Going electric: The state of the art in silicon-steel rolling
Electrical steels are on the rise, but what does it take to manufacture them? This session looks at a selection of unique technological solutions that make the production of grain-oriented and non-grain-oriented steels a reality.
This presentation was part of the Pioneers Connect 21 virtual conference by Primetals Technologies, held April 13–14, 2021.
Head of Technical Sales Cold Mills Europe, Primetals Technologies
Roland holds a master's degree in mechatronic engineering from Linz University of Technology. During the first five years of his career he worked as process engineer at Primetals Technologies in the field of cold rolling. From 2010 to 2020 he was working as a technical sales manager and as lead engineer after successful sales especially in the field of continuous tandem cold mills.In 2020 he was appointed Head of Cold Rolling at Primetals Technologies.
Dr. Konrad Krimpelstätter
Head of Technology and Innovation for Hot Rolling, Pickling and Cold Rolling
Konrad completed his master’s degree in Mechatronics in 2001 and his doctoral thesis in 2005 at the Johannes Kepler University Linz. In 2004 he joined Primetals Technologies in Linz as calculation and process engineer for cold rolling and pickling. In 2011 he became Head of Technology and Innovation for Hot Rolling, Pickling and Cold Rolling. Mr. Krimpelstaetter is well known in the scientist steel community and is author of more than 90 technical papers on international conferences and magazines. He has inventor of numerous pioneering technologies in the metals industry with many patents worldwide.
Head of Marketing & Communications
Since 2016 Gerlinde has been working as Head of Marketing and Communications at Primetals Technologies.