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2011-02-10 14:22:00

CANTON, Ohio, Feb. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Republic Engineered Products, Inc., the nation's leading producer of special bar quality (SBQ) steel, today announced the new $20 million precision sizing mill and related equipment at its rolling operation in Blasdell (Lackawanna), N.Y., is fully operational. Republic also has begun using additional capacity at its Canton FlexCast Facility to produce 9.75" X 7.50" blooms. The company anticipates the new mill and additional bloom capacity will...

2010-04-20 07:00:00

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., April 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Over the past five years, major breakthroughs in Hot Mill lubrication technology and application methods have helped to reduce the primary carbon footprints of steel mills. Quaker Chemical (NYSE: KWR) -- a global leader in process chemicals -- recently conducted studies on roll bite lubrication in hot strip mills which demonstrated how today's "greener" formulation techniques can reduce the carbon footprint of a mill. In addition to...

2009-09-15 10:25:10

TECNALIA Technological Corporation is developing an innovative application for the automatic inspection of hot steel surfaces, based on Machine Vision technologies that enhance quality control in hot rolling mill processes. The Infotech Unit at TECNALIA have received various queries from different parts of the world (England, Iran, amongst others) about the HoTubEye project. This is a surface inspection of hot steel project developed for the Tubos Reunidos S.A. company which has sparked great...


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