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Thwarting Roll Defects Starts With Identifying Problems Requiring Grinding
Bleeding Manufacturing Profit Stems From Undetected Roll Defects
The 3 Critical Differences: Proactive Versus Reactive Roll Grinding
7 Reasons To Choose PRG Over The OEM
Top 5 Advantages of Using Coated Rolls
7 Benefits of Roll Barring Prevention
5 Tips For Extending The Life Of Your Rolls
Avoiding Four Common Paper Defects That Drive Customers Away
Why Roundness And Concentricity Are Critical To Your Rolls
5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Rebuild Your Roll Grinder
Residual Roll Defects
The Impact Of Roll Tolerances
Reaching Or Surpassing OEM Specs
285 F And The Roll Grinding Variable
Tiny Roll Defects = Big Hits To Your Production
What's Your Critical 1:1 Relationship?
Keys To Success For The Competitive Papermaker
Roll Coating: Paper, Film & Foil Converters
Why Your Mill Should Use Nip Impression Paper
Are You Under Pressure For More Paper Production?
Eliminate Barring From Your Paper Production
"PRG's value to us goes above and beyond equipment life and saving money. Dorald is always here for me. He inspects rolls, troubleshoots and gives me all the information I need to make the right decisions. It means the world to me when a company is willing to modify its system to accommodate ours. I just can't say enough about how much PRG has helped our operation."
-- Robert Hickox, Production Manager, NGC Industries
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The Problem - In 1989, Blandin started up their #6 paper machine line with two modern super calenders. Over time, barring created a wear pattern, leaving an impression on the finished sheets. At one point, the mill had to change chilled iron rolls every six weeks. The resulting downtime greatly affected productivity.
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