A demonstration unit is generally the last step we take to see if we are a good fit for your process and your team. It will require some effort from both of us if it is to be successful.
The good news is we generally have great success with demos. Before we agree to installation, we will both understand the issues and we will both understand the expectations.
The bottom line is simple. Either it works for your process or it doesn't.
The sooner we both know this, the sooner we can both get on to other projects.
This is the simplest, most cost- effective way to help make a decision. With actual field performance you get to decide with Your Process, Your Data and Your Results.
We’ve made it easy to assess the real impact of viscosity changes in your process. Here’s how it works.
Contact us to schedule the installation of a demonstration unit. Allow for a short period of downtime and supply a maintenance person to help with installation. Give us a few hours for training and that's it.
Our service technician will fully commission the equipment and provide your team with training. We will communicate regularly to provide suggestions to optimize performance and to answer any questions.
You will receive full use of the equipment to determine if it works for your process and your team. We recommend using for at least two weeks so you can operate using different material in varying conditions.
We do not get to this point unless you are convinced that we may be able to help. If it performs as planned, great. If it does not perform as planned, we remove the demo and hopefully we both learned something.
If you think there may even be a chance that temperature fluctuations are affecting your process, get some free advice from one of our experts.
We tour your process using comprehensive checklists, a thermal imaging camera, and a great deal of experience, and generate a report focused on your unique concerns.
By installing two inline viscosity sensors, we can help quantify how much your viscosity changes during your dispensing process and whether it's worth doing something about.
Using our proprietary process for installation, integration, and optimization our experts will work with your team until you get the results that you expect.
We identify ten key categories and ask you to self-score your process. Learn whether your process is a liability and if so, what to do about it.
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