The FINEX Process
Laser Beam Welding: Part 1
Vacuum Distillation Refining: Part 2
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Total Materia has allowed us to solve in a definite way all problems we had for the search of alternate materials in foreign countries. Thanks to Total Materia we have issued real "international" specs for purchase of steels in foreign countries.
Total Materia remains the only tool which will be used for this purpose.
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The FINEX process, developed by Siemens VAI and POSCO is an innovative methodology in which molten iron is produced directly using iron ore fines and non-coking coal.
Laser beam welding effectively uses energy from the laser beam itself to melt and join the same metals and also dissimilar metals to one another.
One of the main advantages of the Vacuum Distillation Refining is that it efficiently and effectively removes impurities such as Sb, Bi, Al, Au, Ag, Cu, Si and Fe.
Since its development and subsequent launch in the 1930’s Direct Chill Casting has become the most widely used semi-continuous casting process for the production of non-ferrous billets and ingots.