In a market where exceptional product quality is increasingly critical, keeping operating costs under control is paramount, and minimizing the environmental impact of operations is vital, it is essential that aluminum flat rollers have all the tools at their disposal to maximize plant performance. In this webinar we will look at one of the oldest and most diverse problems within aluminum cold rolling, that of ‘coolant carryover’. And the subsequent impact wet strip from the exit of the cold mill has on product yield, quality and process inefficiencies. Based on current reference examples, solutions for achieving optimal strip dryness and particularly strip edge dryness will be presented that enable maximum yields to be achieved, reductions in harmful emissions and enhanced quality as a means of differentiation.
Thursday, 29 April 2021, 15:00 - 15:45 CET
- Mill Managers, Plant Managers, Operations Managers
- Maintenance Managers
- Technology Managers, R&D Managers
- Procurement Managers, Investment Managers
- Client Project Managers
- Understand what strip dryness is in the context of aluminum cold rolling
- Learn how to improve strip edge dryness for maximum yield across the full product range
- Improve environmental credentials by reducing harmful emissions
- Identify opportunities to achieve significant cost savings through coolant recycling
Sales and Product Manager, Primetals Technologies
Nick has worked exclusively in the metals industry since 2003, delivering major new plant and upgrade projects within the rolling and processing sector, with extensive experience specifically in aluminum. Nicks roles have spanned many disciplines from fluids and mechanical engineering, project engineering, proposals and sales management. Nick joined Primetals Technologies ShapTech business in 2019 and is responsible for delivering sales of the ShapeTech product portfolio as well as sales of aluminum mill modernization and upgrade projects. Additionally, Nicks is also the product manager for the Edgewipe system that we will be featured and discussed in the webinar.
Head of Projects and Engineering, Primetals Technologies
David Parkin is Head of Projects and Engineering for Primetals Technologies’ UK-based ShapeTech operations. David has 20 years’ experience of delivering major new metals plant and upgrade projects, with extensive experience specifically in aluminium rolling. Since 1999, his roles have included responsibility for sales, engineering and project management. David joined Primetals Technologies in 2019 to lead the engineering team for the ShapeTech specialist product range. Additionally, David is responsible for the modernisation and upgrade of aluminum rolling mills, applying the products of tomorrow to existing rolling mills to enhance production and quality capabilities.
General Manager, Primetals Technologies
With over 20 years experience working in various manufacturing sectors Grant joined Primetals Technologies in 2018. With a background in automation engineering Grant is dedicated to leading a business that delivers SMART solutions to solve the quality and production challenges of the metals industry.