Leaf Shafts





    Years of successful roll control in the field testify to the excellent performance of the Leaf Shaft. Designed for a wide range of converting applications, these shafts are best for the elimination of thin wall core deformation. The 360º radial expanding grip along the entire leaf face delivers more winding surface and allows for the winding of single or multiple rolls, with or without cores. With smooth, polished external leaves, these shafts are particularly suited for delicate materials. Leaf Shafts are built tough, with bodies constructed of standard steel, alloy steel or aluminum, and internal tubes made of durable, hard-wearing rubber. Simple modular construction and standardized components mean quick off-the-shelf spares service and easy in-plant maintenance when necessary.

Series 600 Leaf Shaft - designed for medium to heavy-duty in 2 inch to 6 inch (50.8 mm to 152.4 mm) ID cores, as well as in coreless operations. The most durable design available, using smooth steel leaves attached with rivets to provide unequaled performance and reliability.

Series 650 Leaf Shaft - designed for light to medium-duty in 2 inch to 6 inch (50.8 mm to 152.4 mm) ID cores, as well as in coreless operations. The versatility of this shaft has made it the most popular and widely used leaf shaft on the market today.

Series 750 Leaf Shaft - designed for heavy-duty in 7 inch to 24 inch (177.8 mm to 609.6 mm) ID cores, as well as in coreless operations. The largest diameter leaf shaft available, this shaft is excellent for tougher jobs such as winding metal and foil strips. It can also be used as a reel spool for Paper reels and large paper machines.

Key Features

Eliminates thin wall core deformation for superior roll quality and reduced vibration
360 degree radial and full length expansion for winding single or multiple rolls, with or without cores
Fixed leaf design provides improved roll centering and clearance for loading cores
Durable construction designed to withstand abuse and abrasion

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