I-beam rolling process

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I-beam rolling process

EN 10025-2 is European standard, EN 10025-2 Carbon Steel is a steel alloy where carbon is the main alloying element.

Carbon steel can be grouped into 3 categories: Low Carbon Steel (also known as Mild Steel), Medium Carbon Steel and High Carbon Steel.

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The following is a brief introduction to the rolling process of I-beam by BBN Steel Co., Ltd.:

I-beam is a kind of steel used in the construction of beams or columns used in civil engineering. I-beam has the advantages of strong bending resistance, simple construction, saving old capital and light structural weight in all directions. I-beam has been commonly used

I-beam rolling process the rolling of strip steel is very simple to understand. The simple way is to roll the left and right rolls I-beam is the same as its name. I-beam is like an H letter.

How to produce complicated steel? This requires a special rolling technique, which we call pass rolling

How is I-beam rolled?
Rough billets and square billets are first rolled into H-shaped billets by a two roll billet opener with a pass.
 
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