Cemented Carbide Tools for Hot Rolling
Cemented Carbide Tools for Hot Rolling - SPP CARBIDE Manufacturer
The company has 30 years of experience in the manufacture of hot and cold rolling replacement parts, supplying tungsten carbide, carbide, technical ceramics, hardened steel replacement parts and tooling to renowned Chinese and European steel, wire rod and tube manufacturers.
Rod and Coil Rolling Mill Rolls Rings
Tungsten Carbide Rolls
Wire Guide Wheels
Inlet and outlet wire guides
Cemented Carbide Compoite Roll
Three Carbide Rings
HSS Rolls, etc.
What is hot rolling?
Hot rolling is relative to cold rolling, which is rolling below the recrystallisation temperature, while hot rolling is rolling above the recrystallisation temperature. Simply put, a piece of billet is heated and then rolled through several passes, then trimmed and straightened to become a steel plate, which is called hot rolling. Can significantly reduce energy consumption, reduce costs. Hot rolling when the metal plasticity is high, low deformation resistance, greatly reducing the energy consumption of metal deformation. Hot rolling can improve the processing performance of metals and alloys, that is, the casting state of coarse grains broken, significant crack healing, reducing or eliminating casting defects, the casting organisation into a deformation of the organisation, improve the processing performance of alloys.
The application of tungsten carbide in the field of hot rolling again: hot rolling needs to be operated under extreme high temperature environment, so tungsten carbide and tungsten carbide materials are the first choice for the production of hot rolling and cold rolling replacement parts.
SPP Industry Ltd.
In the 1990s, SPP Industry Ltd was one of the first manufacturers to establish CNC machining in China. The company has now established five major machine parks in China, with significant achievements in the areas of 5-axis machining, precision grinding & honing, gear machining, large parts machining, custom tungsten carbide and new material development respectively.