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Introducing itself as one of the pioneers, Minex organization is based in India. Minex is an ISO 9001-2008 certified company serving Aluminum, Iron & Steel Industries & Non-Ferrous Industries for 30 years. The company is in operation since 1984 and has 3 operating plants in Central India, in the vicinity of Nagpur. In the past decade, Minex has emerged as a benchmark in providing total alloying solutions making it a $100 million company. The following products are regularly being used by reputed foundry industries:

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In the field of Cored Wire Feeder and Cored Wire, Minex is pioneer in this part of the world, having introduced this technology during the Eighties, initially with Wire Feeder and Metallurgical Cored Wires.

Minex has installed, provided technological support and evolved Wire Injection System since 1988 and so far over 400 Minex Installations are in operation within India and other south Asian countries for various ladle size from 1 MT to 300 MT, with single-strand Wire Injection to Four Strand Wire Injection. The Cored Wires are being manufactured with either Horizontal or Vertical Flipping and shrink wrapped and palletized as sea-worthy packing. Since 2001, Minex…...

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