Steel Production and Steel Processing

Modern lightweight components and the higher stress of components require the manufacturing and processing of new steel alloys. Such treatment processes involve significant thermal sequences. Anyone controlling these sequences directly in the production process secures a decisive competitive edge. For by using thermography, you improve your quality assurance and minimize production losses during production of high-grade steels at the same time.

Thermographic Automation Solutions by InfraTec

Protective housing for thermal camera
Automatic Slag Detection – SLAG-DETECT

Automatic Slag Detection – SLAG-DETECT

Use infrared technology for quality assurance and for increasing the material yield during steel production in BOF and EAF processes.

Torpedo Hot Spot Detection
Torpedo Car Monitoring – THSD

Torpedo Car Monitoring – THSD

Automatically test the outer shell of torpedo cars by means of thermography and thereby prevent downtimes and damage. 

Ladle Hot Spot Detection by InfraTec - Picture Credits: © / kot63
Ladle monitoring – LHSD

Ladle monitoring – LHSD

Monitor the surface temperature of ladles in motion contactless with up to 5 thermographic cameras.

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InfraTec infrared LLC
Plano, TX 75024 Los Angeles, CAUSA

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Los Angeles, CA - Sales Office
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Steel Production: Benefits of Using Thermography

  • Permanent monitoring and process control
  • Savings in maintenance thanks to low-maintenance operation of infrared measurement and monitoring systems
  • Longer service life of equipment (e.g. ladles, torpedo cars)
  • Maintenance-free continuous operation thanks to special stainless steel camera housing
  • Use even in adverse industrial environments
  • Provision of alarm and process data via web interface in the company network
  • Increase in production safety and avoidance of accidents with at least serious consequences for employees, equipment and production operations (e.g. in the event of ladle breakages)