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New Video - SPOT GS - Temperature Measurement of Galvannealed and Galvanized Strip

Watch our new SPOT GS video where we look at how the SPOT GS pyrometer is used for accurate temperature measurement in the process of Galvannealed and Galvanized Strip production.

UNIQUE PRE-SET ALGORITHMS

The GS algorithm is dedicated to fully galvannealed or galvanized surfaces. The GS+ algorithm extends functionality to include liquid surfaces seen on exit from the zinc pot.

CLOSE CONTROL FOR LOWER COSTS
The automated management provided by the SPOT GS enables furnace optimisation, which reduces heating costs, maximises throughput, and avoids excessive over-reaction. It also helps prevent powdering or flaking of the coating during subsequent forming operations.
 
INTEGRATION FOR AN OPTIMISED PROCESS
Combining a range of digital and analog outputs, the SPOT GS fully integrates with furnace controls, PLCs and control software, providing the measurements needed to optimise the galvanneal furnace. This enables reliable and repeatable operation, producing high-quality products with minimal scrap.
 
POWERFUL SOFTWARE SUPPORT
With AMETEK Land’s SPOTViewer software, the operator can quickly connect, log and view data from a SPOT GS pyrometer. Viewing and analysis is fully configurable using the flexible user interface.



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