Red Bud Industries to host coil processing seminar in Johannesburg

Also receives order from Allied Steelrode for stretcher leveller retrofit.

Red Bud Industries will be hosting a coil processing seminar at the Southern Sun O.R. Tambo International Airport Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 21 June 2017. Attendees will learn about blanking, multi-blanking, leveling, slitting, and a new process (EPS®) for hot roll black material along with learning how to apply new technology, improve tolerances, produce optimum flatness in material, and maximise overall efficiency.

A view of the dedicated Red Bud Industries’ cut-to-length line with Suregrip® stretcher leveller technology incorporated that was installed in 2015 at Allied Steelrode’s Meyerton facility

Featured speakers include Dean Linders, Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Red Bud Industries; Dr.-Ing Lutz- Stefan Henrich, Managing Director of Schnutz GmbH; Rob Barclay of Messerfabrik Neuenkamp GmbH and Jeff Herrell of Red Bud Industries.

If you would like to attend the seminar contact Dean Linders of Red Bud Industries on email

Stretcher leveller retrofit order for Allied Steelrode
Red Bud Industries have also announced that they have received an order for a 13 metre x 2 130mm stretcher leveller retrofit from Allied Steelrode, a steel service centre, located in Randhart, Alrode, Gauteng. The new stretcher will complement a complete Red Bud Line with a stretcher leveller that was installed in 2015 at Allied Steelrode’s Meyerton facility.

A Red Bud stretcher leveller can produce flat, stable material while operating virtually independent of incoming strip shape and severity. The unit also features Red Bud’s Suregrip® metallic grippers that prevent slippage when running high strength and/or oily material. The operator simply stretches the material until it is flat. The result is a flat product that will stay flat and is particularly well suited for laser cutting applications where flatness is essential.

The Suregrip trademark is registered with the US patent and trademark office.

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