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Anglefort

History of Anglefort

Anglefort factory was built in 1964 by Nobel Bozel. At its origins Ferrosilicon alloys where produce, but after 1977 it turned to produce Silicon Metal through carbothermal reduction.

Plant Facilities

  • Two 33 MW furnaces, equipped with compound electrodes for the Silicon and independent treatment filters
  • One crushing-screening line for metallurgical and chemical Silicon
  • One crushing-sifting installations for Silicon dust
  • Four installations for densifying the Microsilica

Location

The factory is situated in Anglefort, in the valley of the Rhône, province of l’Ain (France).

It is at a distance of 50 km from Chambéry and Geneva, in the foothills of the Alps.

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