Coil Leveling

What is Coil Leveling?

Coil Leveling is the process of unspooling rolled coil alloys, breaing tkhe memory and resetting the alloy flat. Coils are loaded into the mandrels, pass through a series of rolls and then cut to length by the shear in the coil line. Coil sheets are flattened to ASTM specifications.

Capabilities

  • .020” to .080” thick:  +1/8”, -0” on lengths up to 144”
  • .020” to .080” thick:  +1/16”, -0” on lengths up to 72”
  • .075” to ½” thick:  +1/8”, -0”
  • .075” to ½” thick:  Maximum cut length is 320"
  • Diagonal tolerance on the sheet coil leveling line is 1/8" maximum
  • PVC and Paper Interleaving capabilities