Round, Concentric Rolls

It might seem strange that we're bragging about round rolls. Aren't all rolls round and concentric? They may look that way, but the roll profiles tell a different story: most roll grinding services actually don't produce round, concentric rolls. PRG does.

The difference a round roll makes on your line is profound. Like a car driven on an oddly shaped tire, a line run on an imperfect roll is bound to have performance problems. It may not run as fast, and could have trouble producing a consistent product for your clients. Eventually, it will need unexpected maintenance, or even a shutdown for removal.

The bottom line: a round roll shape always improves the performance of your line, and that's what PRG gives you.

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"Consistent, quality grinds, emergency weekend service and remarkably quick turn-around times allow us to avoid unscheduled downtime. PRG has often said to us, 'If we work hard to make ALSCO METALS INCORPORATED's business successful, PRG will be successful as a result'."
-- Randy Lewis, Hot Mill Manager, ALSCO METALS INCORPORATED
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Featured Case Study:

NGC Industries
The Problem - Heavily used calender and wire return rolls showed wear bands shortly after regrinding — costing NGC a substantial amount of money in repeated regrinds, downtime and product quality. Two years ago, when Production Manager Robert Hickox discovered that NGC’s supplier was outsourcing his rolls, he decided to work directly with PRG.
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