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*Sumitomo Metals Fact Book 2012.indb
Facilities
9
(1) Manufacturing process of steel
Coal-Ore Carrier
Dephosphorization Furnace
Limestone
Slabs
Iron Ore
Coal
Basic Oxygen Converter
Sintering Plant
Blooms
Coke Oven
Round Billets
Electric Arc Furnace
Secondary Refining
Blast Furnace
Torpedo Car
Continuous Casting
Machine
Blooming Mill
Facilities ● 65
①
Hot Rolled Steel Sheets & Coils
Hot Strip Mill
②
Continuous Annealing Line
Continuous Picking Line
Cold Strip Mill
Cold Rolled Steel
Sheets & Coils
③
Electrolytic Galvanizing
Line
Electrolytic Galvanized
Steel Sheets & Coils
Continuous Annealing
& Coating Line
④
Non-oriented Electrical
Steel Sheets & Coils
⑤
Continuous Galvanizing Line
Hot Dip Galvanized
Steel Sheets & Coils
⑥
Continuous Annealing
& Pickling Line
Sendzimir Cold Rolling Mill
Continuous Annealing
& Pickling Line
Stainless Steel
Sheets & Coils
⑦
Small Welded Pipe Mill
Small Welded Pipes
⑧
Electric Resistance Welded Pipe Mill
Electric Resistance
Welded Pipes
⑨
Welded Spiral Pipe Mill
Welded Spiral Pipe
⑩
Thermatool Welded H-Shape Mill
66 ● Facilities
Lightweight Welded
H-Shape Beams
⑪
Plate Mill
Plates
⑫
Large Welded Pipe Mill
Large-Diameter
Steel Pipes
⑬
Large Shape Mill
H-Shapes Sheet Piles
⑭
Seamless Pipe Mill
(Mannesmann Mandrel Mill)
Seamless Tube & Pipes
⑮
Seamless Pipe Mill
(Ugine-Sejournet Extrusion Mill)
Seamless Tube & Pipes
(Speciality Tubular Products)
⑯
Wheel Rolling Mill
Wheels
Bogie Truck
Manufacturing Plant
⑰
Bogie Trucks
⑱
High-speed Precision Forging Machine
Axles
Facilities ● 67
⑲
Forging Press
Die Forged Crankshafts
⑳
Bar Mill
Bars
Wire Rod Mill
Wire Rods
(2) Manufacturing process of Titanium
(Part is not a processes of Sumitomo Metals)
Rutile
Hot Strip Mill
68 ● Facilities
Sponge
Melting
Continuous Annealing
& Pickling Line
Forging Press
Sendzimir Cold
Rolling Mill
Continuous Annealing
& Pickling Line
Slab
Titanium Sheets
& Coils
(3) Steel Works / Steel Division
Founding *1
General Manager *2
(As of end of June, 2012)
No. of employees
Location
Site (1,000m2)
Crude steel production
(million tons)
Blast furnace
(Inner Volume)
Converter
Kashima Steel Works
1968
Katsuyoshi Iwata
Wakayama Steel Works Sumikin Iron & Steel Corporation
1942
2003
Takahisa Miyake
Takashi Okada
2,925
Kashima-shi, Ibaraki
1,166
929
Wakayama-shi, Wakayama Wakayama-shi, Wakayama
Kainan-shi, Wakayama
5,385
−
−
4.64
8,510
6.73
No.1 (5,370m3)
No.3 (5,370m3)
No.1 Steelmaking
250t/time x 3
(Dephosphorization x 1)
(Decarburization x 2)
No.2 Steelmaking
250t/time x 2
(Decarburization)
Electric furnace
Continuous caster
Equipment
Blooming mill
Shape mill
Wire rod mill
Pipe and tube mill
Plate/Sheet mill
Coating line
No.1 (for slab)
No.2 (for slab)
No.3 (for slab)
No.3-3 (for slab)
No.2 Steelmaking x 1
Large shape mill x 1
No.1 (3,700m3)
No.5 (2,700m3)
Steelmaking
210t/time x 3
(Dephosphorization x 1)
(Decarburization x 2)
Stainless Steelmaking
80t/time x 1
No.1 SL-CC (for stainless slab)
No.3 SL-CC (for slab, bloom)
No.1 R-CC (for round billet)
BL-CC (for bloom)
Slab mill x 1
Mannesmann Mandrel mill x 3
UO x 1
Small Welded Pipe mill Medium-size seamless tube
x1
making mill x 1
Small-size seamless pipe mill x 2
Hot strip mill x 1
Cold strip mill x 2
Cold strip mill x 2
Plate mill x 1
Electrolytic galvanizing line x 2 Hot-dip galvanizing
Hot-dip galvanizing line x 3 line x 1
Wheel/Outer wheel mill
Forging mill
Welded H-shape mill Thermatool welded
H-shape mill x 1
*1 For Sumikin Iron & Steel Corporation, established year.
