Continuous Billets & Blooms

Billets and blooms in hot rolled finish used pre-dominantly by forging and rolling mill companies

Continuous casting of steel is a process in which liquid steel is continuously solidified into a strand of metal. Depending on the dimensions of the strand, these semi-finished products are called slabs, blooms or billets. It is a feed material for rolling of steel in light section mills, bar mills, and wire rod mills. Steel billets are used in forging of certain products as well as re-rolling, hot forging and ring rolling applications.

Supply conditions

Spot ground or fully ground condition (as per request).
Length up to 9 meters with saw end cuts.
Suitable for forging, re-rolling, ring rolling & up-setting
Marked with heat number, grade, size & weight
Grade confirmation through PMI testing with handheld spectrometer.
Free from radioactive elements, mercury & lead contamination

Applications

Re-rolling, hot forging and ring rolling applications

Size Range

Size Shape Weight (Kg/Mtr)
100 mm X 100 mm Square 75
120 mm x 120 mm Square 112
140 mm x 140 mm Square 152
160 mm x 160 mm Square 200
200 mm x 200 mm Square 312
250 mm Round 380
300 mm Round 560
280mm x 140 mm Rectangular 305
300 mm x 160 mm Rectangular 375
220 mm x 250 mm Rectangular 430
300 mm x 300 mm Square 700
300 mm x 400 mm Rectangular 940