Gas cutting is one of the oldest processes still in use within the Steel Industry today. In this process, a jet of high-pressure oxygen is directed on the surface of the steel plate. The oxygen ignites the metal and oxidizes it, thereby removing material and creating sections of kerf.
Trolley cutting involves a sturdy, portable machine for linear and circular cutting up to 180mm thickness by hand guiding. Known for their power efficient nature, these machines are specially designed in a trolley structure for making it easy to move. For linear/straight line cutting, the machine runs on an aluminium track supplied in 1.8m lengths.
Steel profile cutting is an in-depth process where a piece of steel is cut and transformed into a particular shape. Cutting is usually carried out on a table using a machine that is suitable for the product. Oxy, plasma and laser cutting machines are most commonly used for steel profile cutting. VKICL can supply cut to size profiles as per customer drawings and requirements.