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Outotec’s EOS process selected for next BPSL sinter project in India  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Outotec Oyj (Espoo, Finland; www.outotec.com) has been selected by the Indian Bhushan Power & Steel Ltd. (BPSL) to design and deliver technology for a new iron-ore sintering plant to be built in Rengali in the state of Orissa. The contract value is approximately €20 million. The scope of Outotec’s delivery includes technology, engineering, supplying proprietary equipment and supervisory services for a new sintering facility, which will include Outotec’s innovative Emission Optimized Sintering (EOS) process. Thanks to a partial gas re-circulation system, the process substantially reduces overall emissions and saves energy by post-combusting the re-circulated combustibles such as CO, while retaining high-quality sinter properties. The sintering facility is expected to annually produce 2.45 million metric tons of iron-ore sinter, which is used as raw material in steel production. The project is anticipated to last approximately 30 months.    
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