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Tenova technology chosen by NLMK Ural

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Tenova, a Technit Group company which specialises in solutions for the metals and mining industries, has recently been awarded a contract for Tenova’s Industry 4.0 technology system, iEAF® (Intelligent Electric Arc Furnace) by NLMK Ural, the core company within NLMK Long Products Division controlled by NLMK Long, for its plant in Revda, Russia.

The system, which will be installed on the existing EAF at the NLMK plant, is an advanced modular technology for the optimisation of the melting process based on real time data, process models and algorithms. This technology enhances EAF melting efficiency, reduces consumption and operative costs and carbon footprint.

Davide Masoero, Area Manager Europe, Melt Shops, said: “The discussion with NLMK was focused on offering economic and technological advantages, and Tenova’s iEAF was recognised as a solution to reduce production cost and to enhance the performance of existing EAF.”

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