For Kokura Steel Works, established year of Asano Kokura Steel.
For Naoetsu Works, the year when Nippon Stainless Co., Ltd. started manufacturing stainless steel.
*2 President for Sumikin Iron & Steel Corporation
Facilities ● 69
(As of the end of March 2012)
Steel Tube Works
1919
Ritsuya Iwai
Osaka Seel Works
1901
Machi Nakata
Kokura Steel Works
1918
Hidemasa Nakajima
Naoetsu Works
1934
Kanji Kasahara
662
Amagasaki-shi, Hyogo
982
Konohana-ku,
Osaka-shi, Osaka
527
0.04
1,041
Kokurakita-ku,
Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka
1,205
1.31
230
Jyoetsu-shi, Niigata
519
−
256
−
No.2 (2,150m3)
Steelmaking
70t/time x 4
(Dephosphorization x 1)
(Decarburization x 3)
Steelmaking, Forging
40t/time x 1
No.2 (for bloom)
No.3 (for bloom)
No.4 (for bloom)
Blooming mill x 1
Bar mill x 1
Wire rod mill x 1
Shaped steel mill x 1
Ugine-Sejournet
extrusion mill x 1
Ehrhardt push bench x 1
Plate mill x 1
Cold strip mill x 3
Wheel mill x 1
Outer wheel mill x 1
Super forging press x 1 Die forging press x 4
Axle forging machine x 1
Free forging press x 2
70 ● Facilities
(4) Operation history of blast furnaces
(As of the end of June 2012)
Works
Blast furnace
No.
Blast furnace
volume (m3)
Year of construction
Year of repair
3,159
Constructed: Jan. 1971
3,680
Blown in (Second): Feb. 1979
5,370
Blown in (Third): Sep. 2004
5,050
Constructed: Sep. 1976
No.3
5,050
5,370
Blown in (Second): Aug. 1990
Blown in (Third): May 2007
No.1
3,700
Constructed: Jul. 2009
2,630
Constructed: Feb. 1969
2,700
2,700
Blown in (Second): Mar. 1975
Blown in (Third): Feb. 1988
1,850
Constructed: Sep. 1974
1,850
2,150
Blown in (Second): Mar. 1981
Blown in (Third): Apr. 2002
No.1
Kashima
Sumikin Iron & Steel
Corporation
No.5
Kokura
No.2
(5) Overview of facilities
(As of the end of June 2012)
Equipment Works
Blast
Kashima
furnace
No.1 (5,370 m3) blown in: Sep. 2004
No.3 (5,370 m3): blown in: May 2007
Sumikin Iron & Steel No.1 (3,700 m3): blown in: Jul. 2009
No.5 (2,700 m3): blown in: Feb. 1988
Corporation
Kokura
No.2 (2,150 m3): blown in: Apr. 2002
Sintering Kashima
No.2
plant
No.3
Sumikin Iron & Steel No.4
Corporation
No.5
Kokura
No.3
Coke
Kashima
No.1 (4,700 tons per day)
oven
No.2 (5,500 tons per day)
Sumikin Iron & Steel No.1 (3,200 tons per day)
Corporation
No.4 (1,600 tons per day)
No.5 (2,010 tons per day)
Converter Kashima
No.1 Steelmaking
250t/time x 3
(Combination Blowing)
(Dephosphorization x 1)
(Decarburization x 2)
No.2 Steelmaking
250t/time x 2
(Combination Blowing)
