Steel Re-Heat Furnaces

Steel slabs, beams, tubes and bars usually need to be re-heated after they have come out of the rolling mill so that they can pass through the final stage of processing. This final processing may be finish rolling or annealing to complete the processing of the product to meet the required specification. A re-heat furnace is used in these cases to raise the steel temperature to around 1200 degrees C (around 2190 degrees Fahrenheit).

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