extrusion ingot

extrusion ingot

[ek′strü·zhən ‚iŋ·gət]
(metallurgy)
A cylindrical casting used to form extruded products.
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Norwegian aluminium company Norsk Hydro ASAs fully owned subsidiary, Hydro Aluminium AS, has entered into a sales agreement with Sapa AS, a global provider of downstream aluminium solutions, owned 50 percent by Hydro, to supply extrusion ingot under an open-ended agreement starting in 2017.
The audit however, did identify minor nonconformities, two in the potlines, two in extrusion ingot production, one in raw materials and one in purchasing.
Norsk Hydro purchased the plant, which produces some 75,000 metric tonnes of extrusion ingot, catering mainly to Taiwanese clients, in March 2008.
The project's first extrusion ingot line has been in operation from the beginning of January 2010, and the remaining production lines will be completed and handed over to Qatalum operations in the coming months.
Concentration on the production of two product lines for primary foundry alloys and extrusion ingot will also bring about significant productivity gains.
SCOPE Alloying purchased aluminum metals Aluminum alloys made from scrap or dross Aluminum billet made from purchased aluminum Aluminum billet made in integrated secondary smelting and rolling mills Aluminum extrusion ingot (i.
Hydros aluminium remelting plant there is thoroughly revamped for EUR 15 million and will start recycling used aluminium products, turning them into new extrusion ingot for building and construction.
The new contract expands a previous contract between the parties under which Talum already supplies Hydro Aluminium with 50,000 tonnes of extrusion ingot per year.
The remelter has an annual capacity of about 75,000 metric tons of extrusion ingot, and is mainly serving the Taiwanese market.
In the first stage, to be completed in 2003, the smelter's extrusion ingot casting capacity will be increased to 80,000 tonnes per year, and in a second stage, to be completed some five years later, the capacity will be further increased to 160,000 tonnes per year, Hydro Aluminium said.
The new remelting facility will produce extrusion ingot using aluminium scrap, serving customers and offering conversion service to Hydro's fast growing market for extrusion ingots in Spain and Portugal.