Round bars come in various standard sizes, typically ranging from a few millimeters to several inches in diameter. The specific sizes available may vary depending on the material and supplier.
A continuous cast billet is a solid metal form commonly used as a starting material in various manufacturing processes. It is produced through a continuous casting method, which involves the controlled solidification of molten metal into a continuous strand or bar shape. The process begins by pouring the molten metal into a water-cooled mould, typically made of copper or steel, which helps in rapid solidification. As the molten metal enters the mould, it starts to solidify from the outer surface inward. Simultaneously, water is circulated through the mould to extract heat and promote solidification.
Rollers or other mechanisms continuously pull The solidifying strand out of the mould. This continuous casting technique allows for the uninterrupted production of long billets, eliminating the need for individual casting moulds. The resulting billets have a consistent cross-sectional shape with a smooth surface finish. They can be further processed into various shapes and sizes according to the specific requirements of different industries.
Continuous cast billets find wide-ranging applications across various industries due to their favourable properties and versatility. One prominent industry that utilizes continuous cast billets is the automotive industry, where these billets are employed in producing engine components, transmission parts, and chassis components. The construction industry also relies on continuous cast billets for structural applications, such as manufacturing beams, columns, and other load-bearing elements. In manufacturing, continuous cast billets produce machinery and equipment components, including gears, shafts, and valves.
The aerospace industry utilizes these billets to fabricate critical aircraft parts, such as landing gear components and structural elements. Additionally, continuous-cast billets are widely employed in producing pipes, tubes, and fittings for the oil and gas industry. The electrical and electronics industries also rely on continuous cast billets to manufacture conductors, connectors, and various electrical components. The versatility and reliability of continuous-cast billets make them a preferred choice in numerous industries that require high-quality metal components.
|Specification||EN 10272, EN 10088-3 Grade 304/304L, SS 316/316L, 17-4 PH SS, 410 SS, Super Duplex 2507, MP35N®|
|Standard||ASTM, GB, DIN, EN, API, ASME, UNS, AISI, SUS|
|Sizes||3mm to 800mm diameter|
|Length||12 Random Lengths, Long Bars: 15-20 Random Lengths|
|Finish||Bright, Bright Drawn, Polished, Smooth Turned, Cold Drawn Turned, Rough Turned, Centreless Ground, Peeled, Grinding, Annealed, Black|
|Tolerances||H10, H9, K10, K11, K12, H8, K9, H12, H11, H13|
|Surface Finish||NO.1, BA, 1D, NO.3, 2B, 8K, HL, NO.4, 2D|
|Production Method||Rolled / Forged|
|Other available forms||Hollow, Rectangle, Rounds, Channel, Billet, Half-Round, Forging, Rod, Angle, I/H, Triangle, Blocks, Profiles, Threaded, Ingot, Precision-Ground, T-Bar|
|Heat Treatment||Annealed, Solution Annealed, Quenched & Tempered (QT), Double Ageing/Double Tempering|
|Straightness||Up to 0.25 mm/metre TIR (0.0015 inch/feet)|
|Ultrasonic Test||100% tested through Digital Ultrasonic Flaw Detector, as per ASTM A-388, EN 10308 (class 1 to 4), API 6A/ISO 10423:2003-PSL 3, SEP 1920:1984 (class A, B, C), MIL STD 2154|
|Crack Test||Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI)|
|Chamfering||Available in 30° to 60° through fully automatic both-end chamfering machine|
|Products cut include Round bars, flat bars, hex bars, square bars, tubing and hollow bars, Pipe, angles, channels, beams and tees. Thickness range is 1/16″ to 28″ diameter|
Bars Production Cutting
|We can provide production cutting for product diameters up to 4″. We utilize production equipment to achieve these precision cuts with tight tolerances.|
|Products polished included all tubular products, with OD & ID polishing available, round bars, square bars, hex & flat bars, angles, uneven leg angles, beams, and other shapes.|
Continuous Cast Billets in Shaft Making
Continuous Cast Billets in Automobiles
Continuous Cast Billets in Electric Motors & Pumps
Continuous Cast Billets in Railways
Continuous Cast Billets in Mining
Continuous Cast Billets in Miscellaneous Fabrication