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Jindal Stainless Limited

Jajpur, Odisha

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Jindal Stainless Limited is one of the largest integrated manufacturers of stainless steel in India with a capacity of 1 million tons per annum. A leader and a name synonymous with Enterprise, Excellence and Success, the company’s ethos mirrors most characteristics similar to the metal it produces; Akin to stainless steel Jindal Stainless Limited is innovative and versatile in its thought process; strong and unrelenting in its operations. The state-of-the-art unit of Jindal Stainless is located in the eastern part of India in the state of Odisha. The plant comprises of 250,000 tons per annum of Ferro Alloy’s facilities with world class technology and equipments sourced from Siemens VAI, SMS Siemag and Andritz Sundwig. The complex, equipped with captive power generation facility, is eventually scalable up to 3.2 million tons per annum of stainless steel making. Founded by Shri O.P Jindal in 1970, Jindal Stainless is one of the largest stainless steel conglomerates in India and ranks amongst the top 10 stainless steel conglomerates in the world. It’s not only the magnitude of our operations that determines our credibility and name, but we remain inspired by our vision for innovation and enriching lives. Jindal Stainless Group has an annual crude steel capacity of 1.8 MTPA and the group has an annual turnover of Rs 14,500 crores. Our growth has been backed by the excellence of our people, value driven business operations, customer centricity, adoption of one of the best safety practices in the stainless steel industry and a commitment for social responsibility.+ Read More

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Cast in single strand slab caster of steel melt shop. Liquid steel is produced through electric arc furnace-AOD Convertor/VOD-Ladle refining furnace route.

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Evolution Of Stainless Steel
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Starting from rust, men have produced something which looks like platinum and resists chemical attack like gold, and yet a square inch can support a quarter of a million pounds. This is the crowning achievement of metallurgy: Stainless Steel-The Miracle Metal! “- Carl Zapffe, metallurgical consultant, 1960

In early 20th century researchers worked around the world in the development of new, stainless and acid resistant steels, especially for the chemical industry. Then already known nickel and chromium steels were for the increasing demands of the chemical industry prone to corrosion and brittleness.

Strauss and Maurer, the fathers of the stainless steel, reduce the carbon content to below one percent. First they combined chromium and nickel as alloying elements, and developed a suitable method for the heat treatment to improve corrosion resistance and strength of the steel. Thus began the worldwide success of stainless steels.

The rapid success of the stainless steel market in the 20s of the last century was the development of an economic process for its production and processing with major challenges. Thus, the first stainless steels were also produced in oil-fired, tilting pans. Only the invention of induction melting furnaces simplified the process. Early 60s was the melting technique in a two stage process - changed - with optional vacuum (VOD) or argon (AOD). The new production technique lowered the cost of production and at the same time extended the range of properties sustainably. In the 80's were created with the introduction of the continuous casting method, the conditions for a near net shape casting - another quality and commercial milestone. Computer-aided control engineering drove the reproducibility of stainless steel products and much to advance further the growing technological differentiation opened up new application areas.

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All stainless steels have a high resistance to corrosion. This resistance to attack is due to the naturally occurring chromium-rich oxide film formed on the surface of the steel. Although extremely thin, this invisible, inert film is tightly adherent to the metal and extremely protective in a wide range of corrosive media. The film is rapidly self repairing in the presence of oxygen, and damage by abrasion, cutting or machining is quickly repaired.

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Metals are extracted from their natural and most stable states as ores after a lot of work. This work consumes a great amount of energy and effort. All these efforts affect our environment adversely in one way or another. Therefore, the more we recycle the scrap / end-of-life metals, the better off we will be as only a fifth of effort is required in recycling. Did you know, 90% of stainless steel is recycled?

Recycling of Stainless Steel Scrap

Today, environmental factors are at the forefront of material selection for specifiers. Stainless steel’s long service life, 100 percent recyclability and its valuable raw materials make it an excellent environmental performer.

Stainless steel objects rarely become waste at the end of their useful life. Recycled stainless objects are systematically separated and recovered to go back into the production process through recycling.

As well as iron, stainless steel contains valuable raw materials like chromium and nickel which makes recycling stainless steel economically viable.

Stainless steel is actively recycled on a large scale around the world by recyclers who collect and process scrap (recycled stainless steel) for re-melting all around the world.