(Decarburization)
Completion
Sep. 2004
May 2007
Jul. 2009
Feb. 1988
Apr. 2002
Feb. 1973
Aug. 1977
Nov. 1968
Dec. 1969
Apr. 1977
Jan. 1971
Mar. 1973
May 2009
Mar. 1967
May 1968
Feb. 1973
Jun. 1974
Facilities ● 71
Equipment Works
Converter Sumikin Iron & Steel Steelmaking
Corporation
(Combination Blowing)
Kokura
Electric
furnace
Steelmaking
(Combination Blowing)
Osaka Steel Works Steelmaking, Forging
Sumikin Iron & Steel Stainless Steelmaking
Corporation
Secondary Kashima
refining
No.1 Steelmaking
refining
(Decarburization x 2)
70t/time x 4
Oct. 2010
(Dephosphorization x 1)
(Decarburization x 3)
40t/time x 1
80t/time x 1
Jun. 1995
Oct. 1969
RH (250t/time)
Mar. 1995
RH (250t/time) x 2
RH (210t/time) x 2
VOD (80t/time)
Jun. 1983
Jul. 1999
Jan. 1990
Stainless Steelmaking
Steelmaking, Forging
AOD (80t/time)
VIM (3.5t/time)
Steelmaking, Forging
Steelmaking, Forging
ESR (5t/time)
ESR (15t/time)
Jan. 1977
Aug. 1991
Mar. 1983
No.2 Steelmaking
Sumikin Iron & Steel Steelmaking
Corporation
Stainless Steelmaking
Secondary Osaka Steel Works
Completion
210t/time x 3
Jul. 1999
(Dephosphorization x 1)
Steelmaking, Forging
Steelmaking, Forging
Steelmaking, Forging
Kokura
Steelmaking
Steelmaking
Steelmaking
Steelmaking
Steelmaking
Blooming Kashima
No.2 Steelmaking
Sumikin Iron & Steel Slab
Corporation
Kokura
Blooming
Continuous Kashima
No.1 (for slab)
casters
VAR (3t/time)
VAR (10t/time)
LFV (40t/time)
No.1 RH (70t/time)
VAD (70t/time)
No.1 LF (70t/time)
No.2 RH (70t/time)
No.2 LF (70t/time)
No.2 (for slab)
No.3 (for slab)
No.3-3 (for slab)
Sumikin Iron & Steel No.1 SL-CC (for stainless slab)
Corporation
No.3 SL-CC (for slab, bloom)
No.1 R-CC (for round billet)
BL-CC (for bloom)
Kokura
No.3 (for bloom)
No.4 (for bloom)
72 ● Facilities
Nov. 2003
Jun. 1991
Jun. 2006
May 1984
Apr. 2000
Sep. 1979
Aug. 1996
Dec. 2009
Dec. 2009
Dec. 1970
Jun. 1969
Feb. 1962
Sep. 1972
(repaired in
Jul. 2007)
May 1974
(repaired in
May 2000)
Jun. 1983
Oct. 1999
Jan. 1969
Oct. 1981
Jul. 1996
Jan. 1979
Jun. 1995
Dec. 2009
Equipment
Large
shape
Medium
bars
Wire rods
Works
Kashima
Completion
Apr. 1975
Kokura
Naoetsu
Bars
Steel plate, shaped steel
Apr. 1976
Jan. 1970
Kokura
Wire rods
Oct. 1970
Equipment Works
Plate mill Kashima
Naoetsu
Specification
Completion
(width)
1,000 ∼ 5,230mm Oct. 1970
(thickness)
4.5 ∼ 320mm
Steel plate,
shaped steel
Hot strip Kashima
mill
Cold strip Kashima
No.1
mill
(maximum length)
52m
(width)
500 ∼ 1,600mm Jun. 1979
(thickness)
3 ∼ 100mm
(maximum length)
