Urethane Roller Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of urethane roller manufacturers and suppliers. Find urethane roller companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture urethane rollers to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top urethane roller manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the urethane roller companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of urethane drive rollers, solid urethane rollers, and stock urethane rollers of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Odenton, MD 800-394-7883

    We offer quality urethane rollers to our customers. In fact, we are one of the leading suppliers around the world for quality and affordable urethane products. We offer innovative products manufactured from cast urethane to offer the maximum benefit to our customers. Find out how we can help you on our website today! We look forward to answering all your questions.

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  • Cuyahoga Falls, OH 330-923-3256

    The goal of our company is to offer the very best. We aim to provide the best products, best prices, best shipping, and best customer service. We realize that in a competitive world you have many choices, and we work our hardest to ensure we are the company you pick. We carry a large range of rubber products, ranging from urethane rollers to rubber bumpers. Let us know how we can help you today!

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  • Carson City, NV 800-733-2648

    Every day we strive to implement teamwork, quality, and integrity into everything we do. We have nearly 70 years of experience serving industries such as paper handling, printers, and computers. Our customers are our top priority, and our staff is ready to help you make sure your needs are met. Contact us today!

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  • Denver, PA 717-336-7507

    Our guide rollers are made from the highest quality materials in the industry. We take pride in adhering to our company values, like integrity and honesty. As a family owned and operated company, we like to treat customers like our own family. We will always look for the best prices and the prefect solution. Give us a call today to see how we can help you meet your goals!

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Urethane Rollers Industry Information

Urethane Rollers

Urethane rollers are a type of roller, or impact roller, made from the synthetic elastomer known as polyurethane. While they have “urethane” in their name, urethane rollers are not actually made from urethane, as, in this case, the words “urethane” and “polyurethane” are used interchangeably. Therefore, urethane rollers are not to be mistakenly thought to contain ethyl carbamate, which is also called urethane. Urethane rollers display many of the positive qualities of polyurethane, including durability, strength, shock resistance, elasticity and formability. They are harder than countless other elastomeric materials, such as silicone, while, at the same time, they do not become as brittle as other elastomeric materials. Also, they do not cause damage to the objects with which they come into contact. In addition, urethane rollers are quite inexpensive to produce. All in all, urethane rollers are one of the most popular types of rubber rollers. They are used in a variety of commercial and industrial industries, among them packaging and assembling, material handling, office equipment, printing, measurement systems and data storage.

Urethane rollers are used in a number of settings as components of many different types of commercial and industrial processing equipment, among them printers, conveyors, and laminators. They enjoy a wide range of usage because they can be thermoformed into nearly any shape or size. To do so, manufacturers typically engage either the process of injection molding or the process of compression molding. Both processes begin the same way; manufacturers gather a collection of raw polyurethane stock and then heat it beyond its melting point. This makes it easier to form. Once the raw stock has been sufficiently heated, the paths of injection molding and compression molding diverge. In the case of injection molding, the next step is to inject the now molten stock into a closed mold cavity. Once the stock is inside the cavity, water is run over the mold in order to cool, form and cure the roller. In the case of compression molding, the step after polyurethane heating is to pour the molten material into an open and heated mold. Once inside the polyurethane is inside this mold, manufacturers apply extreme pressure to it by closing the mold with a plug member or top force. This pressure causes the molten rubber to push out against the walls of the mold, taking on its shape. Held in place by pressure and plied with continuous heat, the new roller eventually becomes cured and fully formed. In the case of both injection molding and compression molding, after the roller has cooled and hardened, it may be removed from the mold. Injection molding and compression molding are equally effective and efficient methods of roller fabrication.

After the rollers have been formed, manufacturers may ready them for shipment or they may send them on to have further processing. One common type of secondary processing is knurling. Knurling is a process by which the surface area of rubber or metal parts can be given a rough, patterned texture. Typically performed on a lathe, the purpose of knurling in this context is to add grooves or otherwise alter the surface area of a roller, thereby creating better fits for individual applications. Generally speaking, urethane rollers are modified in ways that serve either a functional or an aesthetic purpose. Their most common variances in design are related to required load carrying capabilities, material strengths, system speeds and industry or government regulations. To make sure their customers have a sense of confidence in their rollers, manufacturers typically offer to form rollers up to various codes, such as those outlined by International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), International Standards Organization (ISO), the Federal Drug and Food Administration (FDA), Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST), Mil-Spec (military specifications), Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) and Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH).

Urethane rollers are an excellent investment. To countless applications, they offer both elasticity and shock resistance and strength and formability. Hard but never brittle, they stand out from the crowd of rubber rollers. Urethane roller production is quick, easy, customizable and inexpensive. Note that most manufacturers, in addition to new roller forming, offer roller refurbishment/remanufacturing services, and they can typically also reverse engineer existing rollers. To find out more about your urethane roller assembly options, contact an experienced roller manufacturer today. For the best results, start your search by browsing the list of well-respected roller manufacturers listed with IQS Directory. You can find them near the top of this page.

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