EMG SORM 3plus is the online measuring system for recording roughness parameters on running strips. An important quality feature of uncoated and surface-finished strips are roughness characteristics. The standard method used so far is roughness measurement by means of a stylus instrument.
To do this, the operator must stop the production line or take samples from the coil and measure them offline in the laboratory. EMG SORM 3plus, on the other hand, is a non-contact online measuring system that can be used reliably on metallic and many non-metallic surfaces at production speeds of up to 2400 m/min.
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"EMG SORM 3plus measures the metal strip online and calculates the surface profile, from which the roughness parameters Ra and RPc are then determined. Our solution thus enables the seamless measurement of production-relevant surface parameters."
Guido Eichert, Product Manager
In the production of steel and aluminium strips, the increased demands on new materials and ever more complex components require an increasingly higher level of process reliability. With our innovative quality assurance systems for the cold rolling area, you can optimise your processes - and thus also your product quality. All EMG systems are based on the same hardware and software structure. Benefit from the use of our broad solution portfolio and reduce your TCO (Total Cost of Ownership).
EMG IMPOC is a well-proven magnetic-inductive measuring system for the automatic, non-destructive online determination of the mechanical properties tensile strength and yield strength of ferromagnetic steel strips.
In hot-dip galvanizing lines, the thickness of the zinc layer on the metal strip is adjusted with the aid of compressed air-driven blow-off nozzles - so-called air knives - directly above the zinc pot.