BUTTRIO – An order worth over $650 million for Danielle. The giant, which is headquartered in Putrio, Udine, has taken orders for machinery and technology from the steel production company Nucor Corporation. This is the largest global demand for machinery and automation in the past 20 years. The American manufacturer, in particular, chose QSPDUE Danieli Universal Direct Rolling technology for a new plant being built from scratch in West Virginia to produce high-quality hot-rolled steel strips, as well as cold-rolling technology. Rolled steel sector projects. The QSP-DUE Danieli Universal Endless Plant is eventually expected to produce 3 million tons per year of high-quality hot-rolled steel strip, with strip sizes up to 2100 mm wide and 0.8-25 mm thick, 4 mm thick. The plant will be managed by Danieli Automation’s innovative process technologies and artificial intelligence.
Robotic solutions will increase plant safety. A galvanizing line and a color coating line will be installed at Nucor Steel’s existing facility in Crawfordsville, Indiana, to serve the construction steel and hardware markets. Danieli Automation will provide advanced process control systems to supervise processes, operate lines in automatic mode, and ensure quality and consistency in production. As stated on Danieli’s website, commissioning of the plants covered by the contract will start in mid-2024 and is expected to be commissioned by the end of 2024. Moreover, Danieli is currently upgrading its Nucor Steel Gallatin plant from CSP technology to QSP® technology; This QSP® plant is expected to be fully operational by April 2022. The original Danieli technology applied to Gallatin will be the first in the USA. The winning design configuration has proven successful since its first installation in Algoma Steel, Canada, which has been in operation since 1997 and has been constantly improving since then.
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