The Kovohute Pribram nastupnicka, a. s. company is a metallurgical plant which recycles wastes containing lead (in particular lead batteries), produces lead and lead alloys, lead and tin products and recycles wastes containing precious metals and wastes of electric and electronic equipment in operation.
The activity of the company is divided into four areas:
deals with the production and sale of a wide spectrum of products on the basis of lead and tin. The whole assortment, which represents approximately 2,000 items, can be divided into four groups – soft solders, cast alloys, products and semi-products made of lead and air gun ammunitions:
Soft solders (in the form of wire, flux cored wires, bars) lead- free (in compliance with RoHS) and lead. Most solder types are applied in the electronic and electro-technical industries where there are high demands for chemical purity of alloys.
Bearing metals and special alloys (low-fusible alloys, alloys for production of jewellery, alloys for production of ammunition, etc.) metal powders on the basic of lead, tin and their alloys.
Rolled lead and tin semi-products (lead sheets and foils, tin anodes), pressed lead semi-products (wires, profiles, tubes, bars) and cast lead products (various ballasts, seals, lead bricks, etc.).
Air gun pellets: hunting shots, pellets of calibres 4.5 mm and 5.5 mm and lead shots from ø 4.5 up to ø 13.84 mm. Air gun pellets are produced in various modifications and are used for air and gas guns.
purchases and recycles lead wastes and lead alloys, in particular lead batteries. The production assortment of this division represents lead and lead alloys in ingots.
Precious metals division
deals with the purchase of, the ecologically harmless use and recycling of wastes (secondary raw materials) containing precious metals (gold, silver, palladium, platinum, rhodium).
expands the ecological services of the company with the processing of wastes of electric and electronic equipment (WEEE).
the oldest written document with evidence on existence of metallurgical plant
the construction of a new metallurgical plant on the same place, where the old plant was situated as early as in 1632
foundation of a joint stock company Kovohute Pribram, a. s.