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      2018
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    Two High Rolling Mills

    Two High Rolling Mills

    Rolling mills are classified according to the number and arrangement of the rolls.  A two high rolling mill can further be classified as a reversing and a non-reversing mill. All rolling mills have common construction that is independent of the specific type of rolling required: Backup rolls – are intended to provide rigid support required

    • September

      19

      2018
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    What Is A Z-High® Mill?

    What Is A Z-High® Mill?

    Unlike a traditional rolling mill, a Z-High® mill is a 20-high cluster mill configuration that utilizes cascaded supporting rolls to apply force on the small work rolls in the center. This allows the application of a higher roll pressure without bending the work rolls, which would result in poor metal quality. As a result, very hard

    • June

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      2017
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    Four Types of Rolling Mills

    Four Types of Rolling Mills

    In the past two articles we briefly outlined rolling mills, and also expounded on three different types.   In this article, we will finish the series outlining the differences between a four-high rolling mill, cluster rolling mill, continuous mill and a planetary rolling mill. At American Steel, we believe understanding the differences will help our customers

    • June

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      2017
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    Compacting Rolling Mill

    Compacting Rolling Mill

    A compacting rolling mill is used for the purposes of converting powder, or powder like materials into a continuous strip.  Typically, the continuous strip is processed through a sintering furnace prior to being processed into finished productions.  A compacting rolling mill is usually a 2-high mill with configurations of either a horizontal or vertical plane.

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