REFACTORIES

Refractories are ceramic materials designed to withstand the very high temperatures (in excess of 1,000°F `{`538°C`}`) encountered in modern manufacturing. More heat-resistant than metals, they are used to line the hot surfaces found inside many industrial processes.

SPONGE IRON

Sponge iron is formed through the reduction of iron ore to metallic iron through reaction with carbon in the form of coal, etc. at approx. 1100 degree Celsius. Sponge iron is also referred to as direct reduced iron, metalized iron, or hot briquetted iron.

IRON ORE

Iron ore is a mineral substance which, when heated in the presence of a reductant, will yield metallic iron (Fe). It almost always consists of iron oxides, the primary forms of which are magnetite (Fe3O4) and hematite (Fe2O3). Iron ore is the source of primary iron for the world's iron and steel industries.

H-BEAM

A beam is a structural element that primarily resists loads applied laterally to the beam’s axis. Its mode of deflection is primarily by bending. The loads applied to the beam result in reaction forces at the beam’s support points

STEEL ANGLES

Steel Angles are the most basic type of roll-formed steel. They are formed by bending a single angle in a piece of steel. Angle Steel is ‘L’ shaped; the most common type of Steel Angles are at a 90 degree angle

CHANNELS

The structural channel, also known as a C-beam or Parallel Flange Channel (PFC), is a type of (usually structural steel) beam, used primarily in building construction and civil engineering

REBAR

Rebar is a long steel product used exclusively in civil engineering and building projects to provide tensile strength to concrete. It is typically produced as a deformed round, either in straight lengths or in coil.

WIRES & WIRE ROD

Wire rod is a rolled alloy or nonalloy steel product, produced from a semi (e.g. bloom) and having a round, rectangular or other cross-section

TIN MILL

Widely used by the metal packaging industry for making cans for food, tea, oil, paints, chemicals, aerosol, gifts, printing and other purposes.

COLD ROLLED

Cold rolled steel is rolled at room temperature, below its recrystallization temperature, which enables better control over finished product shape, thickness, dimensions and surface finish.

HOT ROLLED

Steel products processed at temperatures above a material’s recrystallization temperature are hot rolled. Hot rolled steel is malleable at high temperatures, enabling it to be rolled into a variety of shapes.

STEEL SCRAP

Steel scrap consists of discarded steel or steel products, generally segregated by composition and size or ‘grade’ suitable for melting.