Aluminium Slug Production Cost Analysis 2020

Aluminium slugs of different dimensions and shapes are applied in the production of tubes, cans, and other technical parts in the automotive or other types of industries. The slugs production process starts by casting a narrow strip from a foundry. The foundry producers narrowcast strips of different widths and from various alloys that are then hot- and cold-rolled, according to different thicknesses, and are coiled together. After that, the cold coils are constituted of input raw material for stamping slugs on stamping machines. There are about five stamping machines that are used for this purpose. Once the stamping process is completed, slugs are soft annealed and surface treated as well. The surface treatment is carried out by the means of sandblasting or vibrating. The surface treatment is then followed by packing and storing, as well as product dispatching to customers. Slugs are also stamped from alloys like EN AW 6082 and EN AW 3003, but the production process takes place in hot-rolled plates that are produced from rolling slabs. Aluminium slugs find its applications in food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, electrical, and automotive industries.

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