Production Facilities

Sintering Furnace

A sintering furnace supplies sinter for the two blast furnaces.

Blast Furnaces

Two blast furnaces use iron ore to convert sinter into molten iron and pig iron for production purposes of the EAFs and converters.

Converters

Two converters convert raw materials including steel scraps, molten iron and pig iron into molten steel and then cast into ordinary steel billets and special steel billets.

Two EAFs, i.e. EAF I and EAF II. The two EAFs convert raw materials, including steel scraps, molten iron and pig iron into molten steel and then cast into ordinary steel billets and special steel billets. The ordinary steel billets are rolled into ordinary steel products of rebars and wire rods. The special steel billets are rolled into special steel products, which include quality carbon structural steel, alloy structural steel and bearing steel.

Electric Arc Furnace

Two EAFs, EAF I and EAF I. The two EAFs convert raw materials, primarily steel scraps, molten iron and pig iron, into molten steel which will then be cast to form steel billets.

Rolling Lines

Two bar rolling lines, Bar I and Bar II. Bar I and Bar II manufacture small to medium-sized steel bars, including rebars, quality carbon structural steel and alloy structural steel.

A large bar rolling line, Bar II. It manufactures large bar of special steel products including quality carbon structural steel, alloy structural steel and bearing steel.

A wire rolling line manufactures steel products in the form of wire rod, which include wire rod, quality carbon structural steel and bearing steel.