As part of Tata Steel’s plans to clean up its IJmuiden steel plant operations in the Netherlands with hydrogen, Canadian engineering and development firm, Hatch, will provide the engineering for the reducing electric furnace (REF).
H2 View understands Tata Steel has engaged Hatch to develop basic engineering for the direct reduced iron (DRI) reduction smelting complex, which is set to use Hatch’s electric furnace technology, CRISP+.
Additionally, Hatch will design and supply the process equipment within the complex. The scope of the company’s involvement will include feed mixing, hot mix transfer, primary and secondary off-gas systems, electric furnaces, and slag granulation.
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