More steel with less energyGet the best out of your Electric Arc Furnace with ArcSpec
Control your EAF process with real-time data
Luxmet’s unique EAF control technology will let you see into the light. Gain real-time information and control your electric arc furnace with more accuracy than ever before. Know exactly what is happening inside the electric arc furnace and make better decisions in process control.
More control means more benefits
Real-time measuring of EAF enables a more optimized process. Improved energy efficiency and reduced wear of equipment lead to significant cost savings. In addition, faster tap-to-tap times increase your EAF’s production capacity.
3-8 % Reduction in power consumption
5-8 % Production increase
High return of investment
Typically 3-4 months payback period
Take a step to industry 4.0 with Luxmet's solutions
All of Luxmet's solutions are also offered as full service - risk-free. Gain full control of your EAF process and start saving without making any additional investments.
Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) process control
ArcSpec measures, shows, and analyzes the melting progression of the EAF hot spots and enables the optimal control of electrode power levels and other process variables.
On-line temperature measurement
TempSpec is a real-time on-line temperature measurement system for challenging high-temperature metallurgical processes. Gain more control over your process.
Latest news and articles
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Interested to learn more about the different measuring methods for the Electric Arc Furnace?
We created a guide based on years of research to clarify what are the different methods for measuring the Electric Arc Furnace process and what are they good for.