BHP HBI Port Hedland Project

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BHP HBI Port Hedland Project

The BHP HBI plant is located about 20KM south of the town of Port Hedland in north west Western Australia. The construction of the HBI plant commenced in 1996 and was completed in 1999.

The plant produces a nominal 2 Mtpa of iron briquettes, which can be used as a feed stock for electric arc furnaces in the steel making process.
Amiga Engineering manufactured and supplied: Orifice Flanges, other Various Flanges A105N, LF2 through merchants.

If you would like to find out more on spare parts, replacement parts or new application parts for this project, please feel free to call +61 03 9330 0688 or e-mail sales@amigaeng.com.au

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