Rolls Incorporated P.O. Box 455 1875. Nora Morgan Leighton, AL 35646


Covering North America Since 1968 

At Rolls Incorporated we pride ourselves on being able to supply our customers with a wide variety of roller elastomers. With our in house mixing facility and on staff full time chemist we are able to engineer a custom compound to solve many of the problems you might be having with your rolls. We offer everything from a simple SBR to premium custom compounded Fluorocarbon elastomers.

Since Rolls Incorporated was started we have tried to keep our compound names as simple as possible. We use the common trade names for the base elastomer that way you always know what is going on our roll. One of the reasons that we do this is because we feel the base elastomer is not what needs to be secret; it is what we add to the compound that’s makes it special.  One way to look at is to think about biscuits everyone that makes them and use the same base ingredients, but what separates one person’s biscuits from the other is that special touch and secret ingredients that they use.

What Elastomer is Right for You?

There are few ways that we can determine which compound is right for you. The easiest and quickest way to pick the compound is of course you just tell us what you want on the roll and that’s what we do. The next way we can figure what to put on you roll is to take a sample piece of rubber off your roll and send through our lab for reverse engineering.

The way we feel is best is to let one of our sales engineers come in your plant and do a Roll Cover Needs Analysis. The reason we like the Roll Cover Needs Analysis is because we will look at all the factors the effect you rollers and determine which elastomer is best based on what we find. Yes we could just give you the same thing that you have always been using, but through our needs analysis we might be able to designyou a compound that could give you better run times in reducing your overall cost.

Elastomers We Provide

  • Nitrile
  • CSM
  • EPDM
  • Fluroelastomer
  • SBR
  • Carboxylated Nitrile
  • Neoprene
  • Silicone
  • Hydrogenated Nitrile
  • Natural Rubber
  • Ester & Ether
  • Urethane