The shape of the Tundish is typically rectangular, but delta and "T" shapes are also common. Nozzles are located along its bottom to distribute liquid steel to the molds. The Tundish also serves several other key functions:
• Provides a continuous flow of liquid steel to the mold during ladle exchanges
• Maintains a steady metal height above the nozzles to the molds, thereby keeping steel flow constant and hence casting speed constant as well.
• Provides more stable stream patterns to the mold(s)
A Ladle is a vessel used to transport and pour out molten metals. It is used in steel mills. It comes with brick lining. We provide various ranges of ladles with different types. We manufacture as upon clients specific requirement.
S. S. & M. S. TANKS WITH LINNING
We provide various sizes of Mild Steel and Stainless Steel Tanks with rubber lining for chemical plants. These tanks also can be used as a container of water, pulp etc.
Reel Kicker is one of the paper reels handling equipment. It is an automatic process to move the paper reel to the destined place. It consists of a pneumatic cylinder and a kicker frame. It is mainly used in Paper Industry.
EXPANSION JOINTS METALIC
Metallic Expansion joints are compensating elements for thermal expansion and relative movement in pipelines, containers and machines. They consist of one or more metal bellows, connectors at both ends, and tie rods that depend on the application. They are differentiated according to the three basic types of movement: axial, angular and lateral expansion joints.
EXPANSION JOINTS NON - METALIC
Pipe expansion joints are necessary in systems that convey high temperature substances such as steam or exhaust gases, or to absorb movement and vibration. A typical joint is a bellows of metal (most commonly stainless steel), plastic (such as PTFE), fabric (such as glass fiber) or an elastomeric such as rubber. A bellows is made up of a series of convolutions, with the shape of the convolution designed to withstand the internal pressures of the pipe, but flexible enough to accept axial, lateral, and angular deflections.