emtec Electronic at the CIDPEX 2015 in Shenzhen, China
emtec Electronic GmbH will participate at the “CIDPEX 2015” China International Disposable Paper Expo in Shenzhen, Guangdong in China from May 25th until 27th. The company will present different testing instruments at the exhibition booth no. 1R39M – together with Shanghai Forest & Paper Scientific Instrument – its representative in China.
By the application of the different testing instruments the complete production process from the pulp to the finished product can be controlled and guided in the right direction to get an efficient process and the best possible quality with the lowest possible costs.
In the wet end it is extremely important to have detailed information about the charges of particles in the pulp suspension, which can be determined by CAS Charge Analyzing System. Also important is the knowledge about the surface charge of the pulp fibers, which can be measured with the FPA Fiber Potential Analyzer. Furthermore, emtec Electronic developed a new Online measuring device FPO Fiber Potential Analyzer Online, which measures the Zeta Potential of fibers directly during the production process and delivers immediately reliable and necessary information concerning the dosing of chemicals to the pulp.
In the case of tissue and nonwoven production it is necessary to get an idea of the quality of base product after production and of finished products after converting. This can be realized by the TSA Tissue Softness Analyzer, which
gives reliable and objective information about the real softness, smoothness/ roughness, stiffness as well as the final hand feeling. The availability of these three parameters opens a huge amount of chances for the optimization of the tissue and nonwoven production and converting processes.
On Monday, 25th May at 3.40 pm, Mr. Alexander Gruener will explain all the possibilities to obtain an efficient production and converting process with the application of these devices in his presentation “Process Optimization from
the Wet to the Dry End of the Tissue Production Process”.