There are two main methods for the industrial production of the Stainless Steel Composite Panel , explosive composite, and hot-rolled composite. Today we take a look at the characteristics of the hot-rolled composite process.
- It is produced by a large-scale medium plate rolling mill and hot continuous rolling mill, so the production efficiency is high and the supply speed is fast. The product format is large and the thickness can be freely combined. Stainless steel cladding thickness over 0.5mm can be produced. But the investment is large, so there are fewer manufacturers.
- Due to the limitation of the steel rolling compression ratio, the hot rolling production cannot produce composite steel plates with a thickness of 50mm or more, and it is not convenient to produce various small batches, round composite plates, and other special shapes. Advantages of hot-rolled composite panels 6, 8, and 10 mm thin-gauge composite panels. Under hot continuous rolling conditions, it can produce composite coils, reduce production costs, and meet more user needs.
- Under current technical conditions, the hot rolling process cannot directly produce titanium, copper, aluminum, and other non-ferrous metal composite plates.
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