Rolls are the working surface of any milling process.
Our rolls are manufactured overseas and fluted by us here at Wolf Engineering. This allows for the customer to save on the large costs involved in manufacturing the rolls in Australia.
The properties of chilled cast iron are high hardness coupled with high compressive strength, which results in wear resistance. It is the chill that serves as the grinding surface of the roll. That surface is usually corrugated to provide a cutting action. Only the highest quality raw materials, which are all ISO-9001: 2000 certified are used in the production process.
Chilled cast iron rolls come in different gradings of hardness and we cater for all grades that could be required. The depth of hardness for all chilled cast iron rolls that we provide will be between 16-25mm.
At Wolf Engineering and Millwrights we are able to re-groove a variety of roll chills including Sangatti, Buhler, Ocrim, Satake, Renn and our own Wolf Rolls. We grind & flute, or frost rolls to client's specifications. We currently re-groove rolls for many Australian and Overseas Flour Mills as well as the Stock Feeding Industry. We can grind rolls from 100mm long with all standard diameters.
We also manufacture our own steel rolls here in our factory.