MEASURING PRINCIPLES : MEASURING HEADS :  MARINE SYSTEMS : Home Products & Support About Contact    META-Automation offers heavy Duty Gauges for Measuring the Grammage (Weight per Area, Basis Weight) and Coating of products during Manufacturing. Depending on Application a wide-range of methods are provided, such as :  Low Energy Radioactiv Sources (β- and γ-Rays),  Infrared (NIR) Radiation  and.   Microwaves based Sensor The Sensors can be configured either as one sided Measurement (Backscattering Mode) or as double sided in Transmission operating Mode. The On-Line Monitoring of Basis Weight itself can be realized at fixed Positions along the Process Lines or as scanning, cross traversing  Measurement at the End of certain Production Phases (e.g. after Dryer Section). To do that nummerous  Sensor / Scanner Configurations but also customized Designs are offered capable to operate in enviromentally hostile Conditions. Real-Time measurement within sampling Time of typically 20 ms leave sufficient Time to accompanied Software Analyzer Units to perform standard and customized statistical Calculations and continuous Recording of the monitored manufacuring Process allowing Repeatability, full Transparency and Tracaebility of the End Product.   A variety of also offered dedicated Machine Controls (e.g. Speed Control, Flow Control, predictive Smith-models etc) substantially improve and optimise the Production Process. WMR-9 : Technical Information  WMR-9 :  Application Coating, Layers  Basis Weight and Coating  -(Radioactive Radiation) META-Automation: Scanner Gauges META-Automation: Ionization Chamber WMR-9 : Technical Data Pm-147 Head  NEXT PAGE >>> Radioactive Sources in Use:  Promethium 147 for up to 200 gr/m2, Krypton 85 for up to 1200 gr/m2, Strontium 90 for more than 1200 gr/m2,Americium 241 for more than 5000 gr/m2 Iron Fe 55 for Titandioxyd, Cellulose, Polypropylen (PP), Polyethylen (PE), PVC, Aluminium, Carbon (C), Magnesium, Water, Kaolin etc WMR-9 : Method of Operation Grammage (Basis Weight) Gauges APPLICATIONS :