The process of continuous casting is done to provide molten steel to the mould from a vessel called tundish. This intermediate vessel is used to give a proper flow to the molten metal or alloy so that the mould gets properly filled in the copper moulds of a continuous casting process.
The tundish bottom has one or more holes with slide gate(s) or stopper rod(s) for controlling the metal flow. It is used to feed liquid steel into the copper moulds of a continuous casting machine, so as to avoid splashing and give a smoother flow.
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