Tin Processing at the Texas City Smelter
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Since 1969, Gulf Chemical and Metallurgical Company, a Division of Associated Metals and Minerals Corporation, has operated The Texas City Tin Smelter. It has transformed a complex roasting and reverberatory furnace smelting flowsheet1 to a simple flow sheet utilizing a single high speed rotary furnace. The result of this change is a more efficient smelter capable of processing primary and secondary tin bearing feed stock.
KeywordsPyrite Overhead Crane Reverberatory Furnace Texas City Fluosilicic Acid
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