Section and billet mills

Section and billet mills

Section and billet mill
Section and billet mills
We design plant and machinery exclusively for you and your products. This includes everything you want – from beams and sections to rails and semi-finished products – down to the very last detail. These plants are perfect for producing e.g. head-hardened rails, which have a very long service life that makes them great for high-load applications.We can supply different types of the section and billet mills.
Plant type
1.Rail mills
Single-purpose rail mills are designed specifically for producing rails for railroads.But it’s also possible to use combined rail and section mills.We developed a universal rolling method.That ensures you can cost-effectively roll rails as well as beams and other sections on the same compact mill.

2.Heavy section mills
Our mill can product diverse products.Extremely versatile, heavy section mills produce not only beams, but also channels, angles, shipbuilding sections, special sections, and sheet piles. Depending on your product range, we design your mill for the size spectrum you want.

3.Medium section mills
Medium section mills are perfect for smaller beams, channels, angles, flats as well as special sections. These mills produce web heights between approx. 100 mm and 600 mm.
4.Billet mills
Do you want to produce semi-finished products such as blooms, billets.Billet mills manufacture high-quality and stainless steel products, e.g. for the automotive industry. You can vary the dimensions of your products from approx. 50 to 350 mm in diameter or edge length.
1.Mill Stands
Our mill stands ensure you can produce sections more cost effectively than ever before. Plus, you achieve better product quality, lower total investment, and cheaper operation due to lower roll costs.
Our straighteners are ideal in medium and heavy section mills. They come with many benefits and technologies for you.Automated straightening roller changing with fewer personnel.Higher product quality and better residual stress behavior.

  • High mill availability coupled with high productivity and high yields.
  • Meeting the need of low maintenance.
  • Meeting the need of lower energy consumption.
  • Close dimensional tolerances.
  • No variation in dimensions throughout the length.
  • Uniform physical properties.