Difference between bar quenching process and conventional process
The manufacturing process comprises of 5 main stages
The reheating furnace heats the billets up to 1150o Celsius for optimum rolling of the billets into rebars.
The 18 horizontal and vertical rolling stands then roll the square billets into perfect round bars by the end of the last stand, before quenching.
Pomini Quenching System
PLC based Pomini Quenching System douses the bar with controlled water pressures over specified areas. This integral process ensures the best quality of the finished product as quenching causes the atomic structure within the steel bar to re-align for the best ratio of strength and elongation.
The natural air draft cooling bed is the hottest part of the process line where the finished rebar is allowed to attain ambient temperature over time.
Bundling and Binding
Automatic bundling and binding station wraps the bars into finished bundles, ready to be lifted by magnetic crane and onwards to dispatch.