MTC DIN EN 10204/3.1B
max. diameter 470 mm,
total length 8,660 mm
10.7 to (finish)
A calender is a system composed of several heated and polished rollers of steel arranged on each other, through whose gaps a melt or other materials are routed. It is used for the manufacture of e.g. plastic foils, paper or metals. The material flows over several calender bowls through different arrangements and is rolled out in this case.
The special feature of this order is in the very complex mechanical processing in several stages. The offset shafts were forged, heat-treated and pre-machined. After the roughing, a deep-hole boring was inserted by a partner company regularly certified by ourselves. The shafts were then finished completely in-house. This included the final turning and milling, as well as the inserting of several bores according to customer drawing.
As a result of our wide-ranging product and service spectrum, from forging, through heat treatment extending to the complete mechanical processing, the order could be implemented from a single source to the fullest satisfaction of the customer.