When we hear the word “metal” most of us automatically think “steel” and all that it involves. But there are other metals and alloys and the processes associated with them that warrant non-contact temperature measurement and application of precise techniques in order to realize their full usefulness.
Many manufacturing operations involve the joining of metal components, and there are several methods to choose from. Non-contact infrared temperature sensors and thermal imaging camera systems have proven successful in dealing with the demands of high temperatures, moving targets, hazardous environments and critical measurements. Utilizing infrared sensors and their unique characteristics, high speed, precisely focused and controlled techniques are used in automotive and aircraft component manufacture, tool making, vacuum melting, electric motor manufacture, tube forming, pipe casting and coating production, to name just a few.
Process Sensors Corporation has worldwide sales and support offices to assist on projects from initial scope and estimation of potential ROI to installation and integration of your system with responsive support after the sale. To explore the many ways Process Sensors Corporation's non-contact infrared temperature devices have positively impacted many manufacturing industries, and how they can offer solutions to your challenging applications, click on the link below.
Metal forging, brazing, shrink fitting and vacuum melting applications require temperature monitoring for process optimization.
Annealing, tempering, and case hardening applications benefit from temperature measurement and control.
Minimize defective product in wire and cable drawing with temperature measurement and control.