The new Durston Agile C110 Combination rolling mill
is lighter than the more expensive DRM 110 mills by using a thinner frame however it is fully designed to support the load of everyday use without any compromise on quality.
A traditional T-bar for roll opening adjustment replaces the heavy cast hand wheel for added savings.
The rolls are induction hardened to 64 Hrc to a depth of 6mm and just like the DRM line the bearings are self lubricating and maintenance free.
The heavy duty 4 to 1 gearbox is unrivaled in the industry and makes turning the rolls so much easier. Behind the cover you will find two specially formed gears to make rolling even smoother. Safety features include a protective guard around the top gears.
With the weight and material savings the new Durston Agile is very competitively priced.
||110 mm x 50 mm
|Sheet Thickness Capacity
||9 sizes ranging from 7 mm to 1 mm
||5 x 1.7mm, 4 x 1.4mm, 3 x 1.15mm and 2 x 0.8mm
|Maximum Wire Capacity
||13-1/2" L x 7-3/4" W x 12-1/2" H (345mm x 200mm x 320mm)
||57 Lbs. (26kg)
*The shape of the grooves in most wire rolling mills can be called a diamond shape, as each half of the wire groove is a triangle with a flat top. Some will call it a square wire but it’s not square, it’s actually a six sided shape technically called an irregular hexagon. We call it a traditional wire groove.
It has been used by manufacturers as it is structurally strong, simple to produce and provides for a shape than can easily be pulled through a variety of drawplate profiles.
In practice the traditional wire grooves
are used for reducing wire diameter so you can make a wide variety of different shaped wire profiles using drawplates. Wire grooves are generally not used for producing a finished product.