Spreading rollers come in different types and designs. The purpose of a spreading roller is to stretch material in width. That is why the term wide-drawing roller is also widely used.
If you want to process foil, paper or textile, you would rather have no folds in the material. In this case, a spreading roller is often used.
We know, among other things, the arc roller (or banana roller), the spiral roller, the slat roller and the cord roller. Each with their specific features and advantages and disadvantages.
The arc roll is a curved roll, often with a rubber coating, which forces the material out through the arc. We also have the option to adjust the arc of the roller. In this way you can adjust the force of the forcing out according to the material or the need.
A spiral roller has the same effect, only this roller is straight. A spiral roller forces the material out with steel or rubber spirals. You can choose whether the spiral runs from the center to the sides or from one side to the other.
A slat roller does the same thing only using long slats that slide back and forth. The slats are connected to angled bearings at the ends that allow the slats to make this movement. We can optionally provide the slats with a coating material so that the effect is even better.
A cord roller does not differ much from a slat roller, only cords on the circumference ensure the movement outwards. By adapting the material of the cables, we can respond even better to your wishes.