Special Steel Plants


Alloy Steels Plant

In order to make India self-reliant in alloy & special steels production, ASP was set up in January 1965 under Hindustan Steel Limited, now SAIL. Consultant for ASP was M/s MN Dastur & Co. Technology knowhow was from M/s Atlas Steels, Canada. Major equipment supplier was JASCON - a Japanese Consortium, while the Reheating Furnaces were supplied by Amco, Canada and Heat Treatment Furnaces supplied by Wellman Incandescent. Read more in the Main Website..

Salem Steel Plant

Salem Steel Plant, a special steels unit of Steel Authority of India Ltd., pioneered the supply of wider width stainless steel sheets / coils in India. The plant can produce austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and low-nickel stainless steel in the form of coils and sheets with an installed capacity of 70,000 tonnes / year in Cold Rolling Mill and 1,86,000 tonnes / year in Hot Rolling Mill. In addition, the plant has country's first top-of-the-line stainless steel blanking facility with a capacity of 3,600 tonnes / year of coin blanks and utility blanks / circles.Read more in the Main Website..

Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Plant

Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Plant (VISL) is a pioneer in production of high quality alloy & special steels and pig iron. Steel is produced through BF-BOF-LRF-VD route. The facilities include vacuum degassing, vacuum oxygen decarburisation, ladle refining furnaces, ingot teeming, continuous casting, 1600 Tonnes-hydraulic-highspeed forging press, a fully automatic horizontal long forging machine with high programmable Logic Controller system for a semi-automatic and automatic mode of operation. VISL has an installed capacity of 2,16,000 tonnes of hot metal and 98,280 tonnes of alloy & special steels. Read more in the Main Website..

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