John Butler Tytus, Jr., invented a process to manufacture continuously rolling sheets of steel. This process, known as the continuous hot strip mill, reduced the .
There are, however, hot-strip mills designed for smaller production. For example, a semi-continuous hot-strip mill has only one reversing rougher in front of the.
Hot strip mills have evolved in various steps from original tinplate and sheet rolling mills. The development of semi-continuous and continuous multi-stand mills.
Hot – dip galvanized steel strips in coils, produced by continuous hot – dip galvanization. Information about sizes on stock. For other sizes.