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The use of stainless steel scrap is fundamental to the steelmaking process. There are two types of scrap - reclaimed scrap (old scrap) and industrial scrap (new scrap). Reclaimed scrap includes industrial equipment, tanks, washing machines and refrigerators that have reached the end of their service life.

Industrial scrap includes industrial returns or production offcuts from manufacturing by industrial engineering and fabrication sources.

Today, stainless steel is made up of approximately 60% recycled content including:

  • 25% reclaimed scrap
  • 35% industrial scrap
  • 40% new raw materials

The useful service life of stainless steel products is long so the availability of scrap is dependent on levels of production from decades ago.

With an average content of 25% of old scrap, stainless steel is close to the theoretical maximum content of material from end-of-life products.

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Cost is a simple yet complex concept. It has many dimensions and implications attached to it. Speaking strictly in economic terms, cost is always associated with Value of Money. The cheapest alternative may not always be the best option to choose when entire life of the product is taken into account. Therefore, Life cycle costing becomes an important key.

Life Cycle Cost (LCC) analysis is a means of quantifying the choice of materials for a product or construction, with the aim of selection of the most economic alternative. Stainless steel normally comes with a initial higher cost of material, but its longer life due to excellent wear & corrosion resistance features, low requirement of maintenance and recyclability compensate for the higher initial costs and makes it a environment friendly material or ‘Green Material’.

How LCC is calculated?

LCC enables potential long-term benefits to be assessed against short-term expediency. Materials costs are assessed with their implications, for example initial outlay, maintenance and its frequency, downtime effects, production losses, repair, replacement, and other operationally related costs such as manpower and energy consumption

LCC = Acquisition Cost + Fabrication and Installation Cost + Maintenance Costs (periodic) + Replacement Costs (periodic) + Cost of Lost Production (periodic) - Residual (Scrap) Value.

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Stainless steel has been used in architecture, building and construction since its invention. Stainless Steel provides tremendous design flexibility to high profile projects while their strength and resistance to corrosion, wear and fire make them a practical long lasting choice for public and industrial buildings.

Worldwide stainless steels are being used for structural applications ranging from cutting edge architecture to infrastructure. Exceptional structural historical examples include the stainless steel concrete reinforcing bar in Yucatan, Mexico’s Progreso Pier (1945); St. Louis, USA’s Gateway Arch (1965); and the Louvre Pyramid in Paris, France (1989).

Stainless Steel is a material par excellence, which now seeks to permeate through Indian Architecture and we at Jindal Stainless are committed to provide quality Stainless Steel products to cater to the emerging markets of Stainless Steel for Architecture, Building and Construction.

Stainless steel -architect’s delight
  • Superior aesthetics
  • Tough & durable
  • Weldable & easily formable
  • Highly corrosion resistant
  • Choice of colorful coatings & different finishes
  • Fire resistant
  • Low maintenance/ Virtually Fit & Forget
  • High strength to weight ratio
  • Low life cycle cost
  • Suitability for clean & hygienic environment

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Stainless Steel Consumer Durable Service
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The consumer durable segment is driven by stringent quality, aesthetics and high durability of the products. Stainless steel owing to its excellent corrosion resistance and visually appealing surface finishes finds extensive applications in this segment. Jindal Stainless not only offers the complete range of stainless steel grades in this segment, but has also carved its niche, through its subsidiary JSL Lifestyle Limited, as a global player that develops various lifestyle products in stainless steel.

Applications

Typical applications of stainless steel in the Consumer Durable segment include:

  • Kitchen applications
  • Bathroom accessories
  • White Goods
  • Lifestyle Products
  • Interior Decoration
  • Razor Blades
  • Coin blanks
  • Hollowware

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Neutron irradiation inside a Nuclear Power Plant can put even the strongest of metals to test. Unlike a lot of other metals, Stainless Steel has the strength to provide greater safety and superior performance expected from the structural components of pressurised water reactors and fast breeder reactors due to its superior strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, high ductility and durability. But that’s not all, stainless steel is also the material of choice for reprocessing spent fuel discharge from reactors. At Jindal Stainless, we are proud to strengthen India’s journey towards clean and green energy by supplying 304L (NAG)/304/304L/304LN/316/316L/316LN/321/310S and EN 1.4550 stainless steel to the nuclear sector.

