Double E Group releases improved RollMover RX roll pusher

New design offers mobility and power improvements in a smaller package.

Web handling and converting industry supplier Double E Group has expanded its portfolio with a new version of Appleton RollMover RX, with improved and smaller design for increased mobility and a new power profile.

The New RollMover RX roll pusher builds on Appleton’s legacy of developing innovative, performance-enhancing material handling products for the converting industry.

Powered by a Lithium Iron Phosphate battery for long use, the RollMover RX is smaller and lighter than its predecessor making it easier to handle and maneuver but also offering a 35 percent increase in torque.

‘The New RollMover RX designed and built in Neenah, WI, adds a new dimension to Appleton's complete line of roll pushing devices,’ said Matt Spang, vice president of sales at Double E Group. ’Powered by a Lithium Iron Phosphate battery, the RX is capable of moving 8,000 lb. loads. It is lighter and more maneuverable than the other models but designed to be more robust than others on the market. Double E Group is very excited to release this model and fully expect it to succeed where so many competitors have failed.’

Appleton RollMover RX

RollMover RX’s new power profile offers an increased capacity to move rolls up to 8,000 lbs. across a flat floor or up to 5,500 lbs. into transitions (varies by application). With a roll diameter range of 16 to 60in, RollMover RX offers the ability to move a greater range of rolls than ever before. 

‘We are very pleased to announce the release of our newest RollMover innovation. The RollMover RX further expands Appleton's Lithium Iron Phosphate RollMover offering in an overall package that is at least 20 percent smaller and lighter than all prior models. The RX model was designed with operator ergonomics, facility space restrictions, and increased productivity in mind resulting in our easiest to use RollMover product to date,’ commented Eric Quandt, general manager at Appleton.