Corrective Leveler

Corrective levelers are typically used for leveling material from 0.005″ to 0.25″ (0.13 to 6.3 mm) thick. Corrective levelers have bank-type height adjustment of the rollers and also have flights of backup rolls that can be adjusted to induce roll bending on the work rolls. This type of roll bend control allows for correction of some coil strip defects, such as edge wave, center buckle, and camber. Closed loop positioning control allows for generating machine setting recipes for common strip and material runs.

Corrective Leveler Options

With any Element leveler, we offer several options that are available to increase the productivity of your equipment. Some of the options that we offer to maximize the capacity of our levelers include:

  • Stacking sections are available to stack leveled plates into bundles for shipment.
  • Variable roll geometry options are available to provide additional bending capabilities.
  • Closed loop positioning control allows for generating machine setting recipes for common plate runs.

Corrective Leveler Experience

Element has supplied corrective levelers for:

  • Steel
  • Copper
  • Brass materials
  • Aluminum

A Leveler can be used to remove flatness defects from many different materials. Element Machinery has built levelers for correction of flatness defects in materials. The yield strength of the material also determines the overall size of machine necessary.

Control Options Plate Material Industries Served
  • All PLC Platforms
  • Allen Bradley
  • Siemens
  • ABB
  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Copper/Brass
  • Integrated Mills
  • Mini Mills
  • Aerospace/Military
  • Manufacturing
  • Service Centers
  • Construction
Tolerances Levelers are used to remove defects from material to raise the classification of material per an industry standard or to support downstream processing of the material. Typical industry standards that can be used to establish these tolerances include:

Materials Some advanced features Element has supplied in the past include:

  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Titanium
  • Clad Materials

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