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Impressive energy savings obtained with FiberScanFIX™ consistency meter!

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cristini logoFiberScanFIX™ on-line microwave consistency meter delivers continuous measurement of consistency and water mass, while simultaneously providing FFT analysis of pulsations in the forming section, with great accuracy. FiberScanFIX™ confirms to be the reference consistency meter on the market, and the number of successfull installations, but especially the repeat orders worldwide, test it.

FiberScanFIX™ is also used to substitute radioactive and latest generation radiofrequency sensors, confirming the superiority of its technology.

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The improvement of the bonding on multilayer machines, vacuum optimization, reduction of energy consumption, are just some of the many applications of FiberScanFIX™. The unit is often used to close control loop vacuum and refining.

Numerous applications on machines provided with top formers, gap formers and pulp machines (where many of the other sensors show their limits) proved the very fast payback of the FiberScanFIX™ investment.

Several hundreds of installations worldwide!

FiberScanFIX™ microwave consistency meter allows the continuous measurement of consistency/mass/grammage pulsation in the forming section with great accuracy.

Eight to sixteen sensors can be connected to one control unit via ethernet up to 300 meters, with a very easy plug & play connection. The data can be supplied to any DCS type in both 4-20mA and digital format.

The sensor is built to work in harsh conditions, with body in AISI 316 acid proof, and special ceramic foil.

FiberScanFIX™microwave sensor is very accurate, substituting the limits of radioactive and latest generation radiofrequency sensors. The high sampling rate (1024 sps) and very stable sensor performances allow an easy troubleshooting of the paper grammage pulsations, using the powerful FFT software provided.

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