Air Pollution Control Device for Steel Re-Rolling
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To cater the variegated demands of our clients, we are highly engrossed in providing a wide range of Air Pollution Control Device for Steel Re-Rolling Mills. These mills are designed by our highly skilled professionals using latest techniques and premium quality components. The offered mills are mainly used for air handling applications in various industries. Furthermore, these mills can be checked at various quality parameters by our quality controllers.
About Steel Re-rolling Mill:
Air Pollution Control Device For Steel Re-rolling is a major steel section and bar producing technology used in India and abroad. This technology has contributed significant steel making capacity in secondary steel sector in India.
It has some distinct Advantages:
- Low Project Capital Cost
- Low Fuel Efficiency
- Provides choice to end user with variety of product at lower cost.
- Can be set up near source which saves transportation cost of raw material.
The process in Air Pollution Control Device For Steel Rolling Mills starts with cutting of billets in desired lengths. These are then loaded at pusher platforms from where they are pushed into the furnace. The Furnace may be coal fired, oil fired or even gas fired. In the furnace, billets are heated upto 1200º C and they become red hot for further rolling process which now consists of stage wise rolling of steel. They are transported to rolling stands and rolled into desired shapes. The rolled structure is then cooled and taken to the yard. Flue gases are generated during heating of billets in the furnace. The characteristics and volume of these gases mainly depends upon type of fuel used in the furnace. These flue gases need proper treatment for removal of dust particles/gases before being discharged into the atmosphere.