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ANDRITZ METALS

ANDRITZ Metals is one of the leading global suppliers of complete lines for the production and processing of cold-rolled strip made of carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and other non-ferrous metals. The lines comprise equipment for pickling, cold rolling, annealing and heat treatment, surface finishing, strip coating and finishing, punching and deep drawing, and regeneration of pickling acids. The business area also supplies turnkey furnace systems for the steel, copper, and aluminum industries, burners and refractory products, welding systems, as well as comprehensive services for the metal working industry.

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RIZHAO STEEL'S PICKLING AND GALVANIZING LINE

Combining high-efficiency pickling, specific skin passing, and the optimized heat-to-coat treatment within a single process line gives the customer a competitive advantage in terms of investment as well as operational cost and minimized environmental impact.

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SUNDWIG'S UPGRADE OF THE EXISTING ALUMINUM CASTING AND ROLLING LINE

TIA integrates all important automation components in the portal. As a result, everything is universally programmable, from the controllers to the peripheral equipment, the drives and the HMIs, to the safety and motion control and energy management. An overlapping database, libraries with frequently used functions, the use of high-level programming language functions, and the option to use consistent symbolic addressing have simplified and accelerated the engineering process.

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