Highly-responsive and highly-accurate thickness and basis-weight measurement in dynamic environments.
The Marveloc 602 product family offers thickness measurement, basis weight measurement, anomaly detection or even di-electric characterization of various non-conductive materials in many industries. In order to tackle each measurement task, Hammer-IMS has a diversified product range. Products roughly differ in terms of the sensor's values for responsivity and precision.
A full measuring system is shown on the left. The system consists of a processing unit, a sensor-head pair and an industrial PC containing the industry-specific processing software. Note that Hammer-IMS integrates these measuring systems in its turnkey CURTAIN and CUBE products.
The Marveloc Falcon is the topline device in the Marveloc 602 product range. It can handle the following applications: signaling anomalies in paper materials, thickness measurement of synthetic sheets and films, foam characterization, composite thickness measurement and determination of its dielectric parameters, glass thickness measurement, laminated and coated textile basis-weight measuring, glass wool characterization and many more.
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Products and solutions built upon Hammer-IMS’s measurement systems are connectable through a software suite fitting your inline needs. The software is called Hammer-IMS Connectivity 3.0. It enables an intuitive experience while monitoring your production. It features configuration of all devices that Hammer-IMS provides, real-time measurement visualisation, data-save functionality, calibration routines and various modules for a range of measurement tasks and materials.
The CURTAIN mechanical mounting frames are O-type or C-type based traveling or fixed measurement frames. They are designed to contain multiple sensor-head pairs (typically 4) of the Marveloc 602 product family for inline applications. The frames feature a rigid structure, which does not suffer performance loss due to sensor-head misalignment, which is a typical killer for non-rigid frames. The frames contain an enclosed space for insertion of one Marveloc 602 processing unit. The Marveloc’s wiring can be concealed in dedicated cable conduits. If a traveling frame is requested, it is mounted on a linear-drive unit including a motor drive to enable full coverage of the material’s width. The multi-head nature enables a short mean time between measurement, and small line clearances for broad production lines.
The CUBE enclosure box can contain a single Marveloc 602 and sensor-head pair. CUBE enclosures stand for temperature-conditioned environments with room for installation of additional third party sensor technology.