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                  The Process - Silver Refining

                  The refinery receives the 98%+ silver doré bars from the cupel, and utilises a number of moebius cells to convert the doré to 99.99% silver.

                  The cells contain titanium mesh baskets, which act as the anode, into which the bars are placed. The baskets are submersed in an acidified silver nitrate electrolyte. A dc current is applied which causes the silver ions to migrate and deposit as crystals of silver on the cathodes.

                  The crystals are detached from the cathode by periodic automatic mechanical scraping, removed from the cells and are then washed in de-ionised water and dried.

                  Gold and platinum group metals in the form of anode slimes, are collected in fabric bags, and these are dried, milled and sampled and subsequently refined in a separate process.

                  The silver crystals are melted and cast into 1000 troy ounce 99.9% silver 'Good Delivery' bars.

                  See Schematic Process Flow Chart

                  Electrolytically refined silver crystal.Moebius Electrolytic silver refining cells.Casting JBR 1000 ounce Good Delivery 999 Silver bars.

                  Precious Metal Recovery and Refining including Silver, Gold, Platinum & Palladium Refining

                  About Us | Materials | Environment | Policies & Procedures | Responsible Sourcing | Links | Metal Prices | Site Map | Disclaimer & Copyright | Contact Us
                  The Process: Goods Received | Sampling & Assaying | Incineration | Cupellation | Silver Refining | Schematic

                  Registered Office Address: Argentor House, Oldbury Rd, West Bromwich, B70 9BS, United Kingdom
                  Company Registration No: 2623872 | Place of Registration: England & Wales | JBR Vat No: GB 876 3279 80
                  Websites Service Provider: Unit 18-19, Ryan House, Aviation Way, Southend-on-Sea, Essex. SS2 6UN
                  Service Provider email: info@sprintintegration.co.uk

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