Steel is the second largest industry in the world after oil and gas, and steel is used in almost every industry including automotive, housing, packaging and energy. Precision at each stage of the steelmaking process is critical to convert iron ore and scrap into usable finished goods.
IR pyrometers and thermal imaging cameras are used at various points throughout the process to ensure product quality, lower emissions, prevent damage to processing equipment and avoid dangerous equipment failures that jeopardize worker safety. Essential temperature sensing areas are molten pouring streams, ladle shell or torpedo car, continuous caster, spray chamber, cutting operations, rolling mill, and laminar cooling line.
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Helps improve worker safety, protect equipment and maintain product quality with temperature monitoring of molten pouring streams, ladle and torpedo cars, continuous casting and spray chambers.
Temperature measurement and control in sheer cutting operations, hot rolling mills and laminar cooling lines maintains product quality and protects processing equipment.