What is a billet of steel?

Steel billets are the second-stage product of steel production. They are hot-rolled and are taken out directly during casting process of steel. They are highly ductile and soft and produced in a square cross-section of area less than 36 sq.inches (230 sq. cm). Steel bars are produced by tight-rolling of steel billets.

In this regard, what is the difference between Bloom and Billet?

In very simple words here is the difference between Ingot, Bloom, Slab & Billet. Ingots are very large casting products, greater in size and shape than blooms, billets and slabs. Ingot generally has rectangular/square cross section, but it is not necessary that it should be uniform through out its length.

What is an ingot of silver?

Nationally recognized by all silver bullion and coin dealers, ingots are ideal for first time buyers and seasoned investors alike. Mint fresh beautifully struck silver ingots. Hallmark stamped made in the USA. Each ingot is minted from .999 + fine silver.

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