Ambe Steels is one of the Nepal's largest steel manufacturing companies and one of the best steel companies in Nepal which was founded in 1982. Ambe Steels is one of the business verticals of Ambe Group. Ambe Steels, a well-known manufacturer of TMT bars in the country of Nepal, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services in the industry. We are devoted to providing consistent quality, regularity in supply, and quantity in manufacturing. Based on our core beliefs, we strive to build long-term relationships with all of our clients and stakeholders. Ambe Steels is also one of the leading producers of steel in Nepal. We have the capacity to produce 1400 metric tons of steels daily. Since its inception, the group, which was founded and envisioned by a strong and the best team of entrepreneurs, has developed steadily.
Ambe Steels Pvt. Ltd. was founded in Lumbini zone, Gonaha VDC, near Bhairahawa city, in September 2009. It was established to produce TMT steel bars and other steel products utilizing German HSE Gmbh Thermex technology.
A common and useful metal, steel is one of the most widely used metals on earth. However, have you ever wondered how it is made?
Three distinct processes — ironmaking, steelmaking, and rolling — are involved in the production of steel (continuous casting processes).
A process of smelting iron ores into hot metal.
Iron and coal must be solidified before they can be used in a blast furnace. Sintering and coking are the processes of solidifying iron and coal, respectively. Blast furnaces, which can reach heights of 100 meters, are used to stack the pretreated iron and coal. Coal is burned in the furnace, resulting in the melting of iron ore into molten iron by 1,200 degrees Celsius of hot air.
A process of removing impurities from hot metal to create crude steel.
In the blast furnace, various impurities are introduced into the molten iron, reducing its strength and durability once it has been hardened into steel. The blast furnace's molten iron is transferred to a converter furnace using a torpedo car.Pure oxygen is added to the converter furnace in order to remove carbon, phosphorous, and sulfur from the molten steel. At this point, the temperature and substance composition have been precisely adjusted to meet the diverse needs of the customers involved.
A process of pressure forming crude steel into various finished products.
Finally, continuous casting is used to turn the steel into a variety of useful products. Steel can be given a variety of treatments during the rolling process, allowing for a wide range of applications.