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Brought to you by Technidyne, our specialist optical, surface, and physical property testing brand, this roll hardness profiler blocks baggy rolls and eradicates runnability issues.
When you need to define a good or bad roll it’s essential to know the roll hardness profile. A good paper roll is wound with uniform or diminishing hardness from the core to the outside of the roll.
If your rolls of paper, paperboard, cardboard, corrugated, films or non-wovens are wound too soft, or too tight, then you’ll encounter problems. Rolls should be wound to support their own weight and sustain some impact and compressive loads during shipping and handling.
When you examine your rolls properly using our accurate and effective ACA RoQ™ Roll Hardness Profiler you will:
Save money and protect your reputation: fewer roll quality complaints equals less product wastage and happier customers!
Swiftly understand roll problems: our roll hardness profiler will identify all sorts of problem areas from rope marks and bagginess through to soft edges and wrinkles.
Enjoy greater accuracy: Our roll hardness profiler gives you a level of granular detail that you won’t find with many other similar products on the market.
Caliper variations are often too small to be picked up by online scanners or test labs. The good news is, you can easily identify problematic rolls using our sophisticated roll hardness profiler inspection machines.
The ACA RoQ roll hardness profiler accurately measures hardness profiles, which can be used to troubleshoot and optimize roll making, converting and finishing processes.
With an embedded touch screen, Wi-Fi functionality and a built-in barcode reader, you’ll enjoy instant on-screen roll hardness profiler data. The unique technology provides extremely accurate measurements plus flexible data transfer and storage.
We make a wide range of paper roll hardness testers and film roll hardness testers. Why not check out the Smith Roll Tightness Tester 40-54 from Testing Machines Inc or get in touch if you have something else in mind.
We like to share the lessons learnt over many decades of making roll hardness profiler devices. Why not check out the knowledge base section of our website where you’ll find blogs on how to eliminate starred paper rolls or the common roll winding defects to look for?
Display: 4,3″ touch screen
Wireless connectivity: WLAN
Wired connection type: USB
Batteries: @ x Li-ion 2200 mAh
Charging: from USB port
Dimensions: 180 x 80 x 122 mm
Weight: 1,4 kg
Barcode reader: built-in camera
Max. profile resolution: 1mm
When your customers must be able to rely on your inks and coatings there’s no margin for error in your test and inspection processes. So, settling for second-rate equipment and advice is a risky business!
With several dedicated inks and coatings testing brands in the Industrial Physics family, our industry-leading product portfolio and expertise is even relied upon by leading paint testing laboratories.
Artur Palasz, R&D Director at Spektrochem, said:
“Many of our customers appreciate Industrial Physics equipment, because it is a world-class apparatus that they know and use in their laboratories. Excellent technical contact, perfect customer service and fast order processing time are undoubtedly additional advantages that determine the choice of Industrial Physics as our permanent supplier of laboratory equipment today and in the future.”