Wire Flattening Roller
We supply tungsten steel Wire Flattening Roller (production of Flexible Flat Cable / FFC Cable). With high-precision processing equipment and exquisite processing technology, the axial precision of the Flattening Roller can reach 0.001mm. At the same time, the rolling wheels adopt high hardness and high wear resistance. The tungsten steel is the working surface, and the surface of the tungsten steel is mirror-polished to ensure that the pressed products have the same size and smooth and beautiful surface, which has been recognized by users.
For various wire drawing machine manufacturers and other different models, we have provided the corresponding Carbide Flattening Roller, and at the same time to undertake the repair parts of the rolling wheels, saving production costs for the majority of manufacturers.
Manufactured with a tungsten carbide belt mounted on high-grade steel shafts. Our Wire Flattening Roller made within the ISO9001:2015 quality system. The dimensions are adapted to suit all types of rolling mills.
UKO is focusing on Tungsten Carbide Rolling Wheel. Relying on high-precision processing equipment and superb processing technology, the axial precision of Rolling Wheels can reach 0.001mm.
High hardness and excellent wear resistance of tungsten carbide raw material, mirror polished working surface, ensuring the uniform size of the pressed product, and finished wire surface is smooth and clear.
We could supply the Flattening Rolls to the machine in the brand F.M.K. Saikawa and Niehoff. Repairing service of the rolling wheels is offered to help to save the production cost of users.
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What Is Flat Rolling?
The flat rolling method controls the plane shape according to the deformation characteristics of the medium and heavy plate rolling, that is, the head and tail are recessed during the widening rolling, and the two sides are protruding; No extension), the head and tail form a tongue, the waist in the middle is slightly widened, and the undercut is formed; the rolled piece is thinner during finishing rolling, and the uneven width and length of the head and tail and both sides are formed.