Continuous Cast Billets

Continuous Casting is the process whereby molten steel is solidified into a “semi-finished” billet, bloom, or slab for subsequent rolling in the finishing mills. Prior to the introduction of Continuous Casting in the 1950s, steel was poured into stationary molds to form “ingots”. Since then, “continuous casting” has evolved to achieve improved yield, quality, productivity and cost efficiency.

Supply conditions of Continuous Cast Billets :

  • Saw end cuts
  • Spot grinded and fully grinded condition
  • Spot grinded or fully grinded condition as per request
  • Suitable for Re-rolling, Ring-rolling, Forging, and Up-setting
  • Marked with heat number, weight, size, and grade
  • Free from radioactive elements & mercury, lead contamination

Continuous Cast Billets Specifications

Sizes 100×100, 120×120, 140×140, 160×160, 200×200, 220×250 mm
4×4″, 4.75×4.75″, 5.5×5.5″, 6.25×6.25″, 8×8″, 8.5×10″
Length 2 metres – 6 metres ( 8 feet to 20 feet)
Straightness 8 mm/meter max
Surface Finish As Cast Condition (Black Surface) in spot or fully ground condition

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