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Special Products Division (SPD) is a specialised state of the art facility at Jindal Stainless (Hisar) Limited. It has been established with a view to expand our product portfolio and services in Precision Steel, Blade Steel and Mint segments in the domestic as well as export markets. This division, with a capacity of 25,000 MT per annum, serves the niche requirements in thinner sections for specific applications in various Stainless Steel Grades. The close tolerances required in our products is fully achieved as the facility is equipped with high accuracy CR mills, slitters, levellers, Bright annealing line, Robotic packaging and Laser welding equipments to produce world class Razor Blade Steel and Precision Steels. The Quality Control Laboratory at our plant is well equipped with modern equipments such as Scanning Electron Microscope, Optical Emission Spectrometers, X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer, Leco-Analyzers, Corrosion Testing facilities, Ultimate Tensile testing facility, Image Analyzer, Surface energy measurement device and others like hardness testers and Tensile Testing machines.

SPD has a coin blanking capacity of 9,600 MT per annum and is a reputed supplier of Coin Blanks to the various domestic and international mints. The products range from mono-metallic to bi-metallic coins; from stainless steel and aluminium to cupro-nickel, aluminium-bronze, nickel-brass and more. Advanced Proditech Inspection Machine are installed for inspection of coin blanks for ensuring a complete 100% defect free supply to the customers.

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HR Black : As cast/ ground slabs are first heated and soaked in reheating furnace, rolled in roughing mill to intermediate thickness and then to the final thickness in the steckel mill.
 
HRAP : Hot Rolled coils are annealed & pickled in continuous Annealing-Pickling lines having scale breaker, shot blasting unit, Electrolytic Sulphuric Acid and Mixed Acid bath.
 
HRAP coils have a cleaner surface & have improved mechanical properties for downstream processing.

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CR Coil

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Our cold rolling facility is equipped with all state-of-art facilities like 20-Hi-Sendzimier cold rolling mill with IMR Shifting, Mill Tilting and Shape meter advantages for higher degree of Shape & profile correction. The CR Annealing & Pickling line is on environment friendly LPG fuel with better and fastest temperature control associated with Electrolytic and Acid Pickling with very high control of pickling process. The online Skin Pass and Tension Leveling has made this line capable of producing finished 2B/2D product at par with international quality. The on-line automatic surface inspection system also provides a very high resolution surface quality. There is provision of offline Skin Pass Mills which helps to cater high luster requirements also. Other facilities include Bright Annealing units (under commissioning phase) in cracked ammonia atmosphere and Strip Grinding line to produce desired surface finishes.

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Coin Blanks

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Jindal Stainless has been supplying Stainless Steel coins blanks to the Indian Government Mint and Foreign Mints for making coins. The company has the capability of producing high quality Stainless Steel and non-ferrous coin blanks. The present installed capacity for coin blanking is 10,000 metric tons per annum.

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Precision Strips

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The Precision Strips are rolled up to 0.05 mm in thickness. These strips are often the starting material for industries like Automotive, Electronics and Telecommunication, Health & Hygiene, Consumer Durables and Petrochemical Industry and exported as well.

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Blade Steel

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The razor blade cold rolled strips of up to 0.076 mm thickness are produced in SPD division at JSL Hisar and supplied to leading Indian and international razor blade manufacturers.

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Stainless Steel Plumbing
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World over now stainless steel pipes are used for plumbing because stainless steel offers a range of benefits, with particular importance attached to its hygiene properties, its resistance to corrosion and low maintenance. Stainless steel is an attractive option when considering the life cycle cost of an installation. It does not require painting and blends with modern interior design. It is also fully recyclable.

Stainless steel often enjoys life cycle advantages compared with other materials. Even though the initial costs may be marginally higher for stainless steel plumbing materials, the gap in installed cost is reduced by using a fast and efficient method of jointing. Low maintenance, system downtime and replacement costs, which make stainless steel economical over the complete life cycle of the installation.

Jindal Stainless steel 304 pipes are ERW welded as per ASTM – 269/JIS 3448. And 316 pipes are made in EN 10312

Key Advantage Of Stainless Less Integrated Plumbing System
  • Corrosion Protection
  • Hygienic
  • Low-maintenance
  • Light weight
  • Higher pressure of liquids and gases
  • Smoother stainless steel bore
  • No fire Risk
  • Quick/ease of installation

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Stainless Steel Auto Transport
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Over the last decade average weight of mid size car has reduced from 1400Kg to 1150Kg resulting in reduction of 18% of total car weight. Similar trend is also witnessed across all segments of passenger car. This was possible due to implementation of High Strength Steel (HSS) and Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS) in automotive body structures. Mounting energy crisis, stringent emission law and strict safety rules have guided car manufacturers to improve strength/weight ratio of the vehicle, thereby promoting application of HSS and AHSS steels in the car body.

