Waste assessment: Identify the different types of metal waste produced. This may include scrap metal, production residue, metal packaging, etc.
Collection: Set up a collection system for scrap iron. This may include specific containers for scrap metal, located at strategic locations in your business or working with specialist waste collection companies.
Sorting: After iron scrap is collected, perform an initial separation to remove non-metal contaminants such as plastic, wood, rubber, etc. Also separate different types of iron scrap, such as pure iron scrap and mixed scrap.
-Scrap Handling: Once the scrap is sorted and prepared, it can be sent to specialized processing equipment, such as a shear or crusher, to reduce it to smaller pieces. This will facilitate the later merging process.
Fusion: The pieces of iron are then melted from recycled waste in a blast furnace or an electric furnace. Smelting turns scrap metal into liquid metal.
Convert it into raw materials such as iron billets Round bars or billets of iron are left to cool and harden in molds. This process results in strong and stable parts.
after that there are final products such as round iron and also known as biton round,
Finishing: Round iron bars or billets may be subjected to additional finishing operations, such as sizing, straightening or polishing, to achieve accurate dimensions and appearance.
Quality Control: Before being marketed, round iron bars or billets may be quality tested to ensure that they meet specified standards for strength, chemical composition and other technical characteristics.
Buildings and Structures: Iron fabrication plants may include administrative buildings, workshops, warehouses, control rooms, and other structures necessary to house employees, equipment, and raw materials. These buildings can be constructed of steel or other suitable materials., robotic welding systems, metal cutting and forming tools, and quality testing instruments. This sophisticated infrastructure empowers our skilled workforce to meet the diverse needs of industries such as automotive, construction, aerospace, and more!
our beginning was humble and it is start with :
Blast Furnaces: Blast furnaces are used to smelt iron ore and produce molten pig iron. They are essential in the iron production process.
Casthouse: A casting hall is used to receive liquid iron from the blast furnaces. The cast iron is then poured into molds to form iron pieces, such as ingots, billets or plates.
Rolling mills: Rolling mills are used to shape and reduce the thickness of iron parts. They can be used to produce steel plates, bars, profiles or other specific shapes.
Expansion of the factory by adding a new furnace,With the expansion, we have significantly increased our production
Design and planning: Hire engineers specializing in the design of industrial furnaces to draw up a detailed plan for the expansion. They will have to take into account the constraints of the available space, the technical requirements of the new furnace and any necessary modifications to the existing infrastructures.
Support infrastructure: The addition of a new furnace may require modifications or improvements to existing infrastructure.
Logistics: Carefully plan the logistics of the expansion.
Training and Qualification of Personnel: Ensure factory personnel are trained and qualified to work with the new oven.
As we look toward the future, we remain dedicated to staying at the forefront of the metal industry. We continually invest in research and development, exploring new materials, technologies, and processes to better serve our customers' evolving needs.
Director of Human Resources
Our team is comprised of highly skilled individuals who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. Each member of our team plays a crucial role in delivering exceptional metal solutions and ensuring the satisfaction of our valued customers.