• Q How does coil slitting work?

    A Slitting is when a steel coil is fed through the machine or slitting line, cutting it into narrower strips. These strips can are rewound into smaller rolls for efficient storage and transportation purposes. It is able to cut the steel sheet into strands of nominated thicknesses.
  • Q What are the benefits of steel coil processing?

    One of the greatest advantages of processing coiled steel is its compatibility with automated systems. These types of systems allow for higher productivity and lower costs, resulting in a more consistent end product and a lower price.
    Coils are also an efficient form for transporting large volumes of thin steel, again increasing the efficacy of the entire processing industry.
    One of the caveats of a highly automated process is that you cannot really adjust the process on the fly. Due to this limited flexibility, it is best to limit steel coil processing to consistent, high volume production lines.
  • Q What is a metal slitter machine?

    Metal slitters take wide coils and cut them down to narrower widths. This process can be done for inventory purposes or when a customer requires a specific width. Sheet metal slitting requires specialized machinery and, when it's done properly, can make additional processing faster and more precise.
  • Q What Material is used to make Cable Tray ?

    A Common cable trays are made of galvanized steel, stainless steel, aluminium, or glass-fibre reinforced plastic . The material for a given application is chosen based on where it will be used. Galvanized tray may be made of pre-galvanized steel sheet fabricated into tray, or may be hot-dip galvanized after fabrication. When galvanized tray is cut to length in the field, usually the cut surface will be painted with a zinc-rich compound to protect the metal from corrosion.
  • Q What is Cable Tray is used for?

    Several types of tray are used in different applications. A solid-bottom tray provides the maximum protection to cables, but requires cutting the tray or using fittings to enter or exit cables. A deep, solid enclosure for cables is called a cable channel or cable trough.
    A ventilated tray has openings in the bottom of the tray, allowing some air circulation around the cables, water drainage, and allowing some dust to fall through the tray. Small cables may exit the tray through the ventilation openings, which may be either slots or holes punched in the bottom. A ladder tray has the cables supported by a traverse bar, similarly to the rungs of a ladder , at regular intervals on the order of 4 to 12 inches (100 to 300 mm).
  • Q What is Cable Tray?

    In the electrical wiring of buildings, a cable tray system is used to support insulated electrical cables used for power distribution, control, and communication. Cable trays are used as an alternative to open wiring or electrical conduit systems, and are commonly used for cable management in commercial and industrial construction. They are especially useful in situations where changes to a wiring system are anticipated, since new cables can be installed by laying them in the tray, instead of pulling them through a pipe.
    A cable tray is a unit or assembly of units or sections and associated fittings forming a rigid structural system used to securely fasten or support cables and raceways.
  • Q What materials / finishes are available for the various cable tray systems?

    1. Steel 
    l  Plain
    l Pre-galvanized
    l Electrogalvanized
    l Hot-dip galvanized
    l Powder coated
    l Nickel plated
    l Stainless steel: type 304/316/316L
    2. Aluminum
    3. Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
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