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Why PHD

Why investing in a Pin Hole Detector PHD?

PHD

 

The benefits of a PHD can be seen from two angles of view:

  1. Production determined control of type, size and amount of pin holes

    Here are pharma-packages surely in the focus. Incursion of oxygen and UV-light alter the characteristic of chemical products like pills. High precision, three/five classes and LED or Laser-based PHD  are a must to monitor the product quality. Also the requirement regarding quality of food packages, e.g. membrane for powdered milk (baby food), increases more and more and demands high precision foil inspection.

  2. Continues process improvement

    Each separated material web is been inspected. Amount, size and type of pin holes are analyzed related to their origin. Why? The origination of pin holes very often happens much earlier than their discovery. So up-stream defects are being dragged thru the whole production process. This is quite cost-intensive. The PHD permits an intensive and systematically process evaluation and allow retracing of up-stream defects, such as unsuitable cast or mill-oil filtering, inclusions, poor scalping or mechanical damage due to back-up or working roll defects. All this information is a precondition for future process improvements.

System characteristics

  • Compact size
  • Very solid designed for rough working condition
  • Easy installation and removal
  • Real time continuous 100% inspection
  • Detection of 10 µm holes at max. web speed
  • Alarm based on size and density
  • Real time alert on periodic defects
  • Auto diagnosis facilities
  • Easy setting of detection parameters (size, density)
  • Inputs / outputs and serial port for connection to switches, PLC and computer
  • Real time monitoring of product quality and defective trend
  • Minimum maintenance, no calibration required
  • Generation of detailed quality reports for each product coil
  • Statistical analysis of hole sizes and their percentage incidence on total production
  • Historical database for long term production evaluation

 

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