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MEI Online: Commodities: Metallic Ores: Copper: Latest News: September 16th 2014

 
 

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:: Outotec Delivers Coated Titanium Anodes to Cobre Del Mayo's Copper Tankhouse in Mexico

 

Outotec has agreed with Cobre del Mayo on the delivery of full anode conversion of the Piedras Verdes copper electrowinning plant in Mexico. The delivery will include over 6,000 of the new mixed metal oxide coated titanium anodes. The order value is less than EUR 10 million.

Cobre del Mayo's refinery at Piedras Verdes in Sonora, the heart of Mexico's copper production, produces approximately 30,000 tonnes of copper per annum. Outotec's coated titanium anodes were tested on-site for nine months, and the results verified that Outotec anodes will operate at a significant reduction in energy consumption and provide higher current efficiency than traditional lead anodes. An additional benefit is elimination of lead from the whole electrowinning operation. The end result for Cobre del Mayo is higher quality copper product at lower operating costs.

"This is the fifth copper electrowinning conversion from lead anodes to Outotec Coated Titanium Anodes in the industry. The energy efficiency benefits and lower operating costs of our anodes ensure short payback time for the investment and made it an easy choice for Cobre del Mayo", says Robin Lindahl, head of Outotec's Metals, Energy & Water business area.

Outotec acquired the mixed metal oxide coated titanium anode business of Republic Alternative Technologies Inc. in April 2014. The acquisition complements our offerings for sustainable technologies and life-cycle solutions.

 

 

   

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