High-quality heated embossing rollers are crucial to the success of converting operations that leverage thermal bonding applications for the final product. Industrial Engraving, LLC, manufactures heated embossing rollers for use with paper, film and nonwoven substrates commonly used by consumer products companies.
Converters rely on the consistency and repeatability of heated embossing rollers to produce identical products through millions of revolutions. The process heat-bonds non-woven fibers from multiple substrates into a single unit.
They acquire their heat source by:
- Heated oil
- Heated water
- Electric wiring
- Induction heating coil
Industrial Engraving’s refurbishing services extend lifespan of heated embossing rollers
Heated embossing rollers require significant investment from converting companies, making Industrial Engraving’s refurbishment services an attractive option in extending the lifespan of these assets. Importantly, the refurbishing process can extend the lifespan of rollers significantly without impacting the quality of output.
Consumer products companies typically maintain longstanding relationships with producers of heated embossing rollers because the pattern on an embossing roll is exclusive to their products. It is far more cost-effective to source new from a trusted supplier than start over from scratch with a new supplier.
Industrial Engraving works with new customers to develop precise patterns that reflect the quality of their brand. Using digital transfer technology (DTT), Industrial Engraving’s specialists are able to specifically size patterns that fill the circumference of rollers.
Industrial Engraving provides the flexibility converters require for a wide range of job runs by producing and refurbishing heated embossing rollers as large as 48 inches in diameter and 220 inches in length.
About Industrial Engraving, LLC
Industrial Engraving, LLC, designs and manufactures custom embossing rolls and embossing machines for customers operating in a variety of paper, tissue, foil, film and nonwoven markets. Industrial Engraving’s comprehensive services include roll refurbishment, pattern development, and design and production of embossing and calendering equipment. Located just outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin, Industrial Engraving is centrally located for timely delivery throughout the United States.
For more information or to request a quote, contact Industrial Engraving at 920-865-7304, or visit http://www.industrial-engraving.com/.
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