Knives for cold rolling mills

Used in cold rolling mills to divide, cut-to-length and slit.

Product range:

  • rotary slitter knives,
  • rubber/polyurethane bonded spacers,
  • spacers,
  • cut-to-length knives,
  • scrap chopper knives,
  • profile shear blades, etc. 

We produce knives for brands such as: Siemens VAI, SMS Siemag AG, Danieli, Fimi, CMI FPE, BWG, Miebach, and others.

Our knives are made from material which is high wear resistant and has good tensile strength, combined with the most suitable heat treatment for optimum wear resistance and toughness for longer life.

As we are a tool steel producer and have extensive application experience we are ableto help you find the most suitable quality for your cutting process, which is reflected in the durability of the knives, increased machine uptime, lower energy consumption and enhanced machine output. We help you to optimize your production process, reduce downtime and lower your tool costs.

R&D innovation: We have developed a new quality of tool steel: RAVNE HDC – Heavy Duty Cutting.

RAVNE HDC is a special medium-alloyed ESR hot and cold work tool steel with extra fine structure (EFS), which has extreme toughness and wear resistance and is used mainly in the production of wear resistant tools and heavy gauge cutting applications; for the cutting of high strength material, where a high degree of toughness is required; for tools and tooling inserts of large dimensions for the casting of non-ferrous metals and alloys; for forging tools and dies of all sorts, shapes and sizes; and hot forging and pressing tools for steel and metal.

Its main advantage, compared to other tool steel grades, is higher working hardness at higher toughness. A longer life is therefore achieved, which is reflected in increased machine uptime, lower energy consumption and enhanced machine output.

What are the key benefits of Ravne knives?

Find out more about comparison of STANDARD KNIVES and RAVNE KNIVES in the attached leaflet.



Product Manager


Knives for METAL INDUSTRY — pdf (3.1 MB)