Depending on the converter that you use please make a selection below:
The teniente converter is a horizontal steel barrel with submerged tuyere. This kind of primary smelting is basically used to produce blister copper or high grade matte in a continuous process combined with optimized energy balance.
Dalmia-OCL’s direct bonded Magnesia Chrome bricks are highly resistant to corrosion and infiltration caused by untreated flux.
In this horizontal converter, blister copper is produced. As it undergoes different thermo-mechanical and pyrochemical stresses, refractories used here need to have high resistance to liquid infiltration and hot erosion.
Dalmia-OCL’s Magnesia Chrome bricks are highly resistant to liquid infiltration and hot erosion in the tuyere zone caused by high bath agitation.
This converter operates in inclined position, which rotates about its horizontal axis for treatment of copper smelter anode slimes to recover precious metal content.
These direct bonded Mag-Chrome bricks are excellent resistance to heavy erosion .
In this converter, copper matte and the limestone are reacted with oxygen enriched air to form blister copper and then separated from the slag by difference in specific gravity.
Direct bonded Magnesia Chrome bricks from Dalmia-OCL are highly resistant to heavy erosion.
In this furnace, blister copper is produced from matte, a process similar to the flash smelter process. In the flash converter, lime is also used to form calcium ferrite slag with high copper oxide.
Dalmia-OCL’s Magnesia Chrome bricks are highly resistant to pyrochemical stresses caused by fayalatic slag and matte infiltration in the settler.