Valves and fittings for the iron and steel industry

The demands on valves for the steel industry are manifold: high temperatures, a high throughput, the harshest conditions in the plants. High pressure applications as well as chemical resistance and the use of a wide variety of media. With us you are in good hands: whether blast furnace, water circuit or oxygen distribution and application in steel melting. Working with PRUSS offers you continuous qualitative and productive improvement – thanks to highly efficient developments for the steel industry.

Producing profitably yet competitively: this is an everlasting balancing act in steel production. Fuel consumption, resource management, efficiency and quality must be meticulously kept in view. Whether oxygen valves for distribution and injection, gas pressure regulators, pump limit, bypass or suction throttle valves on the fresh air compressor – with its high-quality valves for the steel industry, PRUSS offers an efficient solution for all production phases of a steelworks, from iron and steel production to metal processing and heat treatment. PRUSS can support you, whether you are equipping distribution stations or compressors.

Our valves for the steel industry are designed for a long service life and high switching cycles – thanks to our special coatings, even when used with gases containing dust and dirt. After all, our decades-long core competence is the planning, production and delivery of high-quality, innovative valves for blast furnaces and their auxiliary plants – precisely adapted to the respective requirements on site.

Valves for continuous casting plants

In addition to air control valves for blast furnaces and oxygen, nitrogen and argon valves for steel production, we also manufacture valves for continuous casting plants of the highest quality. They guarantee you a reliable and one hundred percent controllable process sequence, so that you can realise high-quality material structures in numerous shapes with little waste – without downstream rolling operations. Because continuous casting offers practical advantages: The melt flows from the holding furnace through a nozzle via the tundish into a metal mould cooled with water from the outside. The metal solidifies and immediately has the right shape. When the strand emerges from the mould, it is further cooled by spray water so that its core also becomes solid. Finished.