Inside the Salzgitter Group, Peiner Trager GmbH represents steel and technology, a comprehensive delivery program. This particular portion specializes in successful development for special purposes and steel.
Ever since the year 1876, I-shapes are rolled in Peine. A parallel wide-flange-beam, the Peine beam, known across the world as "Peiner Trager" was developed here, patented and presented for the very first time during the year 1914.
The production of the companies beams have been permanently improved, adjusted and optimized to suit the requirements of each client.
Peiner has proved to be a helpful and reliable partner. They provide a huge range of pre-fabrication work up to the finishing and delivery of ready-to-assemble constructions for production unit building needs, bridge-building and steel structures .
Peiner provides the most modern processes and installations. The punctuality and dependability of the company is ready to become the competent partner for stockholders and fabrication and help customers.
The following services give both fabricators and financial investors the best assistance for distinct cost reduction and high competitiveness. These services comprise reduction lead times, supply of ready-to-assemble construction units, addition of the capacities of steel-fabricators and reduction of handling.
Steel is a high-quality, attractive quality product that is utilized in numerous sectors. Steel is usually utilized in both the automotive and construction businesses due to its extreme versatility and tailor-made product properties. Steel is great for recycling, making it also an environmentally friendly material.
Scrap metal in the hundreds of tons is capable of being melted down into molten steel. A DC electric arc furnace can finish the process in less than 40 minutes. The molten steel is homogenized and after that analytically refined in a downstream ladle furnace method. The next step involves the refined steel being subsequently cast in a 6 strand continuous bloom casting plant so as to form charging material. A vacuum plant is accessible for particular requirements, in order to set low sulfur and hydrogen contents.
In Salzgitter and Peine, the charging material is then rolled to form sectional items on 2 efficient and modern rolling mills. This is done by utilizing the universal rolling method.