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Steel Blooms

Blooms are hot-rolled or forged from an ingot or strand cast. They usually have a square cross section exceeding 36 square inches.

They are mainly used in the manufacture of long products such as structural shapes, structural profiles, building beams, rails and columns.

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Hot Rolled Sheet

Hot Rolled Sheet is rolled on a hot strip mill from slabs. It can be found on the market in coil or sheet form and is further processed into finished products by the manufacturer. Hot rolled coil is typically 2-25mm thick and up to 2, 250mm wide.

Hot Rolled Sheet is produced as a feedstock for cold rolled coil and coated coil, but also for direct use in a variety of industrial applications including steel tubes used in transport, construction, shipbuilding, gas containers, pressure vessels and energy pipelines. Hot rolled sheet with an anti-slip surface and a diamond or teardrop pattern is typically used for stairs, industrial floors and tailboards for goods vehicles.

Hot Rolled Sheet
1) Acc. To ST 37.2 DIN 17100
2) ASTM A36 / ASTM A283 Grade C / ASTM A285 / ST52-3
3) ST 44-2 / ASTM A516 Grade 60/70
Size Range:
For Sheet: 1.2mm - 12 mm - 1 x 2m / 4' x 8' / 1.5 x 3-6m
For Plates: 6mm - 100mm - width 1.5m - 3 Length 6m - 12m

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Cold Rolled Sheet

Flat rolled products for which the required final thickness has been obtained by rolling at room temperature. To meet the various end use requirements, cold-rolled sheet products are metallurgically designed to provide specific attributes such as high formability, deep drawability, high strength, high dent resistance, good magnetic properties, enamelability and paintability.

Cold rolled steel sheet is used in a wide variety of end applications such as appliances refrigerators, washers, dryers and other small appliances, automobiles - exposed as well as unexposed parts - electric motors, and bathtubs.

Cold Rolled Sheets (Annealed / Full Hard)
1) Acc. to JIS G3141 SPCEN / SPCC - SD / EDDQ / DDQ / Equivalent in BS / DIN / EN
2) Commercial quality (both oiled/non-oiled) Annealed or Full Hard
Size Range:
0.3 mm and up

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Tin Plate

Tinplate is cold reduced steel sheet coated with a thin layer of tin. Tin mill products are produced in a variety of types including electrolytic tinplate, electrolytic chromium coated steel and black plate, an uncoated product. It has good corrosion resistance and food compatibility although many products require a thin coating of lacquer to maximise the shelf life of the contents.

Around 90% of tinplate is used in packaging, with food and drinks cans the biggest market, but it is also widely used for other consumer and general packaging, such as aerosols, paints and oils.

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Coated Sheet

Coating steel sheet improves durability and lengthens product life. It is manufactured to meet specific customer requirements for corrosion resistance, strength and formability. Thickness, width, surface quality and surface finish vary greatly.

The most typical applications are for metal roofing and automotive manufacturing

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PPGI is pre-painted galvanised iron, also known as pre-coated steel, coil coated steel, color coated steel etc, typically with a hot dip zinc coated steel substrate.

The term is an extension of GI which is a traditional abbreviation for Galvanised Iron. Today the term GI typically refers to essentially pure zinc (>99%) continuously hot dip coated steel, as opposed to batch dip processes. PPGI refers to factory pre-painted zinc coated steel, where the steel is painted before forming, as opposed to post painting which occurs after forming.

Pre-painted Galvanized Iron (PPGI)
1) As Per ASTM A653, Tolerance as per ASTM A924 / JIS 3302 Z22, colors/coating as required of MIll's Standard as agreed
As per Mill's Standard or agreed mutually.
Size Range
0.30 mm and up

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Reinforcing Bar

Reinforcing bar (or Rebar) is formed from a steel billet, normally having surface deformations for use in reinforcing concrete. The bar can be produced in straight lengths as well as coiled.

Rebar is used in the construction industry to reinforce concrete.

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Merchant Bar

Merchant bar is a range of commodity carbon steel long products including round, square and hexagonal bars, angles, channels and flats. Maximum diameter or width is usually 80-100mm, although flats up to 150mm wide are included. These are a staple item for many steel stockholders, large or small.

Merchant bar is widely used in the manufacture and fabrication of a broad range of engineered products.

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Structural Sections

Heavy or structural sections are steel products such as beams or columns which are usually formed with a specific cross section shape e.g. H, I or U.

Used to build large structures such as multi-storey buildings and bridges.

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Wire Rod

Hot rolled from steel billet, wire rod is delivered as coil, most commonly at 5.5mm dia, but in sizes up to 60mm dia. Close control of final cooling is a critical part of production. The most important characteristic for determining a rod's end use is its drawability; the extent to which the rod's diameter can be reduced during the drawing process.

