SCRAP PROCESSING UNIT
Scrap metal processing facility means a facility at which machinery or equipment, or both, are used for the processing and manufacturing of iron, steel or nonferrous metallic scrap into prepared grades and whose principal product is scrap iron, scrap steel or ferrous scrap for resmelting purposes.
Metal melting furnace means a cupola, electric arc furnace, or electric induction furnace that converts scrap, foundry returns, and/or other solid forms of iron and/or steel to a liquid state.
In continuous casting, metal is continually poured from a large, replenishable melt reservoir into an open, chilled mold, where it solidifies.
BILLET CUTTING & GRINDING
Billet shearing is a chipless production process of raw parts for bulk metal-forming operations by cutting semifinished products as bars and wires into billets. Process.
HOT ROLLING MILL
Hot rolling is a metalworking process in which metal is heated above the recrystallization temperature to plastically deform it in the working or rolling operation.
Heat treatment is the process of heating metal without letting it reach its molten, or melting, stage, and then cooling the metal in a controlled way to select desired mechanical properties.
The elimination or reduction of unnecessary curvatures in metal items by the application of external forces.
A platform scale that stands flush with a road and is used for weighing trucks, etc.