Our two slitting lines facilitate slitting from 1503 mm wide coils x 4mm thick down to 16 mm x 0.4 mm material. Items are packed to your specifications to 0 .3 mm tolerances. Max coil mass is 26 tons.
In converting, slitting refers to the process cutting large rolls of material into narrower rolls. The large roll is typically referred to as the master or parent roll. A slitter is a machine that converts a master roll into one or more narrower rolls.
Slitting is a metal manufacturing process wherein a coil of material, such as aluminum or steel, is slit into the lengths and widths specified by the end application. As the material runs through the machine, the steel rolls are moved through extremely sharp circular blades, making the cuts.
Slitter rewinder machines use three types of slitting methods to cut material: razor blade, shear cut, and score cut. The most appropriate slitting technique to use depends on a variety of factors, such as the type and thickness of the materials being processed.