EMG eMASS® is a turnkey system for stabilising fast running ferromagnetic steel strips based on electromagnets. The main field of application is the process optimisation and saving of metal coating at the air knife of a hot-dip galvanising, GALVALUME®* or aluminising line.
The system is installed directly above the nozzle - as close as possible to the nozzle lip that blows off the liquid metal layer. With the experience of over 50 successful installations worldwide, EMG guarantees customised, optimal integration of eMASS® in the air knife area.
*GALVALUME® is a registered trademark of BIEC International Inc.
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"Due to the large number of individually implemented solutions, EMG's understanding of the special features of the manufacturing processes supported by EMG's quality assurance systems has grown over the years. EMG's long-standing presence in the market has led to very in-depth knowledge and experience from which our customers benefit. For example, the EMG eMASS® strip stabilisation system enables demonstrable improvements in quality and zinc consumption in the hot-dip coating of steel sheets."
Steffen Dombrowski, Product Manager
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In the production of steel and aluminium strips, the increased demands on new materials and ever more complex components require an increasingly higher level of process reliability. With our innovative quality assurance systems for the cold rolling area, you can optimise your processes - and thus also your product quality. All EMG systems are based on the same hardware and software structure. Benefit from the use of our broad solution portfolio and reduce your TCO (Total Cost of Ownership).
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