Equipment & Systems
What’s New… (November 01, 2003)
ADDITIVESFITCHBURG, MA -- SPECTRO Analytical Instruments has released a new application report that documents a simple, cost-effective method of analyzing paper and clay coated paper to determine the ...
November 1, 2003 By Pulp & Paper Canada
FITCHBURG, MA — SPECTRO Analytical Instruments has released a new application report that documents a simple, cost-effective method of analyzing paper and clay coated paper to determine the amount of silicone coating present.
The report summarizes the results of laboratory tests conducted using the company’s TITAN XRF bench-top analyzer. The analyzer employs X-ray fluorescence in combination with sequential filtration technology and a rugged, time-proven proportional counter as its detector system.
CLOSED-LOOP COLOR CONTROL
LEIPZIG, GERMANY — Honeywell Industry Solutions introduced a new closed-loop color control solution for newspaper printing presses. The solution, announced at the IFRA Exhibition, measures the density of color printing product on a continuous basis, and advanced control algorithms automatically adjust ink settings. The control minimizes product quality variations and improves management of startup situations, which reduces paper and color waste.
MONTREAL, QC — GL&V Canada, Trois-Rivires, QC, will supply a winder type VG to Kruger-Wayagamack which is part of the major modernization program.
PAPER ROLL SPIDER
HOMEWOOD, IL — The Spider by Brudi Bolzoni Auramo will make sure paper rolls are in complete roundness before the roll is positioned on a high-speed, web fed printing press, thus eliminating having to stop the press and return the damaged roll.
Microprocessing and ultrasonic-sound technology is used to quickly and with complete accuracy evaluate the paper roll for roundness. Test results can be viewed on a LCD-display on site or directed to a standard PC for further analysis.#text2#
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