The process of manufacturing a roll begins with sourcing high quality steel tubes and billets. Billets are pre-machined to form the outline of the journal ends according to the engineering drawing, our tubes are then pre-machined to suit.
Journal ends are then shrunk fit into the tube working with diameters ranging from 25mm up to 380mm. To eliminate any risk of vibration we then dynamically balance the rolls and machine to the drawing specifications with an allowance left for the ceramic coating.
The final step is to fully inspect the roll to ensure total quality conformance before moving to the next step of our inhouse manufacturing process.
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Any rolls sent in for refurbishment are assessed by our trained engineers who determine if repair is necessary or a full and new engraving is necessary. At no extra cost.
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