Two 48” wide slitters and one 24” wide slitter are available to slit a wide variety of material from 0.028” (22 Ga.) to 0.140” (10 Ga.) and as narrow as 0.375” wide.
Stainless steel has a terrific resistance to corrosion. Low maintenance and very familiar sheen make it highly requested in many different applications. Currently, there are over 150 grades of stainless steel. Out of those, fifteen are used most commonly.
The alloy itself is milled into many different shapes and sizes: sheets, strips, coils, tubing, bars, and wire. These, in turn, are manufactured into many different items for various applications, including petrochemical, aerospace, automotive, surgical, construction, and refineries, right down to common household products.
How Stainless Steel Coil Slitting is Performed
Stainless steel can be slit into many different widths. Every application requires its own stainless steel coil slitting capability. Stainless steel slitting proficiencies mean that all materials sent in to slit are done so according to the exact qualifications that are necessary for that particular job.To learn more about stainless steel slit coils, click here.