Save your crushed core with Tidland's Mark I or Mark II Roll Savers. These roll savers are designed to re-open crushed cores, allowing for shaft insertion on rolls that would otherwise be considered scrap material. Ideal for mills and converters, Roll Savers provide fast results, and can be used virtually anywhere, without any special training.
The Roll Saver provides a return on your investment with its very first use. The cost of a Roll Saver is comparable to that of a damaged roll, creating a positive impact on profit margins and warehouse space. Air shafts cannot be inserted into rolls with even with the slightest deformation, leaving damaged rolls useless. With a Tidland portable hydraulic Roll Saver, rolls with core I.D.'s of 3" (76 mm) can be salvaged, providing a positive impact on warehouse space and an immediate return on investment.
The Mark I Roll Saver consists of a cone shaped hydraulic head with body. A high pressure hose connects the Mark I to a hydraulic oil pressure pump. The conical end is inserted into the damaged core, or it can be hammered in, in cases of extreme crush. When the pump is manually operated, the pressure plate in the hydraulic head is expanded at up to 10,150 psi (700 bar), forcing the core and paper roll back into its original round shape.
Easy to use Mark I Rollsaver:
- Fully transportable - Lightweight design can be used virtually anywhere
- Trouble-free Operation - Easy to operate hydraulics provide up to 4 tons of thrust, giving you fast results
- Restores multiple sized cores - Restores 3" (76 mm) crushed cores
- Cost effective - Return on your investment can occur with your first salvaged roll!
- Easy to use
A choice of optional adapters is available for the following I.D. cores:
4" (100 mm) - 10lbs. (5kg)
5" (120 mm) - 18lbs. (8kg)
6" (150 mm) - 29lbs (13kg)
Sledge Weight - 20lbs (9kg)
For 3" (76 mm) cores
(915 mm) for roll widths up to 70" (1778 mm) insert on each end of roll
10,150 psi (700 bar)