Automotive and Transport sectors are making increasing use of stainless steels to reduce weight, improve aesthetics, enhance safety and minimize life cycle cost. Characterized by superior fire and corrosion resistance, they ensure safety and reliability. Since stainless steels exhibit superior combination of high strength, ductility, formability and toughness compared to other metals and alloys, the intrinsic weight of vehicle decreases and its load carrying capacity and fuel efficiency increases. Maintenance cost is naturally lower and stainless steel component at the end of its long life is easily recycled.

In automobiles, stainless steels are most extensively used for exhaust systems. To improve efficiency, the designs for these components are becoming very complex and performance criteria are getting tougher. Since corrosion resistance remains vital for this application, appropriate titanium, niobium or dual stabilized grades with very low interstitial content are used with choice of grade depending on operating conditions.

Buses, trams make extensive use of austenitic stainless steels for outer panels. On account of transformation induced plasticity, these steels develop very high strength coupled with good formability in cold rolled tempers and constitute ideal material for structural components. The exceptional strength to weight ratio and energy absorption capacity enables the designers to reduce weight and enhance crash worthiness while ensuring longer life span due to superior corrosion resistance.

As new austenitic, ferritic and duplex stainless steels are evolving, automotive and transport industry is intensively exploring their potential.

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Stainless Steel In Chemical Industry
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Probably the most demanding industries that use stainless steels are the chemical, processing and oil & gas industries have created a large market for stainless tanks, pipes, pumps and valves as well. One of the first major success stories for 304/316 stainless steel was the storage of dilute nitric acid as it could be used in thinner sections and was more robust than other materials. Special grades of stainless have been developed to have greater corrosion resistance at a broad range of different temperatures. These are used in desalination plants, sewage plants, offshore oilrigs, harbor supports and ships propellers.

Stainless Steel pipes & tubes have significant applications in chemical, processing and oil & gas industries. SS pipes & tubes exhibit superior corrosion resistance, heat resistance and low-temperature properties & have been used as raw materials that can withstand harsh environments as seen in petroleum, brewery, Sugar, refining, oil & gas industries.

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Stainless Steel In Food Processing
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Materials for beverage, dairy and food preparation, processing and storage are required to maintain the integrity of the structure (i.e. to be corrosion resistant and sufficiently robust to withstand their service environment) and to be inert (i.e. to impart neither colour nor flavour to foodstuffs or beverages). Stainless steels are widely used in these applications because they are resistant to corrosion, inert, easily cleaned and sterilised without loss of properties, and can be readily fabricated by a variety of techniques.

Materials for beverage, dairy and food preparation, processing and storage are selected on the basis of their resistance to corrosion in a specific service environment and, where appropriate, operation of the plant (whether continuous or batch operation with plant shutdowns) must also be considered. In practice, varieties of austenitic & ferritic stainless steels are used. Nevertheless, martensitic and duplex stainless steels are also used in beverage, dairy and food contact applications.

Typical applications for stainless steels in beverage, dairy and food plant and equipment are shown in the table below.

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Stainless Steel In Railway
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Stainless steel has been a preferred material in railway applications worldwide on account of its longer life, higher strength to-weight ratio, aesthetic appearance & corrosion resistance. Its durability and minimal maintenance requirements makes stainless steel a better choice economically. Benefitted by energy saving lightweight design and 100% recyclability at the end of service life, stainless steel can be qualified as environmental friendly material. Bright contemporary finish of stainless steel has further strengthened the applicability of stainless steel in rail industry. In addition, stainless steel does not require protective paint coatings which further reduce maintenance cost.

Many stainless steel grades are in use in railways operations today. Austenitic stainless steel grades 301LN, 201, 301, 201LN and 304 have been used in the construction of railway coaches, while ferritic stainless steel 409M/IRSM 44 97 and Nitronic 30 have been used for freight wagons.

Stainless Steel in Passenger trains & Metro Coaches:

Various austenitic stainless steel of chrome-nickel and chrome-manganese varieties, chemical composition and mechanical properties listed below, have been used for manufacture of passenger trains and metros.

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Cast from twin stand bloom caster at Steel Melt Shop. Liquid steel is produced through electric arc furnace-AOD convertor-ladle refining furnace route.
 
Size : 200 mm sq.
260 x 200 mm sq. (on request).

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