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TENOVA (LOI THERMPROCESS GMBH)ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY FOR METAL INDUSTRY
 
 
 
Tenova (Loi Thermprocess Gmbh) is a leading global supplier of reheating furnaces for ferrous and non ferrous material and heat treatment furnaces for the steel, aluminium and automobile industries. Its technological market leadership is undisputed and is backed by hundreds of reference plants. The industrial furnaces leadership draws from the long lasting experience inherited from Italimpianti and LOI brands.

Its distinctive capability is to provide custom engineered furnaces to its clients. Some of the largest, widest, most efficient furnaces in the world are to its credit. Tenova offers a fully integrated range of high quality products, technologies and services for the steel making route, from iron and ferroalloy ores and scrap up to liquid steel. Tenova is strongly focused towards the global market combining process automation and metallurgical know-how to enhance the value delivered to the customer.

Metals products and technologies include:

• Fully integrated electric arc furnaces steel making from iron and scrap up to liquid steel;
• Thermal processing from reheating to heat treatment of high quality flat and long products;
• Processing of metal strips from hot strip mill down to all final products;
• Cold rolling mills and auxiliary equipment for ferrous and non-ferrous flat strip products;
• Fully automated roll shops for hot strip and cold mills.

Tenova is a combination of several competences and business units able to supply worldwide Direct Reduction Plants, Electric Arc Furnaces with the unique continuous preheating and charging Consteel®, secondary metallurgy equipments as Ladle Furnaces and Vacuum Degassing systems including the refining equipment for BF/BOF route (RH) and all relevant accessories and ancillaries. Tenova is a one stop shop for the requirements of electric steelmaking industry and their upstream suppliers.

Tenova employs over 600 people: a network in which the fluid exchange of information and know-how triggers cross-fertilisation, a process lying at the base of scientific culture and the growth of knowledge which also involves the customers.