TradeWheel Provides High-Quality Tested Billets
Billets are semi-finished small pieces of metal such as steel that is either circular, rectangular, or square in shape. It is basically a semi-finished casted product obtained by the continuous rolling of ingots on a rolling mill or casting of steel. They need further processing before becoming the finished good. They are used as a starting material or feedstock or raw material in forging, extrusion, rolling, and other processes of metal operations.
TradeWheel has leading suppliers, manufacturers, retailers, and wholesalers of billets having different functional shapes and sizes. The unformed billets can be used in currency striking such as coins or as reserves which are similar to gold bars. Our final billet products include wire and bar stock. We also provide short circular tubes of billets produced by centrifugal casting usually to achieve a precise metallurgical structure.
Billets provided by our b2b company have a specific grain structure enabling the more intricately processing of metals. Our steel billets are known for their ductility and malleability, especially when exposed to varying temperatures during molding and shaping. The proper casting of the billet is very important and our manufacturers ensure you the properly manufactured quality billets having the desired strength and flexibility. Billets having voids and cracks between cooling and heating processes can defect the product and the product becomes useless therefore to avoid these defects our billets undergo a number of tests before they are sold to the customers. So, you can trust our b2b company in terms of quality as we only provide quality products.
Our complete product array is manufactured under skilled professional's supervision using excellent quality raw materials. Our manufacturers are known to make use of the most sophisticated and latest equipment and machinery to fabricate the products. Our products serve chief sources of raw materials for various industrial fields including heavy metal industry, construction, allied and automobile sectors.