1) Acc. To ST 37.2/ / ST 44.2 / ST 52.3 to DIN 17100
2) ASTM A36 / JIS G3101 / SS 400 EN
3) D45 2 to D85 2 / 11MN Si6
Size Range:
5.5mm to 16mm
500 kg to 2.0 mt and up

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Engineering Steels

Engineering steels, or special bar quality (SBQ), is used to describe steel long products for more demanding processing or end-use applications than can be met by commodity grades. Products include bright bars, rolled carbon and alloy bars, forged, tool and stainless steels. These are generally machined, forged or cold drawn during subsequent processing.

The main application area is the automotive industry for engine, transmission, steering and suspension components, but engineering steels are also used for a wide range of industrial applications including hand tools, oil & gas exploration and wind turbine components.

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Forging is a metal forming process whereby carbon steel is heated and given a particular shape by the application of a compressive force. Usually the compressive force is in the form of hammer blows using a power hammer or a press. Forging refines the grain structure and improves the physical properties of the metal. With proper design, the grain flow can be oriented in the direction of principal stresses encountered in actual use. This results in a product that is stronger than cast or machined metal parts, more resistant to corrosion and effective at high temperatures.

Forgings are used in a variety of mechanical applications in heavy industries such as mining, construction and oil & gas exploration.

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Seamless Tubes

Seamless tubes are made by rolling a preheated billet between offset rolls to create a tube shell. The tube shell is then elongated in a multi-stand rolling mill (with a mandrel) to achieve the desired wall thickness and a limited range of diameters. Tube diameter can also be achieved with a sizing collar, but for significant diameter changes the tube is reheated and passed through a stretch-reducing mill a multi-stand mill that reduces outside diameter but not wall thickness. The seamless range also includes Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG.)

Boiler tubing, the oil and gas industries and automotive transmission components are typical applications.

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Welded Tubes

Welded tubes are made from hot rolled or cold reduced strip, sheet or plate. Welded tube includes hollow sections, black and galvanised gas/water pipe, scaffolding tube and large diameter pipe. Small and medium diameters are produced in continuous, multiple-roll mills that progressively bend incoming, unheated strip into a circular cross-section prior to welding along the longitudinal seam. Tube may subsequently be cold-drawn through dies to achieve precise dimensions and finish. Large diameters (400-1, 600mm) are made from discrete plate which is welded in an "O" shape before being mechanically or hydraulically expanded. Spiral welded tube/pipe is available in diameters up to 2, 500mm.

Welded tubes are used in a wide range of general engineering applications as well as in power generation plants, oil refineries, automotive manufacturing and furniture production.

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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is the generic name for a number of different steels used primarily for their resistance to corrosion. The one key element they all share is a minimum percentage of chromium: 10.5%. Although other elements are added to improve corrosion resistance, chromium is always present. The principal grades are austenitic (typically 16-26%Cr, 6-22Ni); ferritic (10.5-28%Cr with no/low Ni); martensitic (higher carbon content than ferritic and typically 12-19%Cr with low/no Ni); and duplex, a dual-phase austenitic/ferritic steel (Cr>21%, Ni

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oal is a family name for a variety of solid organic fuels and refers to a range of combustible sedimentary rock materials spanning a continuous quality range. For convenience, this continuous series is divided into four categories: 1) anthracite, 2) bituminous coal (metallurgical coal), 3) sub-bituminous coal, 4) lignite.

Coal is the primary fuel used by integrated iron and steel producers.

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A solid carbon based product derived from baking bituminous coal at high temperature to remove volatile constituents.

Metallurgical coke ('met coke') is used as the main fuel in the smelting of iron ore in a blast furnace. The quality of coke has a significant influence on furnace productivity and iron production costs.

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Iron Ore

Iron ore is formed of rocks, minerals or meteorites from which metallic iron can be extracted.Typically, the iron is in the form of iron oxide, which varies in colour from dark grey, bright yellow and deep purple to rusty red.Iron ore can have up to 65% ferrous content, but is often lower and needs to be refined before use.

Iron ore is the raw material used to make pig iron, which is one of the main raw materials for making steel. 98% of mined iron ore is used to make steel.

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Pig Iron

A key intermediate material in the integrated (converter-based) steelmaking process, pig iron is the product of smelting iron ore, coke and limestone in a blast furnace.

Pig Iron is used directly in the manufacture of steel. Merchant pig iron is sometimes used as a substitute for scrap in EAF steelmaking, when there is a need to control residuals.

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Ferro Alloys

Alloys of iron with a high proportion of added elements - such as silicon, nickel, chromium, molybdenum, vanadium and manganese - that are used to improve properties in the production of special steels.

