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Alumill Tech Gulf LLC is located in Ras Al Khaimah on a sprawling campus of over 55,000 square meters. Its aluminium rolling mill and coil coating line, which manufactures and coats aluminium coils and sheets, stands out with its ultra modern machinery.

ALUMILL PRODUCTION PROCESS

Melting and Holding Furnaces

Pure aluminum ingots are melted and alloyed with other elements by means of master alloy such as iron, silicon, manganese and magnesium. The material is analyzed and adjusted to ensure that the correct composition is achieved. This is then transferred to the holding furnace for direct casting.

Cast House

In cast house continuous casting and rolling process is adopted in which hot metal, after being continuously cast as cast coil form. In melting furnace alloyed preparation is taken place and there after hot metal is transferred to the holding furnace, then degassing and filtration is taking place.

Cold Rolling Mill

Cast coils are then processed in the cold rolling mill to customer’s required thickness and further treated in the annealing furnace to achieve the required temper and strength. The cold rolling mill machine is equipped with automatic gauge control (AGC) and able to produce the closest tolerance required meeting the stringent worldwide standards.

Finishing Tension Leveling Line

Cold Rolled Coils are processed in the Finishing Department for further process as per customer’s requirement as:
Tension leveling for improving the flatness of the material prior to coating and cut to length for final coil and sheet production
Side trimming for coated coils
Roll forming for roofing products

Colour Coating Line

The coil coating process is the most efficient means of coating aluminum. It is a continuous, high-volume process that produces a consistent product. The aluminum substrate gets degreased, chemically pre-treated and coated. Typical paint system requirements are formability, scratch-resistance, appearance, weather ability, etc.

Output per annum

ALUMINIUM COIL & SHEET

30,000

Metric Ton

IMPRESSIVE PRODUCTION FACILITY

The aluminium rolling mill and coating line division is also suitably supported by in house laboratory facilities and end-to-end material tests at all levels. The plant has an ultra modern state of the art machinery meeting the requirements of industrial and aluminum architecture segments with an uncompromising quality of the products. Its high tech machinery has a production capacity of 24,000 MT per annum for the caster and 18,000 MT per annum for the coating line.

PERFECT COMPOSITION

Pure aluminium ingots are melted and alloyed with other elements using master alloys such as iron, silicon, manganese and magnesium. The material is analysed and adjusted to ensure that the correct composition is achieved and then transferred to a holding furnace for direct casting.

CONTINUOUS CASTER

Alumill has set up a 24,000 MT per annum Rolled Products Unit, integrated with the cast house. This facility is for the production of aluminium cold rolled coils and sheets through the continuous caster route. The factory boasts of advanced technology from FATA Hunter, Italy.

SURFACE COATING LINE

The coil coating process is known to be one of most efficient means of coating aluminium. It is a continuous, high-volume process that produces a consistent product. The aluminium substrate gets degreased, chemically pre-treated and coated. The typical paint system requirements that need to be taken into account are formability, scratch-resistance, appearance, weather ability, etc.

CUSTOMISED FINISH

Cold Rolled Coils are processed in the Finishing Department for further processing as per customer’s requirement. This includes:
  • • Tension levelling for improving the flatness of the material prior to coating
  • • Cut to length for final coil and sheet production
  • • Side trimming for coated coils
  • • Roll forming for roofing products

In the Cast House, continuous casting and rolling process is adopted in which hot metal is continuously cast in cast coil form. In melting furnace, alloys are created and thereafter hot metal is transferred to the holding furnace. After this, degassing and filtration of the metal takes place. Subsequently the hot metal is solidified in the shape of strips, in coil form, in the caster machine with on-line edge milling, which then passes through multi-stage rolling mill.

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