Aluminium Slitting line

Aluminium Slitting line

The aluminum slitting machine, with its precision cutting and high-speed operation, has made the production of aluminum strips more efficient than ever before. With this equipment, manufacturers can meet the demands of various industries while maintaining the quality and integrity of their products. 

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Aluminum Coil Slitting Machine 

 Aluminium Slitting line ,One of the biggest advantages of the Aluminum Slitting line is its ability to maintain the quality and integrity of the aluminum strips. The machine's precise cutting mechanism ensures that the edges are clean and free from any burrs or deformities. This level of precision is crucial in industries where even the smallest imperfections can affect the performance and durability of the final product.

Furthermore, the Aluminum Slitting line offers flexibility in terms of customization. Manufacturers can easily adjust the width of the slit strips according to their specific requirements. This level of versatility allows for greater innovation and creativity in product design and development.

 

Aluminum strip Slitting Machine

The Aluminium Slitting line operates with precision and efficiency, ensuring that each coil is cut to the exact specifications required by the customer. This level of accuracy is crucial for maintaining the quality and integrity of the aluminum coils throughout the production process. Not only does the Aluminum Slitting line offer exceptional precision, but it also boasts an impressive speed, allowing manufacturers to meet high production demands without compromising on quality.

Aluminium Slitting Line Technical Specification

  1. Material Specifications:
    • Material Type: Primarily aluminum coils of various alloys (e.g., AA1050, AA3003, AA5052).
    • Material Thickness: The range of thicknesses the machine can handle, typically from 0.1 mm to 4.0 mm.
    • Coil Width: Range of widths the machine can process, typically from 100 mm to 2000 mm.
  2. Slitting Parameters:
    • Number of Slitting Blades: Specifies how many blades are used simultaneously for cutting.
    • Minimum Strip Width: The narrowest width of the strips that can be produced, typically down to 10 mm or less.
    • Tolerance: Precision in maintaining strip width consistency across the coil length, often specified within ± 0.1 mm to ± 0.5 mm.
  3. Line Speed and Capacity:
    • Line Speed: The operating speed of the slitting line, ranging from 50 meters per minute (m/min) to 300 m/min.
    • Maximum Coil Weight: The maximum weight of the coil that the line can handle, typically up to 20 tons.
    • Maximum Coil Outer Diameter (OD): The maximum diameter of the coil that can be processed, often up to 2000 mm.
  4. Feeding and Uncoiling System:
    • Coil Car: Equipment for loading and unloading coils onto the slitting line.
    • Decoiler: Device for unwinding the coil, usually with hydraulic or motorized options.
    • Loop Control: System to maintain proper tension and material flow during operation.
  5. Slitting and Recoiling System:
    • Slitting Heads: Units equipped with precision slitting knives or rotary shear for clean, accurate cuts.
    • Separators: Mechanism to separate and guide the individual strips after slitting.
    • Recoiler: Device for rewinding the slit strips into coils of specified dimensions with tight tolerances.
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