TiltLock Core Chucks teeth automatically engage to the core by the relative motion of the roll to the shaft or shaft to the roll. Tooth lock-up is instant, and requires no tools. Tilt-Lock offers engineering designs that combine maximum strength with the lightest weights for ease of handling.
High maintenance costs are virtually eliminated! TiltLock offers you the widest range of chucks to choose from. Chucks to accommodate core I.D’s from 1” through 12”Incorporating a variety of desirable features for specific operations that are available as standards.
Save time in roll changes, assure precision concentricity, obtain positive, instant lock-up and release without tools for your operations.
Whether expensive or relatively simple tension control systems are necessary for your roll applications, all web operations depend on one fundamental principle to assure a quality finished product. You must have positive locking, concentric running chucks on your parent of finishing rolls.
TiltLock Flange Style Chucks
The Tilt-Lock Flange Chuck assures web control both laterally and radially. The teeth lock the core internally concentrically, instantly and automatically. The greater the torque, the deeper the bite. Web location, laterally, is held true with the chuck flange, by locking the chuck at the desired spot on the shaft with the set screw provided
Series ER1 – (1” thru 4” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Series ER2 – (5” thru 12” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Series EX1 – (1” thru 4” core I.D.) thru square shaft mounting
Series EX2 – (5” thru 12” core I.D.) thru square shaft mounting
Tilt-Lock Through Style Chucks
Shoulderless Through Chucks are spaced at intervals along the working surface of the shaft. They are commonly used to replace expanding shafts, or when heavier torque loads assure deep tooth penetration into the core, eliminating chance of roll side drift. A Flange Chuck is used on the “closed” side of the shaft, while the Shoulderless Chuck is located approximately 3” in from the end of the roll on the opposite end of the shaft. No tools are used.
Series ER3 – (1” thru 4” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Series ER4 – (5” thru 12” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Series EX3 – (1” thru 4” core I.D.) thru square shaft mounting
Series EX4 – (5” thru 12” core I.D.) thru square shaft mounting
Tilt-Lock Idler Style Chucks
Tilt-Lock Idler Chucks are designed as companion chucks to Flange, Shoulderless, or Dualock Chucks. Dimensionally, they are similar to the Flange model, but do not have teeth or retaining bands. The Idler Chuck is recommended in operations where torque requirements are satisfied with the use of only one regular Tilt-Lock Chuck on the shaft. The Idler Chuck serves to hold lateral roll drift and assists in assuring concentricity on the running roll.
Series ER13 – (3” thru 12” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Series ER14 – (5” thru 12” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Series EX13 – (3” thru 12” core I.D.) thru square shaft mounting
Series EX14 – (5” thru 12” core I.D.) thru square shaft mounting
Tilt-Lock Split Clamp Style Chucks
Series ER0 – (3” thru 6” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Tilt-Lock Step Chucks
TiltLock Step Chucks are available for many combinations of cored rolls. Perhaps the 6/3”, 5/3”, or 4/3” are the most commonly used for shaft operations. The main advantage in purchasing Tilt-Lock Step Chucks is that fewer separate chucks are required for applications where core I.D’s vary from roll to roll. To compute torque factors and dimensions of a given Step Chuck design, simply use the largest size as the flange model, and add the shoulderless “step” for each of the smaller succeeding diameter required. Available in either 2-Way or regular standard model
Tilt-Lock Dualock Chucks
The Tilt-Dualock Chuck features a depressible spring flange shoulder that enables the operator to load and reload rolls on a shaft without ever touching a tool. The operator merely depresses the spring flange and inserts or withdraws the shaft containing the chucks. A Tilt-Lock Flange Chuck or Idler is located on one side of the shaft, while the Tilt-Dualock Chuck is secured to the opposing end of the shaft, spaced the width of the roll apart. Absolute roll control is assured both laterally and radially. A simple reverse twist of the shaft or roll disengages the chuck when removing. For uniform roll width operations, the Tilt-Dualock Chuck offers you the ideal solution.
Series ER5 – (2” thru 6” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
Series EX5- (2” thru 6” core I.D.) thru round shaft mounting
How does a Tilt-Lock Chuck Work?
Tilt-Lock Chucks featuring spring activated Tilt-Lock Teeth assure instant, automatic lock-up in a wider range of core I.D. variations. The steel springs, located under each tooth, “tilt” the tool steel teeth forward and out from the chuck chassis when in the relaxed position. The tooth circle reduces to the size of the core I.D. when entering the core. Steel bands hold the teeth in the tooth cavities yet allow free movement in the core. Bands also provide for easy tooth removal when changing roll directions
The tool steel triangle teeth are hardened to assure positive bite.
Tilt-Lock is equally efficient for drive, brake, unwind & rewind.
How To Load/Unload Tiltlock Chucks
1. Space chucks width of roll apart – then lock to
shaft. Ready for quick and easy entry.
2. Push shaft through core until Tilt-Dualock Chuck
snaps into hooked position.
3. For easy roll change – depress springs, push shaft
out. Ready for a new roll!