Cutting & Slitting Lines:

THE AUTHORITY IN CUT-TO-LENGTH & SLITTING LINES

We deliver state-of-the-art equipment with the highest quality, accuracy, and performance standards at a very competitive price. Our high-speed lines combine extraordinary speed and accuracy for today's market.

Transformer Cutting Lines

Soenen is one of the market leaders for silicon steel cut-to-length lines for transformer lamination. The sequence of cutting, notching and stacking is a complicated production process due to the high speeds, the start-stop movements, and the use of very delicate material (silicon metal sheets 0.18 – 0.5 mm thick). But the outcome is always the same - laminations impeccably cut with no sheet damage and no burr. 

Special Cutting

The demand for cutting lines in the service industry is steadily growing. Especially the automotive sector has an important need for precut trapezium-shaped plates. Our production lines are equipped with electric swivel shears, which cut the steel sheets into precut plates. We manufacture lines that can handle 120 meters of coil per minute and accurately measure to 0.1 mm. Soenen has built cutting lines for Corus (now Tata Steel) and ArcelorMittal.

Slitting

For the transformer industry, Soenen also builds slitting lines. A Soenen slitting line processes 200 m silicon steel per minute with an accuracy of 0.1 mm. Our lines can slit coils that vary between 300 and 1250 mm. The strips are recoiled with high accuracy and the right tension.

SPECIFICATIONS
Slitting lines
  • Material: silicon steel / Width: 20 – 1,250 mm slit coils/ 0.18 – 0.5 mm
  • Width precision: 0.1 mm
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Cut-to-length lines
  • Material: silicon steel
  • Width: 20 – 1,250 mm
  • Length: 40 – 6,000 mm
  • Material thickness: 0.18 – 0.5 mm
  • Feeding precision: 0.1 mm
  • Speed: 240 m/min
  • Capacity: up to 180 sheets/min
  • 18” wide multi-touchscreen
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OUR CLIENTS

The transformer industry

Our slitting lines offer cost-effective solutions to various companies: Kentau Transformer Plant, LZMA (Lyuberetski Zavod Montazhavtomatika), Sverdlovsk, TBEA Transformer