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1. MELTING & REFINING

The raw material for our steel bars is processed in our in-house induction furnaces. Once the raw material has been melted inside the furnace, the molten metal is separated from the slag.

2. CONTINUOUS CASTING

Molten metal from the ladle refining furnace is poured into a nearby tundish, which then pours the liquid into a mold located underneath. This process is used to cast a predetermined length of metal, transforming the molten metal mix into a solidified form. New molten metal is continuously supplied to the mold at a precise rate to keep up with the solidifying process.

3. SECONDARY COOLING & HOT CHARGING

Once the solidifying billets exit the continuous casting machine, they enter a secondary cooling chamber. Here, the semi-finished billets are sprayed with water to achieve complete solidification. This process is important for maintaining the shape of the solidified billets, improving their quality in the long run.

4. ROLLING MILL

The recrystallized metal billets are transported to a cutting-edge rolling mill using conveyors. Here, they are processed using the internationally accepted roll pass design, which makes for higher strength and elongation. This fully automatic process ensures a greater degree of uniformity throughout the length of each bar.

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