The roller of the leveling machine is made of wear-resistant forged steel. Depending on the width of the machine, each leveling roll is supported by one or more sets of rolls in its length, which minimizes the diameter of the leveling rolls and reduces the spacing of the rolls.
The rollers can be individually adjusted in the vertical direction so that they often support the full load. The surface of the roll has a standard finish, but for machines that level the aluminum, the surface of the roll is ground and polished.
In addition, there are spiral grooves on the rollers to collect foreign ash particles.
The leveling roller is provided with a scraper to scrape off the impurities adhering to the roller, and the scraped impurities are sent to the front of the machine through the channel for collection and removal.