Hot Rolling Mill

A hot rolling mill is a machine referring to the pressure shaping of the metals. It is basically an automatic system or cluster of machines to perform both rolling and auxiliary operations including transportation of billets to heating furnaces and mill rolls, rolled material, metal after rolling, and many other functions. The mill rolls out by subjecting the slabs to extremely high temperatures in a heating furnace and high pressures through a successive arrangement of rolls. The types of a hot rolling mill include Φ200-650 hot rolling machine, short-stress rolling mill, etc. Hot rolling mill provides high-accuracy control of thickness, width, shape, and process technology for the water cooling to create ductility and strength, widely used in various applications such as for automobiles, rail cars, and home appliances.