Join ArcelorMittal at Coiltech Germany held in Augsburg on 29 and 30 March 2023. Coiltech Germany is a compact event which attracts leading players in the electrical steels sector. Our electrical steels team will be available at the booth 3-C18, hall 3 to discuss our latest solutions for your industrial and mobility applications.
ArcelorMittal’s new electrical steel mill in Mardyck (France) will be a key area of discussion with customers at the fair.
"When it comes onstream in 2024, Mardyck will triple ArcelorMittal’s capacity for electrical steel production. This will provide customers with an additional production facility as Europe transitions to more sustainable mobility and energy independence. The new production lines at ArcelorMittal Mardyck will complement those of Saint-Chély-d’Apcher, ArcelorMittal’s existing electrical steels plant.”
Cristina de Lucas, ArcelorMittal CMO for Electrical Steels
ArcelorMittal offers electrical steels for both automotive and non-automotive industrial applications. We made a point to represent both product lines at our booth at Coiltech Germany 2023 and will be open to hold discussions on our specific products, solutions and service offer.
“Coiltech Germany gives customers the perfect opportunity to meet ArcelorMittal’s key electrical steel personnel including our technical, sales, R&D, and marketing teams. They will be available to help you identify the right solution for your electrical steel challenges.”
Eric Werner, ArcelorMittal Sales Director for Electrical Steels
The World Magnetic Conference will be held as part of Coiltech Germany. Dr. Ahmed Abouelyazied, electromagnetic research engineer at ArcelorMittal Global R&D Gent will be there to present a paper on higher-strength, low-loss iCARe® 420 Save.
Join the session on the 30 March at 11h in Hall 2.
"These grades are the ideal choice to simultaneously provide the higher yield strength and consequently a higher fatigue limit necessary for optimum rotor designs. They also offer low magnetic losses in a wide frequency range for both stator and rotor cores. Thanks to the improved motor design enabled by the iCARe® 420 Save grade, the energy consumption of traction motors will be improved leading to an extended driving range or less battery size in electric vehicles."
Ahmed Abouelyazied, Electromagnetic Research Engineer at ArcelorMittal Global R&D Gent
Electrical steels are the central material to shape the motors of electric cars. Did you know that an electric car uses on average 50 kg of electrical steel for its traction?