A ring rolling machine is used to shape a metal blank into a circle to produce seamless rolled rings. There are no connections or welds in these seamless rings. They are ideal for demanding applications in sectors including aerospace, oil and gas, and power generation because of their superior strength, structural integrity, and fatigue resistance.
To make a ring-shaped piece of metal, the ends of a metal strip or plate are welded together. They are frequently utilised in applications that call for greater diameters or thicker cross sections. Agriculture, machinery, and the transportation and transportation industries can all benefit from the economical solutions offered by welded rolled rings.
Contoured rings feature an irregular cross-section or a non-circular shape. They are utilised in situations where the ring must fit a particular geometry or carry out a specific task. Forging or precision machining techniques can be used to create contoured rings, which can be customised to fit the specific needs of sectors including hydraulic systems, aircraft, and the automotive.
On either one or both of the ring’s sides, flanged rings have an expanded rim or flange. The flange adds more surface area for connecting or attaching reasons. In sectors including automotive, construction, and heavy machinery where reliable mounting or fastening is crucial, flanged rings are frequently utilised.
Serrated rings have several ridges or serrations running the length of its diameter. When the ring is utilised as a locking mechanism or for sealing applications, these grooves improve the grip or offer sealing capabilities. Serrated rings are frequently used in fields including oil and gas, fluid power, and industrial machinery.
A profiled ring is one that has a cross-sectional profile that has been specifically created to satisfy the needs of a given application. To accommodate particular components or systems, these rings may have intricate curves, features, or shapes. Numerous industries, such as the automobile, aerospace, and industrial machines, use profiled rings
Omsteel Co. is dedicated to providing ring rollings of the finest calibre. To ensure that the finished products meet or exceed client expectations, they strictly adhere to quality control standards throughout the manufacturing process.
Omsteel Co. is aware that various applications call for particular ring diameters, geometries, and sizes. They provide alternatives for customisation so that customers can have their rings made specifically for them. Included in this is the capability to create rings out of a variety of materials, including steel, aluminium, titanium, and other alloys.
We use cutting-edge CNC equipment and highly qualified specialists to produce accurate and exact ring rollings. They are able to adhere to exacting dimensional standards and tight tolerances, guaranteeing the rings’ compliance with the application’s criteria.
We have a wealth of experience working with various materials used in ring rollings. They are able to choose the best material for each unique application by taking into account elements like strength, corrosion resistance, and temperature resistance since they are knowledgeable about the characteristics and behavior of different metals and alloys.
To maximize production effectiveness, Omsteel Co. makes use of cutting-edge ring rolling machinery and simplified manufacturing procedures. As a result, they are able to supply ring rollings on schedule without sacrificing quality.
We test and inspect their ring rollings thoroughly to make sure they adhere to the highest requirements. For example, non-destructive testing, dimensional inspection, and material analysis could be used to confirm the reliability and calibre of the final goods.
Ring rollings from Omsteel Co. are used in a variety of sectors, including the aerospace, automotive, energy, and industrial ones. They have experience manufacturing ring rollings for a variety of uses, including gears and other crucial parts as well as bearing races and flanges.
Ring rolling is a forming process for the production of rings. Commonly a headed and pierced ring is used as raw part to be expanded and possibly profiled with a ring rolling machine. Two or more rotating dies (rollers) are used for this purpose. By reducing the wall thickness and the height of the ring, the diameter of the ring increases while maintaining a constant volume. Profiled rollers enable the production of near net shape ring cross sections.