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भारत की स्टील उत्कृष्टता: गुणवत्ता वाले उत्पादों के लिए आपका विश्वसनीय स्रोत।

Saluja Gold is dedicated to providing unique product advantages that enhance productivity and profitability in steel usage for the end user. We consistently deliver quality, uniformity in grades, dimensions, and tolerances, ensuring our superior products come with a range of inherent benefits.

With four fully functional steel manufacturing units in West Bengal, Saluja Gold boasts a pan India Sales and Marketing network supported by an efficient and dynamic logistics system.

Our products offer unmatched stability, ductility, enhanced durability, and ease of workability. Saluja Gold is renowned for producing the best quality TMT Bars in India at our state-of-the-art Integrated Steel Plants. When it comes to TMT Bars, our primary focus is on extreme strength and flexibility.

Additionally, our offerings demonstrate excellent application, ensuring prolonged product lifespan. Presently, Saluja Gold operates four fully operational units in West Bengal, including an advanced integrated steel plant in Durgapur, equipped with facilities like DRI Unit, SMS Unit (EAF), Continuous Billet Casting Mill, a sophisticated Rolling Mill, and fully-equipped Testing Laboratories.

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Variety of Premium Steel Solutions:

Saluja Gold TMT Rebars

TMT bars, also known as Thermo Mechanically Treated bars, are a type of reinforcement steel used in construction. TMT bars are made from high-strength steel and undergo a thermo-mechanical treatment process that involves rapid cooling of the hot-rolled steel bars in water.

This process of rapid cooling quenches the outer surface of the TMT bar, creating a hardened outer layer, while the core remains soft and ductile. This unique combination of strength and ductility makes TMT bars an ideal material for use in construction, as they provide excellent resistance to bending, twisting, and fatigue.

TMT bars are available in various grades, depending on the strength and other properties required for the specific application. They are commonly used in the construction of buildings, bridges, dams, and other infrastructure projects, where their high strength and durability are essential. TMT bars are also preferred over other types of reinforcement steel due to their superior corrosion resistance, weldability, and ease of handling and transportation.


Sponge iron

also known as direct reduced iron (DRI), is a type of iron produced by removing oxygen from iron ore through a chemical reduction process, using natural gas or coal as a reducing agent. This process takes place in a rotary kiln, which is a large, refractory-lined cylindrical chamber. The result is a highly porous, metallic material that resembles a sponge, hence the name “sponge iron.”

Sponge iron is typically used as a substitute for scrap in electric arc furnaces (EAFs) and basic oxygen furnaces (BOFs) for the production of steel. It is also used as a feedstock in the production of wrought iron and cast iron. Because it is a high-purity form of iron, sponge iron can be used to produce high-quality steel grades that are used in a variety of applications, including automobiles, construction materials, and consumer goods.



Billet refers to a semi-finished product made of steel, aluminium, or other metals that is typically used in the production of other metal products. Billets are usually rectangular or square in shape, and are produced through a process of casting or rolling.

Billets are commonly used as feedstock for the production of bars, rods, tubes, wire, and other metal products that require further processing. They are also used in the forging process, where they are heated and then hammered or pressed into shape.

Billets come in various sizes, depending on the application and the production process used. They are usually sold by weight or by length, and are often stored and transported in large stacks or bundles.



LRF stands for “Ladle Refining Furnace,” which is a secondary refining process used in the production of steel. The LRF is a metallurgical vessel used to refine and adjust the chemical composition and temperature of liquid steel, which is usually obtained from a primary steelmaking process such as the Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF) or Electric Arc Furnace (EAF).

In the LRF process, the liquid steel is transferred from the primary steelmaking vessel to the LRF ladle. The ladle is then transported to the LRF station, where the liquid steel is refined by adding various alloys and fluxes, which help to remove impurities and adjust the chemical composition. The LRF also helps to control the temperature and reduce the gas content of the liquid steel.

The LRF process is important for improving the quality and consistency of the steel, and for ensuring that it meets the specific requirements of the customer or the end-use application. The LRF process is widely used in the steel industry, and is an important step in the production of high-quality steel products.

Wire rod

Wire rod refers to a long, thin metal product that is typically made of steel or aluminium, and is used as a raw material for the production of various metal products, such as wire, mesh, nails, screws, and other fasteners. Wire rods are produced by hot rolling, which involves passing a metal bar or billet through a series of rollers at high temperatures to reduce its diameter and increase its length.

Wire rods are available in a wide range of sizes and grades, depending on the application and the intended use. They are usually sold in coils, and can be further processed by drawing, cold rolling, or heat treatment to achieve the desired properties and dimensions.

Wire rod is an essential raw material in the metalworking industry, and is widely used in construction, automotive, manufacturing, and other industrial sectors. It is also used in the production of various consumer goods, such as appliances, electronics, and furniture.