At first, the ingots must be introduced into furnaces, which have a furnace temperature of up to 1100 ° C. For this purpose, however, the ingots are guided by a hydraulic jack in specified rows into the furnaces, and when the ingots are placed inside the furnace, they are prepared for rolling by 1100 ° C.
Once the ingots reach the desired temperature, they are sent to the production line, and then the billets are placed on the rolls and directed to the Ruffing stage. At Ruffing stage and in three steps, the diameter of the ingots decreases and the length increases. After the Ruffing stage, there are rolling shelves which range from 10 to 18 in calibers. In the last step of rolling, the scissors area is used to cut products manufactured at specified lengths. Then the products are cut into 12 meter long and at the last stage, they are packed in kind-bundles with a specified weight.