AMETEK Land has announced that it will make a version of its portable Cyclops 055L-2F Meltmaster non-contact thermometer in India specifically for the local foundry market. AMETEK Land will assemble the Cyclops 055L-2F Meltmaster sold in India at its India Service Centre in Bangalore to provide added benefits to the Indian foundry market.
AMETEK Land has enhanced its senior management team with the appointment of Christopher Leonard to the role of Director of Development and Product Management.
Richard Gagg, Industry Manager - Metals and Industrial Processing for AMETEK Land, looks at how accurate temperature measurement is critical in aluminium rolling and extrusion processing. The article addresses the importance of accurately measuring the temperature at various stages in the manufacturing of these wrought aluminium products, particularly rolled aluminium, presenting both challenges and solutions. Read the full article in Light Metal Age - December 2017.
New Webinar Now Available On Demand – Advances in Non-contact Temperature Measurement for Aluminium Extruders
View our webinar where we will introduce advances in non-contact temperature measurement for aluminum extruders, including its SPOT AL EQS pyrometer and actuator. Attendees will learn how understanding temperature and controlling press speed and quench rates during the aluminum extrusion process are critical to producing products that have the required quality and properties. VIEW WEBINAR
AMETEK Land has announced its latest innovation, the SPOT actuator, for enhanced targeted alignment of its popular SPOT pyrometers. The SPOT actuator provides remotely controlled target alignment of a SPOT pyrometer for even greater accuracy in temperature measurement for aluminium processing applications that use the SPOT AL EQS (Aluminium Extrusion Quench and Strip) pyrometer.
AMETEK Land will present and exhibit at ACI’s 7th Annual European Biomass to Power conference, November 8-9, 2017 in Aarhus, Denmark.
Mark Bennett, Glass Industry Lead at AMETEK Land, looks at how infrared temperature measurement helps improve efficiency and optimise quality within glass production, while reducing emissions and providing better asset protection. Read the full article in Glass International - July/August 2017.
AMETEK Land announces that its Glass Sector Lead Mark Bennett* and Consultant Neil Simpson**, Simpson Combustion and Energy, will speak at the 78th Conference on Glass Problems (GPC), November 6-9, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Mark Bennett and Neil Simpson will present “Use of Continuous Infrared Temperature Image to Optimise Furnace Operations” during the technical session on GPC modelling, sensors and furnace design.
AMETEK Land announces that its Technical Director, Dr. Peter Drögmöller, will speak at the In-Line Measurement and Control for Metal Processing Conference, December 6-7, 2017 in Warwick, UK. Dr. Drögmöller will present “Infrared Process Imaging Systems for Continuous Annealing Lines” during the Process and Other Applications session.
AMETEK Land has supplied its Near Infrared Borescope (NIR-B) 3XR, an enhanced thermal imager, to the world leader in gases, technologies and services for industry and health, Air Liquide, which is now gaining know-how by continuously measuring temperature of tube walls within its steam methane reformers (SMR).
AMETEK Land will attend two major heat treatment shows this fall to demonstrate its innovative SPOT range of stand-alone infrared pyrometers for heat treatment applications.
Delegates visiting Heat Treat 2017, October 24-26 in Columbus, Ohio, USA and Härterei Kongress 2017, October 25-27 in Cologne, Germany, will see the SPOT fixed non-contact pyrometer that is designed with advanced integrated processing capabilities to make temperature measurement accurate, flexible and easy to use.
Thomas Fortinberry, Business Development Manager Industrial Gas, AMETEK Land, details fixed thermal imaging for steam methane reformers and how effective monitoring of process temperature data can provide better asset management. Read the full article in World Fertilizer - July / August 2017
Richard Gagg, Industry Manager - Metals, AMETEK Land, discusses infrared line scanning as a technique that can be applied to detect early stages of spontaneous heating and combustion for coal moving on a belt conveyor system. Read the full article in World Coal - July 2017
AMETEK Land to Showcase the Latest Infrared Pyrometers at Leading Aluminium Industry Events This Autumn
AMETEK Land is showcasing the combined power of the SPOT AL EQS (Extrusion, Quench and Strip) infrared pyrometer with the new SPOT Actuator, at two of the aluminium industry’s leading international events this autumn.
Delegates visiting ALUEXPO 2017, 5-7 October, at the Istanbul EXPO Centre in Turkey and Aluminum USA 2017, 25 - 26 October in the Music City Centre, Nashville, USA, can see AMETEK Land demonstrate how the SPOT AL EQS pyrometer accurately measures temperatures in extruders and rolling mills and how, when paired with the new SPOT Actuator, the combined system can make significant efficiency gains for aluminium plants.
AMETEK Land will showcase its award-winning, real-time, in-furnace thermal imaging Near Infrared Borescope (NIR-B) at a number of leading international glass industry events this autumn. These include Glassman Europe, Gulf Glass, Vitrum and the International Commission on Glass (ICG) Annual Meeting.
At Glassman Europe 2017, 6-7 September, at the Cité Centre de Congrès, Lyon, France, AMETEK Land will be on Stand B1. For Gulf Glass 2017, which runs 25 - 27 September in the Dubai World Trade Centre, United Arab Emirates; AMETEK Land can be found at Stand 5C 220. Vitrum 2017 takes place in Milan, Italy, 3 - 6 October, and ICG 2017, 22-25 October, in Istanbul, Turkey.
The AMETEK Land calibration laboratory in India† has been assessed and accredited against the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standard in the field of calibration, as approved by the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL). The laboratory secured the best calibration measurement capability of any laboratory in India for the 0 to 550 °C range.