Notable Project: TimkenSteel – Harrison Mill Final Stirrer

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TimkenSteel - Harrison Mill Final Stirrer

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Problem: Caustic flux powder used in the continuous casting process was violently attacking the carbon steel weldment of TimkenSteel’s electromagnetic final stirrer.

Solution: A new weldment of high-grade corrosion-resistant stainless alloy was designed, built and fabricated to stop corrosion. It’s not out the door yet, because we’re storing it for our customer.

For more about Electromagnetic Stirring solutions

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