The existence of old cathode stripping machines in electrowinning vessels, which over time have fallen into obsolescence and lost reliability due to poor maintenance and sustained misuse, has resulted in low cathode production, increasing operational costs. Given this, MIRS has designed, developed, and implemented the Robotic Cathode Stripping Machine application, as an autonomous unit, created to adapt to different operating conditions and quality of the input cathodes, applying different algorithms as recommended by the sensor and the configuration.


  • Extendable as needed
  • Handles KIDD and ISA plates
  • Lower maintenance costs
  • Greater versatility
  • Improves final product quality


Cathode Stripping Machine