Dalmia Seven recently announced the launch of a new monolithics production line at its facility in Katni in Madhya Pradesh.
Withe an enhanced capacity of 45,000 MT per annum, the expansion will help meet the rising demand of high grade refractory products from steel and cement producers in India. Dalmia Seven is a joint venture between the Dalmia Bharat Group and Seven Refractories of Europe and part of the group's refractory business.
Refractory material is used in the iron and steel and cement industry for lining the furnaces, ladle or any huge containers where molten metal is stored until further process or during the process, due to its ability to withstand high temperatures.
"The new development not only addresses the increasing demand for clean steel production in India but also fulfills our commitment to continued technological investment as our country ramps up its infrastructural growth," said Sameer Nagpal, group CEO of refractory business at Dalmia Bharat group.
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