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Rolled Alloys has started operating its new cut-to-length (CTL) line to process 0.125×48 inches-wide stainless steel and nickel alloys in Fairfield, Ohio.


The new line, which was commissioned for Rolled Alloys by Andritz Herr-Voss Stamco, has an incoming coil capacity of 20,000lb (9.071mt). 


Andritz said in a media statement on September 22, that the line was designed to meet Rolled Alloys’ requirements to process high-strength nickel alloys. The new CTL line includes two precision levelers and a precision roll feed control system along with a high-speed shear to cut both long- and short-blanks.


Rolled Alloys produces specialty alloys including titanium and stainless steel for the power generation, aerospace, oil and gas, pulp and paper, and desalination industry, offering heat and corrosion-resistant aerospace, titanium, and stainless alloys. The company has locations across the US, Canada, and Asia.

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