ML6 Polyurethane Coated Shafts and Rollers
|» High friction roller surface||» T.I.R. guaranteed <0.0015” or better|
|» Non-marking, durable ML6 polyurethane material||» Industry-leading bond strength|
Meridian Laboratory ML6 precision polyurethane rollers and coated shafts are offered in a wide variety of diameters and lengths. Precision molded with tolerances of 0.001” or better in both diameter and runout, Meridian Laboratory shafts are the answer to your high speed, high precision conveying and material handling needs. Shafts are made from a wide variety of materials such as stainless steel, aluminum, carbon steel or assorted polymers. Meridian Laboratory can also coat your existing shafts, and make engineering recommendations based on specific applications.
Custom sizes and profiles are available very affordably, with turnaround times in as little as 5 days.
ML6 polyurethane rollers and coated shafts are available in a variety of sizes, colors, and durometers (Shore Hardness) to meet any of your requirements.
Why Precision Matters
While it’s easy to think “it’s just a roller”, it’s even easier to lose sight of how much you ask of your rollers and wheels, day in and day out. Keeping your operations running with a minimum of downtime for machine repairs, feed jams, tuning of encoder wheels, or other time wasters (and money costers) means upgrading to superior components for your application. If you expect, and demand that your equipment do more, ML6 offers a proven upgrade you’ll notice immediately.
In this short video above, discover one (of many) reasons a more durable, precision roller can have a huge impact on your manufacturing environment.
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- Mailroom equipment
- Press room manufacturing and production equipment
- Paper feeders
- Plastic film extrusion equipment
- Automated packaging machinery
- Printing applications
- Die cutting machines
Custom colors available on request
|Hardness (+/- 5)||40A||55A||70A||80A||90A||60D|
|Ultimate Elongation (%)||640||540||540||640||500||600|
|Ultimate Tensile (PSI)||3200||5300||5600||6900||6200||6400|
|Tear Strength, pli Die "C"||150||244||332||421||568||620|
|Compression Modulus (Young's Modulus)||380||830||1660||1990||6460||16200|
|Compression Set (% |
22 Hrs. @ 158ºF)
|Bashore Rebound (%)||50||41||37||31||35||52|
|Abrasion Loss, mm||200||224||159||94||101||115|
For more information, contact Meridian Laboratory