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October 2015

PRESS RELEASES

EXERGEN GLOBAL’s TEMPERATURE SENSOR DRIVES SHEPHERD MICRO RACING TEAM TO MULTIPLE CHAMPIONSHIP WINS

WATERTOWN, Mass., and ZIJTAART, the Netherlands, October 21, 2015 - Exergen Global announced today that its DX501 handheld infrared scanner played an integral role in helping Team Shepherd win the Championship in the Swiss, Italian and Spanish 1/8th scale remote control car races this September, and the European Champion title in August. Team Shepherd drivers use the DX501 Read More...

APPLICATION NOTE

SMALL TO LARGE DIAMETER REFLECTIVE CONE USED IN VARIOUS INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS LIKE:

Many industrial applications have a lot of operations of which the accurate determination of the temperature of the drum, blanket, silicon wafer etc. is required. The surface temperature is an essential control variable for efficient high quality processing of any kind of material in the several industries.

BYLINE ARTICLE SENSOR MAGAZINE

Flash cure systems are an excellent way to cure, or dry, the ink used in screen printing processes. They also offer manufacturers capabilities not possible before, including the ability to:

Increase opacity, and create highlights and other special effects, Print colors on top of other colors efficiently and cleanly, particularly for certain special combinations of substrates and inks, and Print light-colored inks on dark backgrounds by first quickly curing-a light-colored ink under the base ink. However, these more advanced capabilities require very accurate and consistent temperature controls. If the flash cure unit temperature is too hot, the adhesive used to hold the garment in a fixed position during printing may become gooey and it will not perform properly.

With excessive heat, the adhesive may adhere to the garment when removed from the pallet, and result in a sticky, tacky layer on the inside of the shirt. Overheating may also burn the garment or related equipment, such as pallets.

If the flash cure temperature is too cool, the ink may not fully cure and will not stand up to a washing. Any of these issues mean that manufacturers are wasting precious time and energy – ultimately having a negative impact on the bottom line.

ControlOne obvious solution to controlling flash cure system temperatures is a temperature sensor; but manufacturers need to be aware of some challenges that can occur when using a sensor with flash cure systems. Read More...

QUOTE OF THE MONTH

"If you do what you did, you get what you got"

Bart van Liempd, GM Exergen Global

VIDEO BRAM AND BOB AT SENSOR EXPO

EVENTS

Heidelberg/Gallus, HP Indigo, DG Press, Xeikon, ETI, Dupont, Kodak, Mutoh ---What do all these companies have in common? They all have wisely chosen to use Exergen Global's innovative sensor technology that offers the industry's premiere non-drift, high repeatability, high accuracy non-contact temperature sensor management capability. Do you want to speed up your application processes and find THE best solution possible to increase your machine quality and speed ? If so, please contact us at: 

www.exergenglobal.com

bvanliempd@exergenglobal.com