Red Bud Industries offers Stretcher Levelers rated at material thicknesses up to 1″ (25.4 mm) at widths up to 96″ (2438 mm).
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Red Bud Industries has been building Stretcher Levelers since 1986. With almost 50 Stretchers sold worldwide, Red Bud Industries has earned a reputation as a leader in the design and production of stretcher leveling technology. While Temper Mill Cut-To-Length Line installations have declined over the years, the Stretcher Leveler has been increasingly popular.
Elegant in its simplicity!
Our “T Series” Stretchers are the next evolution in stretcher levelling technology. Their revolutionary design is the first ever to incorporate a bolt together, tie rod construction. These machines are floor mounted, require minimal foundation work, and come in fixed bed lengths up to 50′ (15 m). Stretcher Levellers are also significantly less expensive and have lower overall maintenance costs than comparable Temper Mill Cut-To-Length Lines.
Beauty and a Beast!
Depending on the model, these Stretch Levelling units can handle material thicknesses from .048″ (1 mm) all the way up to 1.00″ (25 mm) on the same machine! Our Stretch Levelers also include “quick draw” technology that produces the fastest cycle times on the planet. In addition, our SUREGRIP® System features adjustable clamping pressure and specially designed non-slip, long life metallic grippers. Our grippers will not slip even if you are running high strength and/or oily material.
Save a Tree!
Our Stretcher Leveler does not require you to use cardboard inserts that need to be changed and thrown away every time you run a coil. To the contrary, you can use our grippers for up to a year or more before they need resurfaced. If you are ready to “terminate” your stress, give us a call for more information.
T1 – up to .375″ (9.5 mm) x 96″ (2400 mm)
T2– up to .500″ (13 mm) X 96″ (2400 mm)
T3– up to .750″ (19 mm) X 96″ (2400 mm)
T4– up to 1.00″ (25 mm) X 96″ (2400 mm)
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Stretcher Level Installations and Current Temper Mill Installations Since 2003
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