High-strength reinforcement

High-strength reinforcement

Ferrous scrap material is loaded into the DC electric arc furnace and melted. The furnace is tapped. The molten steel is taken to the ladle to be stirred. Then it is poured into the continuous caster where the molten steel solidifies into strands. The strands are cut into billets. The billets are reheated and transferred for processing into the rolling mill. A finished product emerges onto the cooling bed.