Regrooving Rubber and Polyurethane

With regular use and grinding, all rolls wear down. Shallower grooves (approximately 0.070") don't channel off water as effectively, which slows your production. When this happens, the roll is typically ground to remove that 0.070", and new grooves are recut -- a waste of 0.070" of good roll cover.

With the PRG process, however, the grooves on any type of rubber or polyurethane rolls are deepened to the original 0.120" depth, which restores water removal efficiency, saves material, and saves on future maintenance costs.

How Block Grinding Slashes Product Quality
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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
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Featured Case Study:

Blue Ridge Paper Products, Inc.
The Problem - Blue Ridge faced troubles after a bad grinding experience with another supplier. As a result, production didn’t meet Blue Ridge’s standards of quality.
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