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Honeywell: help paper and paperboard manufacturers improve product quality

Beijing June 24, 2010 Honeywell (nyse:hon) today released the precisionfotosurf. As the latest product in the scanning imaging measurement family, precisionfotosurf with high efficiency first appeared at the 2010 Helsinki International Paper Industry Exhibition in Finland. Precisionfotosurf is a surface quality measurement sensor, which can help paper and board manufacturers improve product quality and reduce scrap rate and production cost. For printing paper and various grades of paperboard products, surface characteristic detection is very important. This sensor is the ideal choice for this work. It can minimize the manual supervision and detection of product surface quality by paper mill staff. Precisionfotosurf's powerful camera and lighting technology can control the operation of the experimental machine. It can automatically adjust according to the speed and the characteristics of the paper surface to capture high-quality paper surface pictures

this automated solution helps reduce the change of smoothness/roughness of paper pages, which often leads to defects in a series of paper and paperboard products, and ultimately affects the printability of products. The sensor can facilitate the staff of the paper mill to electronically monitor the surface characteristics of the paper throughout the production process, and take corrective measures quickly when finding that the product deviates from the standard value. This will reduce the return rate of unqualified products, and at the same time, with fewer printing suitability problems, customer satisfaction will also increase

Marco, the leader of Honeywell's pulp, paper printing and continuous sheet products business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa Markojamsen said: optical uniformity sensors save time and money for paper and paperboard manufacturers and help them improve their competitiveness. This solution can improve the overall product quality and reduce the scrap rate by reducing the time for the laboratory to find defects and take correct solutions by reducing the smoothness/roughness analysis. It provides a new way to diagnose process problems

the precisionfotosurf supports a vehicle speed of 2000 m/min. it uses the built-in imaging control unit to manage the camera and lighting parameters. In addition, it also provides digital values of surface smoothness and roughness. It is said that the first batch of products of the company have entered the production line of Shanxi branch. The sensor enters the main interface of the control software to display the product surface image, so as to determine the root cause of the product problem and take measures to solve it

about Honeywell

Honeywell international is a leading enterprise in the diversified technology and manufacturing industry in the fortune 100. Globally, its business covers aerospace products and services, building, home and industrial control technology, automotive products, turbochargers, and special materials. Honeywell is headquartered in Morris, New Jersey, USA, and its shares are listed on the New York, London and Chicago stock exchanges

about Honeywell process control department

Honeywell process control department is subordinate to Honeywell automation and control group. As the world's leading supplier of products and solutions, Honeywell process control department helps families, building construction and industrial enterprises around the world improve efficiency and profitability, assist in compliance with legal norms, ensure safety and create a comfortable environment

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