Lamination Furnace for Semi-Finished Silicon Steel Strip
Semi-finished electrical steel requires an annealing process with recrystallizing, decarburizing and blueing. The punched laminations are continuously annealed in a roller hearth furnace or for smaller capacity in a pusher type furnace.
LOI Thermprocess, with its over 40 years of experience, has designed and delivered furnaces for heat-treating of silicate and non-silicate semi-processed laminations.
After punching of the semi-processed motor laminations a final annealing is necessary and typically done in a pusher type or roller hearth furnace. The process in both furnaces is recrystallizing, decarburizing and blueing of the semi-processed motor laminations after the punching (stacking).
Value for Money
- Key technology for the processing of silicon steel
- Highest process accuracy and repeatability guarantees stable magnetic properties
- Worldwide reference installations at nearly all silicon steel producers.
- Fully automated control system
- Various software modules for process optimization
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Processing Lines for Silicon Steel
Annealing and Coating Line (ACL) for Silicon Steel StripNon-grain-oriented strip is annealed in a radiant tube furnace using a continuous process after cold rolling to ensure recrystallization and controlled grain growth. Top-quality steel requires strip temperatures above 1100°C and a very dry atmosphere with a high hydrogen content. This is followed by controlled cooling to obtain an extremely flat strip.
Annealing and Pickling Line (APL) for Silicon Steel StripThe hot rolled strips (NGO and GO) are initially annealed in a continuous process to eliminate brittleness prior to cold rolling and to modify the microstructure. The annealing process is followed by a controlled cooling stage with a cooling rate which may range from 5 to 80 K/s depending on the steel grade required.
Decarburizing and Coating Line (DCL) for Silicon Steel StripCold rolled GO Si steel strip is annealed in a continuous process line for primary recrystallization and decarburization. After the steel strip has passed through the DCL furnace, it is coated with magnesium oxide and then dried.
Flattening and Coating Line (FCL) for Silicon Steel StripFor the final heat treatment process the transformer strip is coated with insulating varnish in an in-line process and then dried in an indirectly heated furnace. The steel strip is heated further in a radiant tube furnace with a controlled atmosphere and then straightened using the integrated hot stretching equipment. This stage is followed by a slow cooling process.