"Hot finished plate hot coiling station" is not a standard term in the aluminum or steel manufacturing industry. It's possible that specific industries or companies might use unique or proprietary names for their equipment or processes.
However, I can provide some context based on standard practices in the hot rolling and coiling of steel and aluminum products.
Hot rolling is a process used to convert large metal ingots or slabs into thinner sheets or coils at elevated temperatures. The hot coiling process is often employed at the end of hot rolling to produce coils of the rolled material.
- Coiling of Hot Rolled Material: The hot finished plate hot coiling station, based on the name, could be used to coil hot rolled plates or sheets of aluminum or steel.
- Final Stage of Hot Rolling: The coiling station would be situated at the end of the hot rolling process, where the material has already undergone hot rolling in previous rolling mills.
How it Might Work (Assumption):
- Material Transfer: The hot rolled plates or sheets are transferred from the last rolling mill to the hot coiling station.
- Coiling: At the coiling station, the hot rolled material is wound into coils using specialized coiling equipment.
- Cooling: After coiling, the coils may undergo a controlled cooling process to stabilize the material and obtain the desired mechanical properties.
- Cutting: If necessary, the coiled material may be cut into specific coil sizes or lengths.
- Storage: The finished coiled material is stored in designated areas for further processing, transportation, or shipment to customers.