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The course covers fundamentals, equipment, rolling theory, control, threading, rolls, lubrication, measurement, safety and new technology.
This seminar covers systems and technologies for rolling mills, and more.
The making, shaping, and treating of steel are critical to product design, application, cost and performance.
Improving reliability is essential to assuring manufacturing results at the lowest cost.
This seminar will provide attendees with a broad understanding of the role of pipe and tube in the growing energy markets.
Developed and presented with the talented resources of the Continuous Casting Technology Committee, this informative program targets the heart of steelmaking: the frontline operator.
Optimizing the resource-consuming processes and the environmental control systems that are typically found in steel mills.
Secondary steelmaking refractory maintenance is vital to both productivity and safety in a meltshop and caster. It is important for those involved to have a thorough understanding of the basic concepts of refractory system design.
This course covers safety, the basics of electrical and mechanical features of electric arc furnaces, refractories, and the role of raw materials.
The primary focus is on the process and equipment customarily found within the “rolling mill” building, i.e., reheat furnace, rolling mill and finishing end.
This two-and-a-half-day seminar provides an overview of melting, refining, and solidification in stainless and specialty steel mills and foundries.