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About this Location

Zanesville Works is a finishing facility located on the Muskingum River in Zanesville, Ohio. Zanesville Works’ finishing facilities for electrical and stainless lines bring specialty flat-rolled process and product technology together with steels that meet the exact specifications and delivery requirements of customers.

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Production Facilities
  • Anneal and pickle line
  • Three strip anneal lines
  • Electric box annealing furnaces
  • Sendzimir (Z) mill
  • Two coating lines
  • One pickle/coat line
  • Slitting line
  • Packaging line
  • Regular Grain-Oriented (RGO) electric steels for power and distribution transformers offer an outstanding degree of grain orientation. The result is far lower transformer core loss than with non-oriented electrical steels.
  • Cold-rolled Non-Oriented (CRNO) electrical steels offer magnetic properties that are practically the same in any direction of magnetism. Non-oriented grades have superior permeability at high inductions, low average core loss, and good gauge uniformity.
  • Ferritic (Chrome) stainless steel grades are used in applications that need to withstand extreme heat and corrosive conditions.

Zanesville’s specialty flat-rolled steels enable customers to create various products, including motors, generators, transformers, and a host of other electrical devices.

Markets Served
  • Power and Distribution Transformers
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Zanesville Works has earned IATF 16949 and ISO9001 certification. The plant is also a recipient of several customer quality awards.