Rotary kiln monitoring system
The thermal camera-based kiln shell monitoring system RKS300 monitors kiln shell and provides real-time inspection of the entire kiln length.
Infrared Thermal Imaging System
Based on high resolution thermal cameras and a specific software, ProTIR provides real radiometric images.
Early fire detection
FireTIR System is a modular and flexible solution based in radiometric infrared cameras for early fire detection and temperature monitoring.
Metal Coils Quality Control System
MCQC100 is an automated quality control system for surface defects detection, classification and visualization in cold-rolling mills.
Temperature monitoring at key stages is essential in cement plants to maintain an optimum performance to minimise downtime.
Zinc Oxde (ZnO) is produced when different materials are heated at controlled, high temperature in a rotary kiln.
Production of lime requires burning the limestone at controlled, high temperature in a rotary kiln.
RKS300 monitoriza la temperatura en el casco del horno, proporcionando una inspección de la totalidad de la superficie
The use of coal for power generation is widely common. Temperature monitoring is essential for improving the safety and combustion process efficiency.
Cogeneration is a highly efficient and environmentally attractive means of generating heat and electric power at the same time. Cogeneration power plants often operate at 50 to 70 percent higher efficiency rates than single-generation facilities.
Waste-to-energy plants use waste or trash for generating power. The burning fuels is used to heat water into steam that drives a turbine to generate electricity.
Cold rolling occurs when the temperature of the material is below the recrystallization temperature. During this stage it is important to detect surface defects for saving valuable time, increase production efficiency and gain faster line speed through automated surface inspection.
Temperature measurement and control in hot rolling mill maintains product quality and protects processing equipment.
Steelmaking is the process for producing steel, heating iron ore and scrap steel in a furnace with oxygen. Temperature measurement during this process is essential for energy savings and quality control.
Glass-making process always requires consistent product quality and reliability, regardless of their different purposes (container glass, fibreglass and Rockwool, flat glass, speciliaty glass, tableware, etc.).
Temperature monitoring is key for improving the safety and process efficiency in petrochemical plants and refineries.
Paper manufactures demand temperature monitoring for efficient, safe and high-quality production of paper. It is also essential to detect surface defects for saving valuable time, increase production efficiency and gain faster line speed through automated surface inspection.
For aluminium manufactures, it is essential to detect surface defects for saving valuable time, increase production efficiency and gain faster line speed through automated surface inspection.
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