Coil Weight Reference Chart

 inside-dia
 outside-dia
AB
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
32
195
185
170
155
140
120
100
36
255
245
230
215
200
180
160
40
325
310
300
285
265
250
230
44
400
385
375
360
340
325
305
48
480
470
455
440
425
405
385
52
570
560
545
530
510
495
470
56
665
655
640
625
610
590
570
60
770
760
745
730
710
695
675
72
1080
1070
1060
1050
1030
1010
990

 

Colt
factor-coil
Based on 1 inch Strip Width – Steel
Factor from Chart X Width of Coil =
Total Coil Weight
To obtain weight of:
Aluminum Multiply Total Weight x .344
Brass Multiply Total Weight x 1.08
Copper Multiply Total Weight x 1.14
Stainless Steel Multiply Total Weight x 1.02
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coil-set

 

Note:

  • The distance between rolls is to be configured by using the max material thickness
  • The radius of catenary is to be figured by using the mean of the material thickness
  • All based on carbon steel at 60000 P.S.I. max tensile stress
  • This is only an approximate distance. Part progression is a very important factor. It is required to have material for 2 to 3 parts in loop (sometimes a material looping pit is required).
  • Increasing pass line height will also improve loop length.
Gauge:
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
Thickness:
.224
.194
.164
.135
.105
.075
.060
.048
.036
.030
.024
.017

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