Furnace rolls are used to designed to carry the full weight of the processed slab during the manufacturing process. With rolling temperatures of up to 1000C, furnace rolls see one of the harshest environments for any cast steel or alloy fabrication. Rollers also play a key role in shaping metal or transporting metal during the manufacturing process.
Generally furnace rolls are liquid cooled to enable them to operate at high temperature and the surface finish of the rolls is often critical to maintain the surface finish of the material being manufactured. Furnace rolls are commonly used in the steel manufacturing industry to make steel bars and sheets.
VEEM Ltd can supply Timcast “Centri Bar” furnace rolls either “as cast” or fully fabricated with full traceability and NATA certification for mechanical, chemical, and NDT to meet most international standards.
Timcast “Centri Bar” is manufactured in accordance with following accreditations and or registrations where relevant:
- ISO 9001:2008 – quality
- ISO 14001:2004 – environmental
- ABS foundry Approval
- DNV foundry Approval – CU3
- GL foundry and welding approval – CU3
- IRS foundry approval – copper
- RINA approval
- Defence industrial security program Cert AF 7294940
- Lloyd register approvals
NATA registrations for:
- Acoustic and Vibration Measurement
- Chemical Testing
- Non Destructive Testing (Mag, Liq Pen, MP PT &Visual Insp)