Zyarock Fused Silica Tempering Rollers from Vesuvius

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Vesuvius Zyarock® Fused Silica Tempering Rollers
     Straight Rollers
     Bender Rollers
     Spiral Rollers
     Hollow Rollers

Background

The Fused Silica Division of Vesuvius is a worldwide leading supplier of Advanced Ceramics used in Primary Glass Fabricating, Glass Forming, Heat Treatment, Specialty Steel and Photovoltaic Industries.

Vesuvius Zyarock® Fused Silica Tempering Rollers

Vesuvius Zyarock® Fused Silica Tempering Rollers are manufactured under strict controls to provide optimum ceramic physical properties for stability at ambient and through the highest heat-treating temperatures.

Vesuvius provides the finest surface finish, the tightest dimensional tolerances, and the best hot TIR in the market.

Straight Rollers

Conventional straight rollers used in the main heater section of most architectural and automotive furnaces. A full range of diameters, lengths, and end caps designs are available for every make and model furnace. Available with Vesuvius unique and patented Smartly Driven® End Caps.

Bender Rollers

Commonly used in automotive glass tempering furnaces. Vesuvius rollers are designed and manufactured to provide worry-free and long service life. Notches are precision ground to avoid stress and chain contact, and are assembled with patented high temperature end caps.

Spiral Rollers

Developed specifically to reduce heat transfer conducted from the rollers to the glass, the Vesuvius Zyarock® Fused Silica Spiral Rollers have a controlled profile and radiused edges. Exceptional performance advantages especially with low emissivity and solar reflective glass products. Available with Vesuvius unique and patented Smartly Driven® End Caps.

Hollow Rollers

Vesuvius Zyarock® Fused Silica Hollow Rollers are manufactured with consistent wall thickness . Developed with heat capacity, balance and weight considerations, these unique rollers are available as custom designed products.

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Date Added: Feb 10, 2010 | Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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