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Through the use of electromagnetic stirring, an electrically conducting metal bath and the magnetic field from a static induction coil combine to provide a high level of stirring efficiency.
The outcomes of EMS can offer significant benefits like fewer final product faults, higher manufacturing yields, quick start-up, and quick financial return from improved efficiency.
In the continuous casting process, electromagnetic stirrers are utilised to increase steel production and improve product quality. mold, strand, and final stirrers are the three categories that stirrers fall under based on their location along the casting strand and metallurgical consequences.
The Global Electromagnetic stirrer Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
In order to help steelmakers overcome the tundish vessel’s restricted capacity to manage the flow of molten metal and, consequently, the quality and temperature of the steel, ABB has developed an electromagnetic stirring solution that is specifically geared toward the tundish.
It produces an electromagnetic field that stirs the bath melt by using non-contact electromagnetic stirring technology.
The NS In-mold Electromagnetic Stirrer uses an electromagnetic force to stir and regulate the flow of the molten steel inside the mould in order to remove inclusions from the surface of the steel. This makes it possible to produce slabs of excellent quality.
By reducing breakouts brought on by longitudinal cracks by homogeneity of the shell thickness in the early phases of solidification, it is also beneficial in permitting steady operations.
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