We use in house manufactured MS Billets in our rolling mill rather then inferior alternative ingots which have imperfections and impurities in them which somewhat effects the durability and other properties of the manufactured steel.
The wirerod mill section is wholly automated with no operator on the floor. However, maintenance of the mill and quality assurance requires persons on the floor from time to time.
Billet’s are heated to about 1200 degree centigrade in a Reheating furnace fueled either by Furnace oil, coal or Gas.
The Process of rolling wirerod is essentially hot deformation of billet in stages.
As a 5.5 mm diameter wirerod has very large area to traverse, ratio of heat loss in the process is rapid and rolling is to be carried out fast. Thus the finishing speed is fairly high compared to the rolling of heavy bars like 10 & 12mm diameter reinforcement rods.
The hot rolling processing involves passing the hot bar through the grooves of the rotating paired rolls in a predetermined sequence, it involves “3 roughing, 4 intermediate, 2 finishing, and 4 continuous” respectively.
The size & placement of grooves and the speed of rotation, of the rolls are crucial.
When the red hot bar leaves the last rolling stand of paired grooved rollers it has to go through the tension releaser and then it enters into the four stands of no twist block mill.
The wire rods we manufacture have the appropriate chemical composition of mild steel that gives steel its properties and ultimate quality.
We employ the newest technology available in our manufacturing process of Wire rods.
We continuously update our machinery as technology changes keeping us ahead.
We use no twist block mill technology which helps in quality production with:
Smooth surface finish
No variation in dimensions throughout the length of the wire rod
Similar physical properties entire length of wire rod.