• PAMP refines silver-based materials from mines, the silverware industry and various other industrial sectors, as well as silver recovered during the refining of gold-based materials
  • After the fine metal content has been determined, the material is converted into anodes that are then positioned in electrolytic cells where the silver is separated from other elements
  • The electrolytic treatment results in the deposit of silver crystals in purities ranging between 99,99% and 99,999%. Once the silver's degree of purity has been accurately determined, the sponge is washed, dried and then transformed into a variety of products, including grain, bars strips, rods, wire or other forms that our clients may request