Rollers and Liners

Equis Industries is a proudly Australian company based in Queensland. We manufacture quality lagging of polyurethane rollers and wheels, and polyurethane and rubber moulded parts and liners designed to last.

Rollers and Liners in Queensland

LAGGING OF ROLLERS AND WHEELS

Our custom lagging services offer a longer wearing polyurethane material especially suited to new and OEM requirements. Polyurethane is a versatile engineering material that offers a range of hardnesses, mechanical and thermal properties that can be moulded for coating rollers and wheels. It has a high load bearing capacity in tension, compression and shear, exceptional abrasion resistance, and outstanding resilience compared to other materials.

REFURBISHMENT OF WORN ROLLERS AND WHEELS

We offer refurbishment of rollers and wheels in longer wearing polyurethane material. We strip the worn coating to the metal core, sandblast and bond the surface, and then mould the polyurethane to the metal surface. This process offers superior impact, chemical and abrasion resistance and an extremely strong bond to metal. Wheels and rollers are easily machined after moulding to provide smooth surface, rough finish, crown, chamfer, groove or profile.

CUSTOM MOULDING VS INJECTION MOULDING

We help manufacturers, engineers, and designers bring their product to market. Tooling for custom moulding offers significant advantages. Parts designed for injection moulding can be easily manufactured, with greater flexibility in design and shorter lead times. We make short production runs of high quality moulded parts at comparatively low cost. Our customers save time and money on significant up-front tooling costs, and have the ongoing flexibility with production volumes.

STANDARD SHAPES – SHEET, BARS, RODS, TUBES

We supply standard polyurethane shapes available in sheet, bars, rod and tube configurations in a range of hardnesses and colours. We manufacture a range of stock shapes and parts that can be cut to size or shape to suit a variety of industries and applications. Harder grades of polyurethane can be cut or machined using conventional tooling – it can be cut, drilled, routed, sawn, turned and shaped. Contact us for custom sizes and dimensions.

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