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The roll forming process involves passing a flat strip of rolled metal coil through a series of shaped rolls progressively forming the metal to achieve the section profile shape.
This process produces profile shapes with high precision and dimensional accuracy in almost any length from a wide range of materials.
Our experienced technical staff, as well as continuous investment in machinery and software has build Bowers & Jones into a centre of excellence for design manufacture and the world wide distribution of rolls and rolling equipment for a wide range of sizes and applications.
The complete in-house service provided by our experienced engineers includes technical advice to optimise customers production processes.
Large variety of shapes
High load capacity to weight ratios
Integration of the punching/perforating processes into the roll forming process
Sections produced in materials with various surface finishes e.g. pre-coated strip
Lower production costs
An almost limitless variety of cross-sections can be produced using this process. Generally roll formed sections are devided into two main catorgories
Standard sections such as channels, “top hat” and purlins
Complex shaped sections.
For complex sections, the section manufacturer produces the cold rolled section in accordance to the end users specification. This requires a specially designed and manufactured set of rolls.
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