As part of the steel production process, ferro-alloys are added to the usual mix of raw materials to alter the chemistry as required for certain specific end uses. The added elements determine whether the steel will end up as paper clips, a car body, the undercarriage of a jumbo jet, or a beam in a high-rise building.

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Steel can be recycled almost indefinitely without losing its properties. Obsolete ferrous scrap is derived from steel-containing goods at the end of their useful lives (e.g.a drinks can, a 15-year-old car, a 50-year-old building). Revert scrap is steel waste produced and recycled within a steelworks. New production scrap is generated when steel is cut and formed during the manufacturing of finished products or components. The scrap is returned to steelworks and foundries.

Ferrous scrap is mainly used in electric arc furnace steelmaking. About 500 million tonnes of scrap are melted each year.

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Manganese is used in steel alloys to increase many favourable characteristics such as strength, hardness and durability. In fact steel cannot be produced without manganese; it is an essential ingredient in the process.

Steel becomes harder when it is alloyed with manganese. It has similar applications when alloyed with aluminium and copper. Hardened steel is important in the manufacture of construction materials like L-beams (24% of manganese consumption), machinery (14% of manganese consumption) and transportation products (13% of manganese consumption).

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Copper Wire

Presently, copper is used in building construction, power generation and transmission, electronic product manufacturing, and the production of industrial machinery and transportation vehicles. Copper wiring and plumbing are integral to the appliances, heating and cooling systems, and telecommunications links used every day in homes and businesses. Copper is an essential component in the motors, wiring, radiators, connectors, brakes, and bearings used in cars and trucks. The average car contains 1.5 kilometers (0.9 mile) of copper wire, and the total amount of copper ranges from 20 kilograms (44 pounds) in small cars to 45 kilograms (99 pounds) in luxury and hybrid vehicles.

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Chrome Ore

Chromium is a metal used to induce hardness, toughness and chemical resistance in steel. The alloy produced is known as "stainless steel." When alloyed with iron and nickel, it produces an alloy known as "nichrome" which is resistant to high temperatures and used to make heating units, ovens and other appliances. Thin coatings of chromium alloys are used as platings on auto parts, appliances and other products. These are given the name "chrome plated." It is also used to make superalloys that can perform well in the hot, corrosive, and high-stress environment of jet engines

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Agricultural Loader

A multipurpose rugged and powerful machine which can be quickly attached/detached to the front of Massey Ferguson
Tractors for handling/loading stone/brick crush, garbage, sand, grains, wood loge etc. into a truck or trailer.

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Disc Plough

Used for deep ploughing in root-infested, sticky, stony, and hard soils. Mixes remains of crops and weeds throughout the depth of ploughing, hence ideal for rain-fed areas for checking soil erosion by water and wind.
Spring loaded floating rear furrow wheel controls the side draft to ensure straight work and ease of handling by smaller tractor.
Re-greasable Taper Roller Bearings in disc hubs. angle adjustable to vary the penetration with varying soil conditions.
Cat I & II linkage.
Disc Scrapers are adjustable to ensure that the Discs remain clean in all conditions.

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Farm Trailer

Farm trailer provides cost effective means of farm transportation.
All steel body Robust construction trailers provide a selection of sizes from 3.5-12 Tons.

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Used for making ridges for planting tobacco, potato and other vegetables. The ridger is fully adjustable for giving different accurate row widths.
To obtain the correct ridge profile and retain soil flow, the high grade mould boards are adjustable.
The ridger can also be used for earthing up the crops sown in rows.

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An articulated bus (either a motor bus or trolleybus) is an articulated vehicle used in public transportation. It is usually a single-deck design, and comprises two rigid sections linked by a pivoting joint.

Used almost exclusively on public transport bus services, articulated buses are approximately 18 metres (59 ft) in length; standard rigid-construction buses are usually 11 to 14 metres (36 to 46 ft).

-Bi-Articulated (two trailer sections provide more passenger capacity)

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Mobile Crane

A mobile crane is "a cable-controlled crane mounted on crawlers or rubber-tired carriers" or "a hydraulic-powered crane with a telescoping boom mounted on truck-type carriers or as self-propelled models. They are designed to easily transport to a site and use with different types of load and cargo with little or no setup or assembly.

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Excavators are heavy construction equipment consisting of a boom, stick, bucket and cab on a rotating platform (known as the "house"). The house sits atop an undercarriage with tracks or wheels. A cable-operated excavator uses winches and steel ropes to accomplish the movements. They are a natural progression from the steam shovels and often called power shovels.

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Back Hoe

A backhoe, also called a rear actor or back actor, is a piece of excavating equipment or digger consisting of a digging bucket on the end of a two-part articulated arm. They are typically mounted on the back of a tractor or front loader. The section of the arm closest to the vehicle is known as the boom, and the section which carries the bucket is known as the dipper or dipper-stick (the terms "boom" and "dipper" having been used previously on steam shovels). The boom is generally attached to the vehicle through a pivot known as the king-post, which allows the arm to slew left and right, usually through a total of around 200 degrees. However, in "360 excavators" it is attached to a turntable, allowing continuous revolution. Modern backhoes are powered by hydraulics.

