We use our proven reflected laser beam technology for maximum angular resolution, thus providing you with the most reliable and accurate visual reading.
The RollCheck® MINI can measure spans up to 4 ft. (1200 m) from roll to roll sizes up to 4” (1200 mm) in diameter. A laser line is projected from the RollCheck® MINI transmitter to the reflector mounted on the roll to be checked or aligned. The laser line pro-jected to the reference line on the reflector indicates immediately if the roll is aligned vertically to the stationary roll.
The laser line is then automatically reflected back to the transmitter’s reference line indicating if the rolls are parallel to one another. This system is very easy to use; a single person can perform the alignment task in minutes with no training! The RollCheck® MINI comes in its own durable carrying case.
Advantages and features are as follows:
- Reduces down time and product waste due to misalignment of rolls
- Increases production with proper alignment of rolls
- Compact design, fits into small spaces
- Fast and easy
- No training required
- One-person operation
- Facilitates more frequent roll checks
- Pays for itself quickly
- Used for shots up to 4 ft. (1200 mm) or better
Parallel Roll Alignment, utilizing the RollCheck® MINI Laser Roll Alignment System to measure and correct vertical and horizontal angle between 2 rolls.
RollCheck® MINI is a laser roll alignment system that facilitates accurate visual alignment of process rolls during replacement operations. The Laser Transmitter is mounted to a stationary roll that transmits two red laser lines to the Reflector positioned on the roll to be moved. The operator then is able to view both the vertical (pitch) and horizontal (parallel) angles and accurately adjust the roll into parallel alignment. RollCheck® MINI is suitable for aligning rolls up to 4” (101 mm) in diameter that are spaced from 2” (51 mm) to 4 ft. (1200 mm) apart. It also can be used to align and measure crowned rolls as well.
RollCheck® MINI eliminates cumbersome trial and error adjustments which lead to scrap, loss of time and output reduction and is the ideal tool for efficient roll maintenance.