14m
(width)
650 ∼ 1,653mm Apr. 1969
(thickness)
1.2 ∼ 25.4mm
(width)
600 ∼ 1,625mm Oct. 1971
(thickness)
No.2
Wakayama
No.1
Reverse
Naoetsu
4high/6high
6high
20high
Electrolytic Kashima
galvanizing
line
Hot-dip
Kashima
galvanizing
line
No.1
No.2
No.1
No.2
No.3
Wakayama
No.3
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
(width)
(thickness)
0.25 ∼ 3.2mm (repaired in
Apr. 1983)
600 ∼ 1,880mm Apr. 1993
0.35 ∼ 2.4mm
610 ∼ 1,270mm Apr. 1963
0.15 ∼ 2.3mm
610 ∼ 1,320mm Feb. 1988
0.15 ∼ 3.2mm
600 ∼ 1,350mm Sep. 1960
0.3 ∼ 6mm
300 ∼ 650mm Apr. 1990
0.05 ∼ 1.5mm
775 ∼ 1,250mm Oct. 1962
0.1 ∼ 6.0mm
600 ∼ 1,600mm Feb. 1984
0.3 ∼ 1.6mm
600 ∼ 1,650mm Jul. 1988
0.3 ∼ 2.3mm
610 ∼ 1,250mm Jun. 1977
0.35 ∼ 4.5mm
610 ∼ 1,830mm Jan. 1992
0.35 ∼ 2.3mm
600 ∼ 1,650mm Dec. 2006
0.40 ∼ 1.6mm
600 ∼ 1,830mm Jan. 1988
0.35 ∼ 1.6mm
Facilities ● 73
Seamless Wakayama
mill
Mannesmann Mandrel mill
(outer diameter) 73.0 ∼ 182.0mm Feb. 1968
<Kainan area>〔Small-size seamless
4.5 ∼ 46mm
pipe mill (west mill)〕
(wall thickness)
Mannesmann Mandrel mill
(maximum length)
14m
(outer diameter) 25.4 ∼ 141.3mm Jan. 1983
〔Small-size seamless
pipe mill (east mill)〕
Mannesmann Mandrel mill
Wakayama
<Wakayama 〔Medium-size seamless
area>
(wall thickness)
(wall thickness)
Steel Tube
Ugine-Sejournet
Works
Extrusion mill
(maximum length)
13.2m
(outer diameter) 42.7 ∼ 267.4mm Jan. 1968
(wall thickness)
3 ∼ 50mm
Ehrhardt Push Bench
(maximum length)
15m
(outer diameter) 267.4 ∼ 949.3mm Mar. 1957
Electric
Kashima
resistance
welded
pipe mill
Large
Kashima
welded
pipe mill
Sumitomo Super-Welded
Works
Osaka Steel Works
Osaka Steel Works
Osaka Steel Works
15 ∼ 175mm
(maximum length)
9.5m
(outer diameter) 21.7 ∼ 114.3mm Oct. 1969
(wall thickness)
2.3 ∼ 10mm (repaired in
(maximum length)
12m Jan. 1985)
508(20φ) ∼ Oct. 1974
1,524(60φ)mm
(wall thickness) 6.4 ∼ 38.1mm
(maximum length)
18.3m
UO
Steel Tube Works
Thermatool Kashima
welded
H-shape mill
74 ● Facilities
4.0 ∼ 50.0mm
tube making mill〕
(wall thickness)
Equipment
Wheel
outer wheel
Forging
2.5 ∼ 40mm
(maximum length)
18m
(outer diameter) 139.8 ∼ 426.0mm Feb. 1997
(outer diameter)
Wheel
Outer wheel
Die forging
10,000 t x 1
16,000 t x1
6,500 t x1
5,000 t x1
Axle forging(150,000 pieces/ year)
Free forging
3,000 TVP x 1
3,000 THP x 1
Super forging press
1,500 t x 1
Completion
Jul. 1959
May 1975
Sep. 1971
Jun. 1981
Jul. 1991
Sep. 2001
Mar. 1969
Sep. 1999
Mar. 1935
Mar. 1997
Oct. 1973

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