Core Manufacturing for the Industrial Roller Market by RotaDyne combines unparalleled experience with roller technology and expert manufacturing techniques — making RotaDyne the top choice for OEM and after-market customers looking for the highest quality products that will hold up over time despite continual wear and tear, returning a capital investment over and over again.

RotaDyne offers customized core sizing as needed to fit the job.

The Company's expert design and fabrication team and rigorous quality assurance inspections ensure that RotaDyne’s cores and bases exceed expectations — resisting vibration, noise, stress on bearings and gears, maintaining static and dynamic balance. This — combined with RotaDyne’s expert core repair and maintenance team — assure customers that rollers manufactured by RotaDyne are an excellent investment.

RotaDyne's core roller manufacturing is both an art and a science — and is founded in the Company’s vast understanding of rollers and the pivotal role they play in the manufacturing process. This understanding of the roller’s function and how best to achieve the customer's manufacturing goals is one of RotaDyne's greatest strengths, and comes from decades of roller core manufacturing. Combine this with a perfectly engineered roll coating and a RotaDyne roller will flawlessly and efficiently perform any manufacturing operation.

RotaDyne's rollers can be manufactured up to 25" in diameter, 20' in length, and weighing up to 3 tons, offering rollers suited to nearly every manufacturing environment, with new products constantly being researched and developed for the next generation of manufacturing.

RotaDyne's core manufacturing spans numerous materials that offer a solution to every production challenge.

  • Carbon Steel — Industry Standard. Hard and malleable.
  • Alloy Steel — Harder and more durable. Increased corrosion and wear resistance, and offers hardness and strength at high temperatures.
  • Stainless Steel — Highest corrosion resistance, these rollers are ideal in wash down and caustic environments.
  • Aluminum — Precision, lightweight rollers offer low inertia and high speeds.
  • Carbon Fiber — Lighter than aluminum. High strength with rigidity comparable to steel. Very low inertia offers faster speeds, less vibration, and reduced bearing loads.
  • Composites — Lightweight, stiff and stable, these durable rollers lengthen the life of the equipment.
  • Specialty Metals — These include brass and metal alloys, each offering unique properties to match specific production goals.
RotaDyne — Transforming Technology