A slitting line produces longitudinal cuts in a master coil of steel to predetermined narrower widths. These smaller coils or strips are then sent to service centers for manufacturing products such as purlins, C sections, tube producers or roll forming houses that will use the material in their final product Cut-to-length (LCT) lines are designed to transform a parent coil into flat sheets
Shot blasting is a resurfacing process used to remove debris and irregularities from concrete, metal, and other industrial surfaces. While similar to the sand blasting process, shot blasting is different in both execution and effectiveness. Primer painting in the same line immediately after shot blasting is important to ensure than no rust will start building, when the pores are open because of the shot blasting.