Jindal TMT Steel – Fe 550Sale
₹71,000.00 – ₹72,300.00 / Ton
Shop Jindal TMT steel FE 550 at the best price online in Hyderabad. These are ideal material to be used with concrete for structure robustness due to its greater strength. Fe500 & Fe550 are classified on the basis of the minimum yield strength they possess. For Fe500, it is 500N/sq.mm whereas for Fe550 it is 550N/sq.mm. The number simply translates into them being able to withstand the yield stress. We are the official dealer & supplier of all Jindal TMT steel bar in Hyderabad. Low-cost for Fe 500 & Fe 550 TMT steel bars. We offer the lowest wholesale rate for construction materials from starting from TMT steel bars to grade cement. Jindal TMT steel price or rate quoted herein is only applicable to the regions covering Hyderabad. Our motto is to serve you with the best with assurance of quality and hassle-free shopping experience. For this very reason, we are the preferred choice among buyers who enjoy exciting deals & discounts every hour on every product. You might also want to check Dhanlaxmi TMT Steel-Fe 550, Jairaj TMT Steel-Fe550, Birla TMT Steel-Fe550, JSW TMT Steel-Fe550, Kamdhenu TMT Steel-Fe550, Mangal TMT Steel-Fe550, MS Life TMT Steel-Fe550 & Om Sai TMT Steel-Fe550.
In the TMT rolling mill plant, the process can be described as:
- Raw Material – Billets
- Re-heating in Furnace
- Roughing or Cogging in Roughing Mill
- Finishing in Intermediate cum Finishing Mill
- TMT Cooling Line
- Cooling on Cooling Bed
- Inspection, Storage and Dispatch
Why Jindal TMT Steel over other brands?
- Guaranteed 500 grade or above, with Test Certificates provided (due to Raw Material from South Africa, as pure Virgin Iron Ore)
- Highly Cost-effective: 20% more strength, hence quantity of TMT used is lesser
- Higher Ductility (stability to withstand movements, including higher Elongation)
- Strict Quality checks & processes to ensure consistency (as per BIS standards) – In Weight per metre, Length & Chemical & Physical properties – such that no cracks are ever observed.
Special Features of Jindal Steel Bars:
Only pure steel billets (using Virgin Iron Ore) are used in Jindal TMT. The raw material is from their own group company, chosen specifically for its high Manganese content, as well as lower Sulphur and Phosphorus content. South African Iron Ore they use has Fe content above 65%, which is not possible with Indian-sourced Iron Ore.
Better Elongation & Bending:
Superior bendability and easier work-ability are made possible with the unique combination of a tough outer core and softer inner core. Elongation is as high as 20-22%, which is above the ISI standards for Fe550 grade.
For Fabrication work on site, Jindal TMT bars are ideal for both lap and butt welding. Their low carbon content ensures optimal strength of the welded joints, without requiring any additional pre- and post-welding treatment.
Thanks to their Pine and uniform micro structure, Jindal TMT bars do not corrode even when embedded in concrete. This is also because flawless manufacturing ensures that there are no residual torsion stresses in the bars
Even at temperatures touching 600 degrees Celsius, Jindal TMT bars display excellent strength and resilience. These qualities act as a safety shield against fire hazards.
Fatigue in TMT bars begins with accumulation of stress at the root of its ribs, which leads to ‘weakness’. Since Jindal TMT bars are made with accurate uniformed ribs for inherent strength of surface layer that makes Jindal TMT high fatigue resistant bars.
1. Process route of Furnace steel making – Ladle Refining Continuous Casting of Billets ensure the right 7 desired quality with minimal tramp elements & Sulphur & Phosphorus content of 0.090 % Max. Cast Billet are hot rolled in Automatic rolling mill, Which ensure uniform dimensions & properties in each bar.
2. Surface finish of each bar is excellent as the mill employs tungsten carbide rolls against conventional rolls. Each bar is thermo mechanically treated. After leaving the last stand of the rolling mill, the bars are quenched (rapid coiling) in water from final rolling temp of about 1050*c. The Quenching is partial, only until outer surface layer has been transformed from austenite to marten site
3. Because of partial quenching, a part of the original heat remains in the core of the steel and on the coiling bed, this migrate towards the surface and result in an automatic self tempering process where the surface layer of marten site is tempered. The resulting tempered-marten site shows improved deformability compared to as quenched marten site.
4. On atmospheric cooling on cooling bed, Austenitic core is transformed into ductile ferrite – pearlier. The core of the heat treated bars consists of ferrite & pearlier while strong outer layer consists of marten site
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