Slitting Process

Slitting is a process of cutting larger width coils into narrower width coils with repetitive accuracy at a high speed. The process begins with the fitting of large steel coils onto an uncoiler drum whereby it is uncoiled and fed through a leveller to be flattened. Subsequently, the sheets are fed through a slitter to slit the sheets into strips of specific width.

After slitting, the strips are relayed through tension pads or synchro-wind rolls to provide tension prior to the recoiling process. The tensed strips are then recoiled using a recoiler to form slitted coils.


  • Thickness – 0.15mm to 3.00mm
  • Slitting Width – 22mm – 1250mm
  • Coil Width – 1250mm max
  • Material Processed – GI, PPGI, EG, ZnAl, P&O & CR
  • Coil Material Weight – 20MT Max
  • Coil Material ID – 508mm, 610mm & 762mm
  • Coil Material OD – 1800mm Max.