Bridgeport

HISTORY

The 40mw #5 furnace’s first tap of the Tennessee Alloys Company in Bridgeport was in April 14, 1977. Originally designed for 50% ferrosilicon the market conditions changed in 1988 with the transition to mainly 75% production. Globe Specialty Metals purchased Core Metals Group on April 1, 2010 of which Tennessee Alloys Company is a major part.

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Bridgeport-Ferroglobe

PLANT FACILITIES

  • One 40mw submerged arc Demag design soderberg furnace
  • One American Air Filter positive pressure baghouse with associated equipment
  • One silica fume handling and storage system
  • Two crushing and sizing systems

LOCATION

Tennessee Alloys Company is located in the Northeast corner of Jackson County in Bridgeport, Alabama within eye sight of the Tennessee River.

 DOCUMENTS

RELATED PRODUCTS

Ferrosilicon
Silica Fume

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