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Coil Charging Process An operator at Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary cuts flat sheet.
Coil Charging Process The coil charging process is demonstrated in the Flat Rolled Product division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Loop Control Pit The Flat Rolled Product division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary can produce flat sheet in a variety of thicknesses and widths.
Cold Rolling Cold rolling hot coils sit in the Flat Rolled Product division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Banding An employee marks the finished coil at the Flat Rolled Product division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Coils at Delivery Finished hot rolled coils wait to be transported to cooling and storage places on the delivery conveyor of the hot mill in the Flat Rolled Product division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Roller Table The roller table of the hot mill rolls slabs into hot coils in the Flat Rolled Product division at Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Cold Mill Hot rolled coils are processed through a cold mill at the Flat Rolled Products division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Slit Coils Slit coils are stacked on annealing plates before receiving heat treatment in the Flat Rolled Product division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Coils Enter Cold Mill Hot rolled coils enter a cold mill at the Flat Rolled Products division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Cold Mill Exit An operator in the Flat Rolled Products division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary fixes a tread coil with a steel band on the exit side of a cold mill.
Slab Scalper A machine scalps the top and bottom side of the rolling slab at the Flat Rolled Product division of Alcoa-Kofem Kft. in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
Aluminum Plate This is one of several horizontal heat-treat furnaces at Alcoa’s Davenport Works. It is used for heat treating aluminum plate.
Cold Mill Craning a coil of aluminum can sheet off the exit end of the continuous cold mill at Tennessee Operations.
Cold Mill The interior of the continuous cold mill tower at Tennessee Operations. The mill runs 24/7.
Slitter The Alcoa Warrick Operations' super slitter cuts a coil into the final width for a beverage customer.
Reversing Mill An ingot passes through the reversing mill at Alcoa Warrick Operations to reduce the thickness on the way to becoming a coil.
Cold Mill A coil is unloaded after being processed at Alcoa Warrick Operations' #2 cold mill.
Coil Stock Buffer stocks of automotive coils at Alcoa Danville Works.
Aluminum Sheet Alcoa Samara launched a new high-tech coating line for aluminum sheet that will serve customers in Russia and Europe with can body stock, end and tab stock. (2009)
Aluminum Sheet The new coating line of Alcoa Samara is the only one of its kind in Russia and raises Alcoa to the worldwide leadership position in all aspects of can material production capability. (2009)
Aluminum Sheet Alcoa Samara Plant in Russia. The new state-of-the-art coating line for production of high-quality coated sheet used in the packaging market for aluminum soft drink and beer cans as well as serving the building and construction markets. (2009)
Aluminum Sheet Production capacity of the new Samara coating line is approximately 60,000 tons per year. the first products were shipped to customers in June 2009.
Aluminum Sheet The newly commissioned slitter line at Samara, Russia, is producing can sheet for the beer and beverage market, delivering higher quality, wider and heavier coils to meet the demands of customers.
Aluminum Plate Aerospace plates, Belaya Kalitva plant, Russia. Investments were made to provide the aerospace and defense industry with new products like aerospace plate, sheet, etc.
Coil Stock Cold roll storage. Alcoa, Tennessee, USA.
Warm Mill Stock Alcoa Australia Rolled Products operates two rolling mills at Point Henry near Geelong in Victoria and Yennora in Western Sydney, NSW. Alcoa ARP is the largest supplier of aluminum rolled products to the Australian market.
Can Sheet The 96” Mill is the second of three hot mills at Alcoa Tennessee Operations. The mill reduces aluminum can sheet from 21 inches thick to 1.5 inches.