ArcelorMittal Brazil has once more selected a Danieli Centro Maskin NGS16 belt-driven billet-grinding machine for its billet grinding operations. This will be third NGS16 supplied to the Brazilian producer, following two other units supplied in the past. NGS16 grinders ensure extreme reliability combined with operational flexibility and easy maintenance. The selected grinding unit will be equipped with 90-45 degree, variable stepless grinding capability, Hi-Grind pressure control system and a belt-driven spindle with 200 kW of power. The new line is scheduled for commissioning and entering into operation within the first quarter of 2023.The conditioning process will cover 150mm and 170mm square billets in lengths up to 13 meters, managing 48,000 tonnes per year in output, all in full-skin mode at variable grinding depths.