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Cylinder Rolling Services

What is Cylinder Rolling?

Traditional cylinder rolling is a process of passing Stainless Steel, Aluminum or Copper-Nickel sheet or plate between a set of mechanical rolls.  The goal is to create the ideal curvature to form cylinders, tubes or other shapes. Arbor Metals TM can provide cylinders with Vinyl Protection film to provide a pristine, scratch free surface after rolling. We have various thicknesses and colors of Vinyl Protection film from many of the major producers in inventory ready for your next project. 

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Welder working on a Cylinder Tank

Cylinder Rolled Products

Cylinder rolling services are used to create numerous products that need a specific diameter, curvature or shape.  Examples of rolled product include bulk or dry good tanks, smoke stacks, flare tips, boilers, heat exchangers or other industrial products.  These products are created and tested to specifications required by the corresponding industry governing agency.

Cylinder Rolling Capabilities

Our Rolling Capabilities begin at .135” x 10’ width with 4-roll plate rolls, and cylinders up to 140” OD.

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Why choose Arbor Metals TM TM for your Cylinder Rolling services?

All cylinder rolling services begin with our in-house processing centers and completed using our dedicated outside processing partners. We can produce products to best fit your business needs, as our equipment operators are some of the best in the business. We provide prime material and quality products with complete traceability. We inspect, package, and deliver products where and when you need them.

Alloys used in Cylinder Rolling

Products made from Cylinder Rolling

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