Coated Steel Coil
When the steel surface is coated with an additional layer of organic or metallic materials
to protect from rusting, is called coated steel. Coil coating is the method by which a metal
coil is coated in a continuous process prior to fabrication. The metal coil is brought
through an uncoiler, a line-loading accumulator, processed and painted according to
requirements brought through a finish line exit accumulator, and then rewound on a
recoiler. Coil coating is the continuous and highly automated industrial process for efficiently coating coils of metal. Because the metal is treated before it is cut and formed, the entire surface is cleaned and treated, providing tightly bonded finishes.