Changzhou ST. Key Machiney Co., Ltd
Best service ; excellent quality ; quick delivery time
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Brand Name:||ST KEY|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||one|
|Price:||Depends on detail requirement|
|Packaging Details:||Standard export packing|
|Delivery Time:||Depends on the size|
|Supply Ability:||6000 PCS per year|
Matt Finish Thermal Roller For Paper Surface Treatment / Chilling Roller
Description of Matt Finish Roller
Advanced Thermal Roller Technology from Menges
Menges Roller is a leading manufacturer of heat transfer rollers, serving many industries and sub-sectors.
Heat transfer rollers, also called ‘chill rolls,’ are designed to cool or heat materials to a specific temperature.
These are liquid-filled rollers, usually double-shelled with thermal fluid circulating between the two shells.
Many of today’s high-tech manufacturing & converting processes require very specific temperature modification – and this is where Menges Roller excels.
We professionally manufacture premium high quality matt finish rollers. The material of roller is 45# seamless pipe or alloy steel after being welded, stressed, tempered, quenched heat treatment, etc. The roller surface adopts sand treatments to satisfy different mist side effects.
Use of Matt Finish Roller
The matt finish rollers are used for a multitude of applications such as plastic film, paper, composite materials surface embossing, and surface treatment. The rollers can also be used for different appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, and other small appliances, automobiles, exposed as well as unexposed parts, electric motors, bathtubs, etc. The intensity of the Matt Finish Roll is specified as a surface roughness. The size and pattern are customized.
Standard: ANSI,ASTM,ASME,DIN,GB etc.
Pattern: produce roller according to the technical drawing and URS
1) World class quality for roller
2) Top 5 in China for roller in China
3) More than 25 years experiences for producing rollers
4) 5 “S” for lean management; continuous improvement encourage system