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What are Durasoft rollers?
Durasoft rollers are typically used in industrial and manufacturing applications. They are a type of roller designed for various material handling and conveying tasks. These rollers feature a seamless surface, securely adhered to a steel insert. They are intended for easy installation on a shaft, with a hub that extends beyond the roller, and come equipped with two set screws positioned 90 degrees apart to firmly attach to the shaft. The inclusion of "teardrop" holes allows the roller to flex, ensuring a secure yet gentle contact. Durasoft rollers are offered in various materials such as neoprene, nitrile, and urethane, with durometer hardness options spanning from 35 to 95.
What does the hardness of the rollers refer to?
Shore Hardness A is a measure of the hardness of a material, particularly elastomers and rubber-like substances, determined using the Shore A durometer scale, where a higher number indicates greater hardness.
Examples of Common Products:
Hardness 35: Flip flops or rubber bands
Hardness 60: Bicycle or automotive tyres
Hardness 80: Skateboard wheels or hydraulic O rings