In this webinar, Camilo Aladro, Pressure Mapping Product Manager at Tekscan, discusses sensing technology that helps to identify what happens between rolls. The aim of this webinar is for viewers to leave with an understanding of how this technology can work with the tasks they are carrying out.
Tekscan’s economic solution assists the user when dealing with pressure-sensitive paper: trimming the paper to the required size and feeding it through the rolls. As the paper does not offer dynamic feedback, only area and pressure distribution can be indicated, and poor information can result.
Assessing accurate information, along with NIP contact information, is possible through the Nip Pressure Alignment Tool (NPAT) – the new product from Tekscan.
The NPAT utilizes a sensor made up of an array of thin and flexible pressure-sensitive bands, which can be configured to match the size of an application. As this webinar outlines, using Tekscan’s patented technology, various sensing bands can be fed into small to large rolls, validating uniformity and pressure across the rolls.
Pressure mapping technology can add value to a range of applications and analyses. As outlined, this is a cost-effective way to have multiple systems in the same location or in various locations worldwide and streamline those processes.
- Tekscan’s sensing technology
- Demonstration of Tekscan’s units
- Analysis of Tekscan’s technology
Camilo Aladro, Pressure Mapping Product Manager at Tekscan.