FILM QUALITY ANALYSER


The Film Surface Analyzer 100 (FSA 100) is used in research and development (R&D) centers, or for the quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA) of polymer film samples. Plaques, liquids and the film surface analyzers are used for on-line systems that monitor the polymer quality during the production and improve the process control, and well as for the off-line systems that detect impurities and contamination such as Gels, blackspec, fish eyes, holes, scratches, etc in slender sheets.

They are all equipped with high resolution cameras (from 25 µm onwards) and special lighting systems to ensure the best achievable product quality.

The web inspection system FSP600 allows the detection of every defect-type which often appears in the transparent and non-transparent films during production process, as well as during film processing/finishing process. It detects gels, black specks, fish eyes, holes, and wrinkles, scratches, coating voids, water drops, oil stains, insects, die lines, contaminations and bubbles.

As a modular system with an optional applicable number of cameras, the FSP600 is used for the 100% surface control of transparent and opaque or coloured films for running speeds up to 1000 m/min. and resolutions from 25 µm.



Film Quality Analyser Product


Film Surface Analyzer 100 (FSA 100)

The FSA100 (Film Surface Analyzer) is a modular surface inspection system that is used in laboratories or during production. The film quality is assessed opto-electronically through the use of a high resolution CCD line scan camera (or full colour camera FSA200) with appropriate illumination technology. The LED or halogen light source will allow optimal defect detection in transparent, opaque, dyed such as non-transparent plastic films.

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Web Inspection System FSP600

Web Inspection System FSP600 for the 100% surface control of transparent and opaque/coloured films for speed up to 1000m/min and resolution from 25µm and is perfectly adjustable to customers' requirement.

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