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Repair & Rebuilding of Mill Rolls

Repair & Rebuilding of Mill Rolls
Repair & Rebuilding of Mill Rolls

Clark Machine was recently contracted by a steel mill for the repair of a series of large mill rolls used in their steel processing operation. Clark specified a multi-step procedure for the reconstruction of the mill rolls. Material was added using MIG, FCAW, SMAW welding, followed by milling to required dimensions and additional machining to restore journals and keyways. The rolls featured dimensions of 16" in diameter and 186" in length, and were machined using our engine lathes, and a horizontal boring mill. The entire process was subject to our own stringent quality measures which included weld and dimensional inspections.

To learn more about this project, or the processes used to complete it, see the table below or contact Clark Machine directly.

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Specific Details on Mill Roll Rebuilding Project

Product Description
Rebuilding and repairing rolls for steel processing facilities
Capabilities Applied/Processes
Primary:
  • Build up rolls with weld (MIG, FCAW, SMAW)
  • Mill welded surface back down to required dimensions and finish
  • Machine journals to appropriate specifications
  • Machine keyway
Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
  • Welder (MIG, FCAW, SMAW)
  • Engine Lathe
  • Horizontal Boring Mill
Overall Part Dimensions
16" Diameter
186" Long
Material Used
Weld Wire (steel, stainless steel)
Material Finish
Machined Stainless Steel
In process testing/inspection performed
Dimensional Inspection
Weld Inspection
Industry for Use
Steel Processing
Delivery/Turnaround Time
Per customer schedule
Delivery Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Standards Met
Customer Specifications, 2D CAD Drawing
Product Name
Mill Rolls