Main specifications of Jar and Bottle Roller type UR-1
|Usable length of rollers without spacer
|Usable length of rollers with spacer
|400 or 500 or 600 *2
|Spacer to separate jars/ bottles from each other
|Option, can be added later, is on the picture
|Shaft speed (variable)
|200 – 550
|Centre distance of shafts
|65 to 165
|Max load of rollers
|Safety switch in separate housing
|Electronic speed gear
|Lenght of frame
|Width of frame
|Height of frame
|Possible jars (*)
|0,25 0,50 1,0 3,0 or 5,0
|Possible bottles (*)
|0,100 0,250 0,500 or 1,0
|Max. jars or bottles
|Security housing with end switch (not on the picture)
|English or German
|(* We can only guarantee comfortable use with jars and bottles we ourselves have delivered or certified. Typical jars: Cylindrical jars, diameter 40 – 230mm. The number of jars and bottles that can be rolled together depends on their size. *2 Lenght of the frame varies depending on the usable lenght of the rollers. We have three versions of the rolling machine, the UR-1-400, UR-1-500 and the UR-1-600).
Tips: Check distance of rollers versus your jar or bottles. Check your needed speed of the jar, you can calculate it by speed of the rollers * diameter of the rollers/ diameter of the jar. If the weight of your jar is very low we advice additional dummy weight. If your bottles diameters are to small you may consider a holder with bigger diameter in which you bottle can be placed. This is also an option if you want other than circular rolling.
Applications for the UR-1 can be found in small factory environments or laboratories in the ceramics, chemical, paint, ink, food, agriculture and dental industry. Because of its flexible possibilities the UR-1 is often used by laboratories for contract research.
The package stability of paint can be tested. By rolling the paint in bottles shear stress provides a rapid simulated aging process. Benefit: Rolling for 48 hours can represent a one year aging process and the results are more reliable than a high temperature test.
Dispersion of hydrophobic carbon black in aqueous media. In the ball or jar mill the energy of the collisions with the grinding media overcome inter-aggregate attractive forces of the carbon black. The result is a break down into primary aggregates and a better dispersion. Stabilized carbon black aggregates in dispersion can be equipped with for instance antibodies in order to serve as a label system.