Reheating Course

Course Overview

The reheating course considers the reheating process in cast products and includes practical, operational and theoretical learning, based around lectures & discussion groups, laboratory experiments and a visit to a rolling mill.

Who Should Attend?

The course is aimed at people working in the steel industry, as well as the steel industry supply chain, who will benefit from a broad understanding of the reheating processes. Typical delegates include senior production operators, engineers, manufacturing and operations managers, metallurgists, technical and quality control personnel and health & safety specialists.

Learning Outcomes

  • This course will provide an in-depth knowledge of the reheating processes; particularly demonstrating that the reheating process, if properly managed, maintained and controlled, can increase process efficiency and reduce process costs
  • After the course you will have an excellent understanding of the fundamental science in the reheating process

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Course Programme

Core Programme

  • Furnace specification & design
  • Furnace efficiency
  • Burners and recuperation
  • Heart balance and furnace efficiency
  • Measurement & control
  • Computer control
  • Refractories
  • Fuels & combustion
  • Scale

Additional Topics

  • The continuous casting process
  • Rolling processes & requirements

Course Venue

Materials Processing Instititute
Eston Road
United Kingdom

Course Duration

The course is 3-5 days depending on course requirements.

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Bespoke Training Courses

Bespoke industry training courses are also available and are tailored to meet the specific learning needs of clients. These bespoke training courses are run to schedules to suit client requirements and can carried out in-house, at venues local to clients, or at the Materials Processing Institute. Bespoke training is available worldwide.

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