The first step of shaping semi finished product (a square billet in our case) to its initial form is called hot rolled production. The billet is usually produced by either blast furnace or electric arc furnace method. Depending on the size and the length of finished product, the square billet is first cut to calculated lengths before feeding them into reheating furnace. The steel grade and the size of billet determine the temperature and heating period inside the furnace.
Once the billet comes out from the furnace, it passes through descaler which essentially removes sclaes formed on the billet during reheating process. Following this step, the billet successively passes through number of rolling mills until it gets its final size. The finished product is then cut to length before packaging.
- REHEATING FURNACE
- ROLLING MILL
At our rolling mill, we are able to produce round, square, flat and hexagonal bars in both mm and inch sizes. Depending on producibility, we are also able to offer non standard sizes. Additionally, as a heat treatment facility, we can carry out soft annealing and stress relieving on both hot rolled bar and wire rod products at our factory. Our products are suitable for machining and forging applications.
|Hot Rolled Production Size Range
Quality standard: EN, DIN, SAE, BS and depending on customer request.