Infrared (fixed) non contact

Optris GmbH is one of the leading, innovative companies in the wide range of non-contact temperature measurement through infrared radiation since its establishment in 2003. The product programm covers portable thermometers, fixed industrial thermometers as well as infrared cameras.

Products

Compact series

Small, compact infrared thermometers for the ideal stationary use in cramped as well as hot surroundings.

High precision series

Stationary infrared thermometers with high optical performances as well as double laser sight for measurement point adjustment.

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Applications

Metal

Metal

Non-contact measuring sensors are an important part of metal production and processing.
Through the use of measurement devices, a high quality of products can be achieved as well as a reduction in the process costs through specific process optimization.

Examples: Inductive curing and striking; contraction process; measurement of casting temperature

Glass

Especially the glass industry depends on temperature control due to its energy complex manufacturing steps.

By monitoring the temperature of the products and the equipment, highest quality can be assures to stand ones ground on the market.

Examples: Monitoring of glass melting bowls; Production of container glass; manufacturing of flat glass

Plastic

The production process of plastic products is as versatile as the plastics itself.

We will only name the most common processes as there are different demands regarding the temperature measurement.

Examples: Thermoforming of foil; surface refinement at the embossing calendar; production of PET bottles

Pulp / Paper

Drying processes are an important part of the individual steps in production within this branch. Temperature measurement devices should be installed at different stations to ensure a successful cycle.

Temperature monitoring is also important during further processing.

We will only name the most common processes as there are different demands regarding the temperature measurement.

Examples: Textile drying; microwave drying of paper; imprinting of paper within offset machines