Infrared Temperature Measurement | Combustion & Environmental Monitoring

Automotive Glass

Automotive glass production plants around the world are already realizing the benefits of installing a Landscan WCA system.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  • Yield enhancements attributable to more consistent product temperature distributions prior to forming to final shape.
  • Subtracted map displays give immediate post- processed images of the difference between the latest batch and the reference batch.
  • Database - trending for Quality Assurance, statistical summaries, downstream customers Certificates of Conformity, etc.

Wind Shields/Screens

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The LSP-hd 51 scanner head is normally mounted in a rugged housing on the process center-line, above the exit of the heating section. Product speed is medium to fast; requiring fast scan rates in the range of 25 to 50Hz.

Low-Emissivity Coated Components

A Landscan sensor head is normally mounted on a Mounting Plate on the process center-line, below the exit of the heating section immediately prior to the shaping dies. Product speed through the scan plane is medium to fast; requiring fast scan rates in the range of 25 to 50Hz.

Side Windows

The Landscan sensor head, sealed in a rugged housing, is mounted on the process center-line and above the exit of the heating section prior to the shaping dies. Product speed is fast to very fast, requiring faster scan rates in the range of 50 to 100Hz. Mounting the scanner underneath the process allows the sensor head to scan the uncoated underside of the glass components. These sensor head installations demand excellent scan alignment and the best quality optics available (small target spot diameters with very low levels of optical aberration) as sighting is normally between a pair of closely-spaced support rollers immediately prior to the shaping dies.

Utilising dedicated WCA software

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WCA dedicated software can also be supplied.  This software is designed to meet your specific requirements and shows detailed thermal profiles of the glass to detect thermal defects in the glass.