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  New inspection machine for car safety belts

Combined synergies and the intensification of the market activities were the incentive for founding the MAGEBA India Operation, which will closely cooperate with the Vaupel India Operation.

New inspection machine for car safety belts: In a cooperation project with SPC Company a high performance inspection machine for car safety belts equipped with a 2-camera-video-inspection system has been developed. This new type of inspection machine allows for detecting manufacturing defects such as defective edges or surfaces as well as surface fluffs at a speed up to 120 m/min.

Unlike known systems, which are an integral part of a dyeing range, the new machine has been designed as a stand alone unit. The advantage is that even with belts coming from slower running dyeing ranges they can still be processed at high speeds, thus ensuring a high efficiency of the inspection unit.

An analysis program and a large LCD screen provide an ergonomic versatile and detailed fault isolation. In a control panel for visual inspection, defects can be manually removed or can be identified by means of an optionally available defect detection. The video inspection system for car safety belts is also available as a built-in unit.

For light elastic and rigid tapes with a width of 5 to 55 mm it offers the well proven and reliable inspection machine of FIBRESCAN .

(Vaupel Textile Machinery (India) Pvt Ltd, 808 Vishwadeep Building, 4 District Centre, Janakpuri, New Delhi 110 058. Tel: 011-4158 8781/2561 9671. Fax: 011-2551 8630. Email: info@vaupelindia.com. Web: www.vaupelindia.com)

published February , 2009
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