AlumoFluor is an inorganic compound in powdered form and is classified as a top – quality product containing min. 96% of active substance.
AlumoFluor is low-density aluminium fluoride. It is produced using hexafluorosilicic acid, the product extracted during phosphoric acid production process, and neutralizing it with aluminium hydroxide.
It is mainly used as a catalyst for the production of primary Aluminium metal.
Aluminium fluoride essentially lowers the melting point of the alumina feed. Together with cryolite, it increases the electrolytes conductivity of the solution, reducing the electric power consumption which leads to the reduction of production costs of aluminium.
Depending on the quality of AIF3 as essential catalyst, the quantity of 10-25kg is required for production of 1Mt of Aluminium.
AlumoFluor is a low-density aluminium fluoride. It is produced druing phosphoric acid production process where hexafluorosilicic acid is subsequently neutralized with aluminium hydroxide.
AlumoFluor is classified as a top – quality product containing min. 96% of active substance.
|Silicium Dioxide (SiO2)||max. 0.2%|
|Free aluminium oxide (Al2O3)||3.0 – 4.0%|
|Iron (III) oxide (Fe2O3)||max. 0.02%|
|Phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5)||max. 0.015%|
|Sulphur trioxide (SO3)||max. 0.05%|
|Loss on ignition (L.O.I.)||max. 1.0%|
|Physical appearance||White crystalline powder, odourless|
|Bulk density||700 – 800 kg/m3|
Not classified as hazardous according to the EU regulations
Bulk, in big bags or in smaller paper bags
Stored indoors in a dry and cool place with ventilation
Not classified as dangerous according to transport regulations
SiO2 < 1.000 ppm
Fe2O3 < 100 ppm
P2O5 < 100 ppm
Environmental Friendly Production
AlumoFluor is manufactured in accordance with the Green Tech principles:
As a raw material, we use a by-product of chemical industry, the reuse of which creates new value and protects the environment
The technology uses electricity produced from CO2 neutral source (Đerdap Hydropower Plant)
LPG energy is also used as one of the cleanest energy sources (liquefied gas)
The production of AlumoFluor officially started in mid-February 2021 .
The state-of-the-art German equipment that meets all the requirements of modern industrial production is used in the production process. The manufacture of AlumoFluor is organised in an upgraded AIF3 plant that used to operate from 1982 to 1999.
- Leading producer in the SE Europe
- Fifty one years of tradition in production of phosphoric acid
- Global footprint, supply more than 70 countries
- Flexibility in satisfying customers’ needs and timely responding to any customers’ requirements.
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