Luxmet is proud to announce a new business partnership with US-based Berry Metal. Berry Metal will offer Luxmet’s patented ArcSpec technology together with their overall offering of EAF solutions to help customers further optimize EAF production in the North American...
Save the date: 14.9.2021 Our head of research Dr. Matti Aula will present in EEC2021 31.8. at 9:10 am with two topics. The first presentation is at 9:40 am: Development of EAF injector and burner control based on on-line optical emission spectroscopy The second...
Save the date: 31.8. at 9:10 am Our head of research Dr. Matti Aula will present in ESTAD2021 31.8. at 9:10 am with the topic “Decreasing EAF electrode wear in stainless steelmaking by controlling the arc exposure” Below is the abstract of the presentation: Dr. Matti...
We are currently looking for a partner in the Russian market. The ideal candidate would have established contacts in the steel-making industry and be familiar with the Electric Arc Furnace steelmaking process. The main tasks of the partner would be to promote, sell...
Running an Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) is a very complicated process. Large production volumes and extreme energy needs will definitely cause some challenges. Especially when raw material used in the process has a lot of unknown variabilities and the visibility...
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