← All Exhibitors

Hunan RE Technology Co., Ltd.

Hunan RE Technology Co., Ltd. (referred as RE Technology) is an Industry-University-Research cooperative high-tech enterprise relying on Central South University (China), whose Extractive Metallurgy is ranked top of the world. It is a professional furnace supplier and integrated solution provider for comprehensive recycling of non-ferrous metal and secondary resources. The company has a professional research and development team leaded by professors and doctors that can independently solve various problems arising from the harmlessness, resource utilization and high value of heavy metals. It has a team of 135 experts and engineers, whose majors including metallurgy, environmental protection, mechanical, automation, electrical and other professionals. With oxygen-enriched side-blowing furnaces, blast furnaces, vacuum distillation furnaces, converts, rotary furnaces, and other equipment as the core equipment, we are continuously investing in the upgrading of equipment and process to meet client requirements such as metal recovery rate improving, emission control and cost efficiently treating heavy metal hazardous waste. With the trust and support of clients from smelting enterprises to environment protection companies, we have installed more than 20 oxygen-enriched side-blowing furnaces, reaching a total cumulative regenerated capacity of 3 million tons of lead till 2022.


Adhering to the concept of whole process service for metal recycling and harmless disposal, we provide the whole chain of services for our respectable clients covering research, feasibility study, environmental protection evaluation, engineering design, equipment manufacturing, installation, commissioning, training and furnace or factory operation assistance. Fighting with our respectful experts and engineers, we would help to reduce the waste mountains in the world and engaging in sustainable metal recycling with maximum raw material recovery efficiency.

Hunan RE Technology Co., Ltd.

Silver Sponsor