Our Uni-Roller® systems deliver return on investment in less than six months. That’s what many of our customers report. By applying the proper amount of fluid, Uni-Roller® uses 50 to 90% less lubricant. Plus it decreases the mess, the parts cleaning, fluid recycling and costs associated with in-die spray systems, rag technology and externally lubricated rollers.
Contact us. We may have already tested your particular fluid. We have a database that includes hundreds of fluids we’ve tested. If we haven’t tested your fluid, send us a sample for us to test for you.
Usually 9 months, although it depends on the application and the condition of the metal (burrs on the edges will damage the covers and shorten their lifespan)
It depends on the lubricant in some cases, but a general guideline is that Uni-Roller® type C units can run up to 100 ft/min and Uni-Roller® type S units can run up to 500 ft/min.
Flow sensors can be used to monitor the flow from a valve each time it is actuated. They work by watching for flow every time a valve is actuated and then transmitting a signal to the system . Once the system has confirmed flow, it doesn’t monitor the flow sensor again until the next valve […]
No, there is no battery in the panel. However, all of the systems data is stored in an EEPROM so there should be no loss of data in the event of a power failure.
The correct rollers for your application depend on your fluid of choice. In most cases, our polyester felt roller covers will offer the best performance. For vanishing oils and for thin stock that is narrower than the overall width of the roller, our polyurethane foam roller covers may be a better choice. Viscosity of the […]