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Boom Truck

A bucket boom truck, sometimes called a cherry picker, is a vehicle with an extendable boom mounted to the bed or roof. A bucket boom may be used to lift workers to the top of a phone or electrical pole, or to a high roofline. Also known as an aerial boom truck, these trucks are a fairly common sight around town. Bucket boom vehicles typically have a lifting capacity of some 350 pounds (158.76 kg) to 1500 pounds (680.39 kg), and may extend the bucket up to 34 feet (10.36 m) in the air.

Larger vehicles, construction boom trucks, or heavy equipment boom trucks, may have a crane at the rear of the truck thats used to lift heavy items onto the truck bed. These cranes may be short and compact, called a knuckle boom, or the boom crane may extend the length of the truck bed, which is a trolley boom. Crane boom trucks have a lifting capacity of 10 tons (9.07 metric tons), to approximately 50 tons (45.36 metric tons) for some of the larger vehicles.

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A loader (bucket loader, front loader, front-end loader, payloader, scoop, shovel, skip loader, or wheel loader) is a heavy equipment machine used in construction and sidewalk maintenance to move aside or load materials such as asphalt, demolition debris, dirt, snow, feed, gravel, logs, raw minerals, recycled material, rock, sand, woodchips, etc. into or onto another type of machinery (such as a dump truck, conveyor belt, feed-hopper, or railcar).

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Front Blade

The Power Dozers are designed and built to match the performance of the MT tractors.
They are operated hydraulically by single or twin double acting rams.
The points of attachment of the dozer to the tractor are reduced to an absolute minimum and the mounting brackets, once fitted, can be left in position enabling the sub-frame and blade to be quickly removed and attached.
The blade is fitted with a reversible and replaceable cutting edge of high carbon steel.

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Mould Board Plough

The most important plough for primary tillage in canal irrigated or heavy rain areas where too much weeds grow.
The objectivefor ploughing with a Mould Board is to completely invert and pulverize the soil, up-root all weeds, trash and crop residues and bury them under the soil.
The shape of Mould Board is designed to cut down the soil and invert it to right side completely burying the undesired growth which is subsequently turned into manure after decomposition.

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Offset Disc Harrow

The Offset Disc Harrow has a heavier weight per Disc and thus have the penetration ability to break down large clods normally left after disc ploughing or Chisel Ploughing in hard grounds. It is of robust construction, used as mounted or trailed and ideal for chopping and mixing of stubbles and crop residues in the soils.
The Disc Harrow prepares the seed-bed leaving the soil in granular form which is the most suitable structure for plant growth. It aerates the soil, helps to conserve moisture for longer periods and eradicate weeds.
In sandy loam soils, this implement can also be used as primary tillage implement. The depth of ploughing is regulated simply by manipulating the offset angles of the gauges. By removing simply a pin, the mounted position can be converted into trailed position and vice versa.

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Post Hole Digger

Post Hole Digger is a PTO driven machine that digs holes in rows on equal distances mechanically and economically.
Best suited for tree plantation.
Also can be used for hole making for electric poles and farm hedges.
It can dig about 90 cm deep hole of even diameter in just 30 seconds.
By detaching Augers, it can be used as a small crane.

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Tine Tiller

Ideal for general cultivating, weeding, pasture renovating and preparing seedbeds.
The tiller is available in 4 widths: 9, 11, 13 and 15 tines. The tiller is fully mounted on the tractor by means of Category I or II three point hitch pins.
The spring-loaded tines swing back under break-away pressure of 163 Kg: pass over the obstruction and return to the working position without affecting the working depth of the implement.
The continual flexing action of the tines shatters the soil breaking up the clods.
The tiller is fitted with 51 mm reversible shovels which are designed for deep penetration.
A working depth upto 229 mm is possible in most soils and is simply controlled while sitting on the tractor seat. .

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Jib Crane

There are many jobs around the farm that often involve back breaking work and much effort-jobs like loading and unloading large drums of fuel, feed, seeds, fertilizer bags, building materials, machinery ad similar chores.
The Jib Crane provides the answer to all these problems and they can all be handled with a minimum of effort from the seat of your tractor.
Ruggedly constructed from tubular steel, the crane is capable of lifting a load upto 500 kg. The goose-neck design makes it particularly handy for loading and unloading trucks and trailers.
Used almost daily on any farm.
Simple - one minute attachment
It is recommended that the stabiliser bar chain be used if transporting over rough ground. Height of lift adjustable.

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