Continuous Casting of Steel
The company designs and manufactures the continuous casting systems and equipments for the steel plants. Continuous casting, also called strand casting, is the process whereby molten metal is solidified into a “semi-finished” billet, bloom, or slab for subsequent rolling in the finishing mills. Prior to the introduction of continuous casting in the 1950s, steel was poured into stationary moulds to form ingots. Since then, “continuous casting” has evolved from a batch process into a sophisticated continuous process. This transformation has occurred through understanding principles of mechanical design, heat-transfer, metallurgical properties and stress-strain relationships, to produce a product with excellent shape and quality. In recent years, the process has been optimized through careful integration of electro-mechanical sensors, computer-control, and production planning to provide a highly-automated system designed for the new millennium. It allows lower-cost production of metal sections with better quality, due to the inherently lower costs of continuous, standardised production of a product. This process is used most frequently to cast steel.

This unit, established in 1989, enjoys confidence and goodwill of many customers. There are quite a few reputed manufacturers, who are regularly utilizing our services for many years, due to reasonable cost and timely deliveries. It is through dedicated mind, best engineering processing, and finest work-manship, we have been able to develop import substitute items for some of our valued customers. With the intention of becoming self certified supplier, we have recently introduced JIT systems.

Seize and create market opportunities to emerge as a leading steel equipment producer.
Improve employees working environment, motivation and quality of life.
Enhance quality and reduce cost through continuous technical innovation.
Optimize the potential of workforce and create future leaders.
Divest, merge and acquire new opportunities to fuel group growth.
Ensure safety and sustainability of the environment.
Integrated quality control systems at all units ensure procurement inspection starting from vendor assessment and testing of all incoming products used for production. Systematic, stage wise inspection runs right through the process lines up to finishing, weighing, painting, picking, marking and container tracking.

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