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TMT steel bar is a newer variety of steel for construction purpose. Earlier people have been using TOR Steel for concrete reinforcement. The ribs are uniform and concrete due to cutting by automated machines. Thus the bond strength is 100-200% higher than the M.S plain bars and convectional CTD bars.


Pig Iron is the intermediate product of smelting iron ore with coke and resin. Pig iron has a very high carbon content, typically 3.5 - 4.5%, which makes it very brittle and not useful directly as a material except for limited applications. The traditional shape of the molds used for these ingots was a branching structure formed in sand, with many individual ingots at right angles to a central channel or runner.


Silico Manganese in an addition which is used for the manufacture of Mild Steel Ingots in secondary Iron & steel manufacturing units. It consists of Ferro Silicon and Ferro Manganese in which percentage of above two varies between 70 to 75 and 12 to 15. In mid nineties both Ferro Silicon & Ferro manganese Were used separately, but after a chemical revolution between 1984 to 1994 a mixed and economically viable namely Silico Manganese came to existence which changed the manufacturing scenario in Iron & Steel. The industrialist all over the world of secondary Iron & Steel began to use it. There are so many units which are manufacturing Silico Manganese because this is a low cost substitude of Ferro manganese & Ferro Silicon.


Wire rod is a rolled alloy or non alloy steel product, produced from a semi (e.g. bloom) and having a round, rectangular or other cross-section. Particularly fine cross-sections may be achieved by subsequent cold forming. Wire rod is wound into coils and transported in this form. Wire rod is used for many different products. Depending upon how it is cold formed and heat treated, wire is used, for example, to produce not only wire ropes, barbed wire, wire mesh and nails, but also springs, welded wire mesh and reinforcement wire.

The production of iron by humans began probably sometime after 2000 BC in south-west or south-central Asia, perhaps in the Caucasus region. Thus began the Iron Age, when iron replaced bronze in implements and weapons. This shift occurred because iron, when alloyed with a bit of carbon, is harder more