Home / Metal News / Nickel / The non-ferrous Ni-Fe alloy project in Jing'an, Inner Mongolia has completed an investment of 582 million yuan.
The non-ferrous Ni-Fe alloy project in Jing'an, Inner Mongolia has completed an investment of 582 million yuan.
[inner Mongolia Jing'an Nonferrous Nickel Iron Alloy Project has completed an investment of 582 million yuan] the Inner Mongolia Jing'an Nonferrous Nickel Base Alloy New material Construction Project has a total investment of 15 billion yuan to build 36 fully enclosed submerged arc furnaces. The project plans to complete an investment of 2 billion yuan in 2020 and has completed an investment of 582 million yuan this year.
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM: according to Inner Mongolia news, the construction project of new nonferrous nickel-based alloy materials in Jing'an, Inner Mongolia, has a total investment of 15 billion yuan to build 36 fully enclosed ore reheating furnaces. Including 18 33000KVA Ni-Fe alloy furnaces (annual output is about 1.2 million tons), 12 33000KVA silicon-manganese gold ore furnaces (annual output is about 600000 tons), 6 33000KVA high-carbon ferrochrome gold ore furnaces (annual output about 400000 tons) and corresponding supporting equipment (raw material pretreatment, sintering, pulverized coal injection system, drying system, rotary kiln system); Power supply, distribution and control system; water supply system; compressed air system; nitrogen production system; dedusting system; gas holder and gas power generation system; electrode shell processing and machine repair workshop; slag treatment system and other ancillary facilities).

"Click to understand and sign up: 2020 China Automotive New Materials Application Summit Forum

Scan the QR code above to view the business cards of the participating companies and sign up online

Scan the code and apply to join the SMM Automotive Industry Exchange Group.

Nickel
Nickel Iron
Price
Mining

For queries, please contact Frank LIU at liuxiaolei@smm.cn

For more information on how to access our research reports, please email service.en@smm.cn

Related news