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Roll crusher (roller crusher) is suitable for the fine crushing of the materials with feeding size less than 110mm, and finished particle size 3-30mm.

Processing capacity:5-100t/h

Feeding size:≤25-≤100

Roller diameter: 400-700mm

Applied materials: Limestone, slag, coke, coal, salt, chalk, gypsum, alums, brick, tile, etc.

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entry guides – where proper roll forming begins

An improperly aligned entry guide can cause one edge of the strip to ride against one trap on the first forming pass, inducing twist, camber, and burr, as well as dimensional issues in the final product. In an attempt to alleviate these problems, sometimes only one side of the entry guide is used, or in worst cases, both sides of the entry guide are “backed off”. If you are not properly using an entry guide and are plagued by irregularities in profile geometry during a production run, or in achieving repeatable results in multiple runs, consider using it – properly. Entry guide aligns the strip as it enters the first forming pass There are many entry table configurations. The majority consist of two adjustable rails that are parallel to each other. Each rail incorporates two or more rollers that are perpendicular to the rolling mill spindles. Many entry tables are vertically adjustable and are set to the elevation of the strip to match the roll tooling. Some entry tables use V-rollers to apply a rounded edge condition to one or both strip edges, while also guiding the strip squarely into the tooling. Normally, hardened rollers or easily replaceable cam followers are ideal. In cases where the strip edges are heavily notched or when cut-to-length strips are fed through the mill, long guide rails with machined ledges are used to hold the strip edges by at least two points at all times. Note: When pre-cut strips are run through the mill, a flat feed pass with traps should be used (when applicable) in conjunction with the entry table. Typical features of an entry guide Checking Guide Rail Alignment Calibrate the guide rails at regular intervals to maintain parallelism and alignment to the mill spindles. To do this:

Achieving Repeatable Setups Ideally, the guide rails of an entry table should incorporate digital readouts, locating pins or hard stops for repeatable setups, but many do not. In these cases, some form of measurements can be taken off of a fixed surface of the entry guide base to the outboard guide rail. Once set, the strip from the coil can be used to set the inboard guide rail. Digital calipers and actual strip used to document and adjust guide rails After documenting the position of the entry guide rails for a given strip, fabricate some sort of gauge blocks and etch the guide block positions, elevation and the strip width information onto one face (if possible). While often overlooked, the importance of an entry guide is particularly evident when accuracy is necessary. When considering the benefits of a stable and reliable entry guide, it is well worth the time and attention required to maintain it. Please contact Roll-Kraft if you would like additional information about entry guides, or any other subject regarding your roll forming operation

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