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Harima (ISF) zinc smelter

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29 November 2018

Harima (ISF) zinc smelter

Report summary

The Harima smelter in Japan uses the Imperial Smelting Process (ISP) to make zinc. A process where the Imperial smelting Furnace (ISF) is the key unit operation simultaneously producing lead and zinc. Harima is one of 2 ISP plants in Japan. The current capacity is 97kt/a slab zinc and there are currently no plans to expand this. The smelter is however unique amongst the ISP plants because it treats solely secondary oxide feed materials. 

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  • Products: Table 2

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