Like many of the companies we work with, we are sure you understand how critical coating viscosity is in the dispense process.
You no doubt take great care to ensure that your coating is at the right viscosity before you put it into your process.
The problem is that on the journey from your coating source to the point of dispense, things change.
Your coating absorbs process heat, goes through high shear devices, and is subject to fluctuating ambient
conditions. This pretty much ensures that the viscosity is not the same when it is dispensed as it was when it started.
Using viscosity sensors, we can measure how much viscosity changes and correlate that to quality defects and material & solvent usage.
We’ve made it easy to assess the real impact of viscosity changes in your process. Here’s how it works.
Direct us to the coating that is giving you the most trouble. Allow us to place one viscosity sensor at the material source and another sensor close to the point of dispense. Track and record quality and material usage data.
We collect time stamped viscosity data at both locations for an agreed upon period of time. Usually two weeks or more. We then prepare a report of viscosity variation and work with you to correlate to quality and material usage.
After our collaboration, we will provide you with a clear picture of the viscosty variations and how they relate to quality and material usage. This will include graphs and written explanations to help clarify what you are seeing.
By measuring viscosity changes and correlating them to quality and material usage data, we can quantify how much these changes could be costing you. Armed with this knowledge, you can take steps to mitigate those changes.
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.
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Using our proprietary process for installation, integration, and optimization our experts will work with your team until you get the results that you expect.
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