Steel Melting Furnace

  • Removes Impurities from the molten metal
  • Produces High Quality Steel
  • Desired quality of steel is achieved

Induction furnace consists of a nonconductive crucible holding the charge of metal to be melted, surrounded by a water cooled coil of copper wire. A powerful alternating current flows through the wire. The furnace lining is made of up of silica to withstand the slag condition of mild steel or any plain carbon steel that is acidic in nature. After melting, the furnace is tilted to remove slag and other impurities that come to the surface of molten metal.