ArcelorMittal Dofasco

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A view of Hamilton Bay showing ArcelorMittal Dofasco's docks and blast furnaces. On weekends it is not unusual for local sailors to explore the industrial end of the bay

Country: Canada
Date: 01.06.2005
Author: V. Beniusis

Electric arc furnace

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Production site of Differdange, Luxembourg. A furnace for scrap-based steelmaking. Once the furnace is charged and covered, graphite electrodes are lowered through holes in the roof. The electric arc travelling between the electrodes and the metallic charge creates intense heat which melts the scrap. Alloying elements can be added during the process

Country: Luxembourg

ArcelorMittal Vega

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The ArcelorMittal Vega plant is a flat carbon steel cold rolling, pickling and galvanizing unit located at São Francisco do Sul, Brazil

Country: Brazil
Date: 01.04.2004
Author: André Kopsch

ArcelorMittal Tubarão

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Construction of a third blast furnace that enabled the production capacity of the plant to be increased from 5 to 7.5 million tonnes. The plant in Tubarão produces flat carbon steel: slabs (semi-finished products) and hot-rolled coils

Country: Brazil
Date: 01.01.2006

ArcelorMittal Tubarão

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ArcelorMittal Tubarão in Brazil, is one of the world's most competitive producers of flat carbon steels

Country: Brazil
Date: 01.06.2004

ArcelorMittal corporate headquarters

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Historical building in Luxembourg, avenue de la Liberté

Country: Luxembourg
Date: 01.07.2005
Author: Claudine Bosseler

ArcelorMittal corporate headquarters

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ArcelorMittal corporate headquarters in Luxembourg, with Bernard Venet's sculptures

Country: Luxembourg
Date: 01.07.2005
Author: Claudine Bosseler

ArcelorMittal corporate headquarters

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ArcelorMittal corporate headquarters in Luxembourg, with Bernard Venet's sculptures

Country: Luxembourg
Date: 01.07.2005
Author: Claudine Bosseler

ArcelorMittal Dofasco

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A view of Hamilton Bay showing ArcelorMittal Dofasco's docks and blast furnaces. On weekends it is not unusual for local sailors to explore the industrial end of the bay

Country: Canada
Date: 01.06.2005
Author: V. Beniusis

ArcelorMittal Dofasco Transport

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An operator standing in front of a slab hauler. Slabs are semi-finished steel products obtained by rolling ingots on a rolling mill or processed through a continuous caster and cut into various lengths. The slab has a rectangular cross section and is used as a starting material in the production process of flat products, i.e., hot rolled coils.

Country: Canada
Date: 01.02.2005
Author: V. Beniusis

ArcelorMittal Dofasco Coils

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An operator positions some coils at the entry end of the DoSol Galva Line

Country: Canada
Date: 01.05.2005
Author: V. Beniusis

ArcelorMittal Dofasco Galvanized strip

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Inspection of a galvanized strip at the exit looper of the DoSol Galva Line. Strips are flat steel coil products, with widths of less than 600mm for hot rolled products and less than 500mm for cold rolled products. The wider flat products are called wide strips

Country: Canada
Date: 01.05.2005
Author: V. Beniusis