Forging ingot - Definition and its application areas:

The forging ingot is an ingot that is processed in a smithy by shaping and pressing the material. The precision of the forging ingot in terms of material composition, size and weight lays the foundation for smithery. Therefore, in the production of forging ingots, equal focus is placed on the selection, purity and quality of the material.

Range of services - Bloom and forging ingot

The bloom and forging ingot are manufactured in a combination of arc furnaces and vacuum systems. The gases released in the smeltery can be removed and guided into the decarburization process. This metallurgic treatment has a crucial impact on the material characteristics. Quality testing is the last station that the forging block runs through in production, before logistics is requested.

High quality plants and processes in forging technology

The highest possible quality is guaranteed through innovative technology and software. Different types of steel are available and used for production depending on the application area and use of the forging ingot. The electric arc furnaces are suitable for batches of up to 9 tons in the ingot casting process. The use of the VOD systems engineering makes it possible to achieve the highest level of purity for the forging ingot.

Forging ingot in precision manufacturing

Forging ingot manufacturing is commissioned by the customer and the customer specifies the desired process and quantity. Standardised weights and dimensions as well as special designs are possible. The highest quality is offered as a result of many years of experience in the treatment technologies of steel and hard metal and the use of the latest technologies. Quality control accompanies all production processes. The manufacturing and testing processes are subject to a standardised structure for consistently sustainable quality in each forging ingot.

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