10 February 2023
POMINI Long Rolling Mills modernizes a rolling mill of Celsa Group
POMINI Long Rolling Mills has been awarded a contract for the modernization of Celsa Armeringsstål, located at Mo I Rana in Norway. The existing rolling mill has been in operation since the 1980s, it was designed and supplied by Pomini SpA, predecessor of POMINI Long Rolling Mills.
The scope of the project includes the replacement of four G1 finishing stands with the latest generation RedRing Series 5 stands. The new stands will reuse the existing rolls and related change devices in the workshop. Similarly, the new rest bars will be compatible with existing rolling guides.
The supply will also include the documentation required by the Machinery Directive of the European Union, and will be completed by 2023.
Celsa Nordic consists of Celsa Armeringsstål, Celsa Steel Service in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, and Celsa Recycling. A leading producer of steel in the Nordic countries, Celsa Armeringsstål AS consists of a melting and rolling mill, located in Mo i Rana. The company has a circular value chain that distinguishes it from the competitors. The production is based on 100 percent recycled steel scrap equivalent to two Eiffel Towers per week, and uses clean hydropower as an energy source. Celsa Nordic strives for a circular collaboration with its partners, it works for a circular sustainable future and is part of the international Celsa Group headquartered in Spain. More information available at www.celsanordic.com
RedRing is a registered trademark of POMINI Long Rolling Mills in certain countries.