shrunk-on a shaft;
MTC DIN EN 10204/3.2
external diameter 1,005 mm,
internal diameter 350 mm,
thickness 800 mm
8.8 to (raw)
A roller jacket is screwed, welded or shrunk onto a roller, and for the major part is in the working area of the actual roller. Since the greatest levels of wear are present here, this component part is changed repeatedly. With a construction of roller axis plus roller jacket, this can be implemented without the manufacture of a new shaft. The rollers are employed e.g. in calender construction or with the rolling of plates and pipes.
In case of this order, extensive additional work was implemented, as well as the actual core service. Thus the shaft was fetched from the customer, the old roller jacket removed, the shaft reprocessed, the new roller jacket created, then shrunk onto the shaft and finally finished. The necessary heat treatments were also implemented by ourselves.
As a result of our wide-ranging product and service spectrum, from forging, through heat treatment and installation services, and extending to the mechanical processing, the order could be implemented from a single source to the fullest satisfaction of the customer.