Evicor AG exports a variety of non-ferrous metals such as copper, zinc, lead, titanium, and nickel concentrates.
We export copper concentrate, which is a raw material for all copper smelters to produce anode or blister copper. Copper is used for its high electrical and thermal conductivity and resistance to corrosion.
We offer zinc and lead concentrates, which serve as feedstock for zinc and lead smelters. Zinc is used mostly for galvanising steel to protect it from corrosion and rust. Lead is commonly used in automotive batteries, radiation and corrosive liquid protection, pigments, and as a solder in electronics.
Our fuel supplier company exports titanium mineral concentrates such as ilmenite and rutile. Ilmenite is mostly used as a fluxing agent in blast furnaces, while rutile is used in fiberglass or as a coating on welding rods. Both rutile and ilmenite are used to produce titanium for further use in the aerospace industry and motor vehicles due to its low density, high strength, and outstanding corrosion resistance.
We also export nickel concentrates, which are used for the production of stainless steel and as a component in nickel-cadmium batteries.