The VARIANT T1 is Leister’s newest industrial fabric hot-air welding machine specifically designed for overlap, hem, hemstitch, piping cord and premade piping welding of plastic fabric materials. This makes it the perfect tool for billboard, banner and sign construction professionals. (read more)
One group of analytical instruments samples air using a pump and would prefer not to deal with the size, weight and cost of a stronger pump. For these instruments, pressure drop is very important. For other instruments, the pressure drop contributes to a decrease in measurement performance.
The Axetris line of thermal mass flow products were designed for minimum pressure drop. (read more)
Portable and Handheld Instruments are subjected to a lot of physical abuse. Infrared sources might fail as a result of a shock. Shock & vibration can change the IR source’s optical alignment to the detector; requiring a re-calibration.
Leister’s Solid-state IR sources pass shock and vibration testing to DIN EN 60721-3-7 (IEC 721-3-7), a standard for handheld electr... (read more)
Today, many companies are trying to shrink the size of their analytical instrument. Some companies are moving from free-standing instruments to bench top versions. While others are moving to portable instruments that are also concerned with battery power, size and weight.
The Axetris line of thermal mass flow products includes compact modules designed with the OEM in mind. (read more)
Axetris AG launches its LGD F200 Laser Gas Detector module. The launch of this product marks the first time that the time proven Tuneable Diode Laser technique can be audited for precision and accuracy with calibration gas on demand along with a calibrated water measurement for both internal compensation and external engineering unit correction capability. (read more)
The TRIAC AT continues to enjoy worldwide success. It is designed for demanding plastic welding and shrinking jobs rquiring precise temperature & processing control.
Compared to its predecessor, the TRIAC AT's "e-Drive" display is easier to read and use, and can be set to save preferred parameters. (read more)
Over the years, analytical instrument manufacturers have targeted temperature
stability and pressure stability to improve the measurement sensitivity of
their products. They have overlooked ― or perhaps avoided ― addressing
precision flow control as a means to optimize their measurement
performance. (read more)
The new Vulcan System integrates a blower and heater into one compact design without the need for external control. On board digital temperature setting / readout with a built in thermocouple allows the user to control temperature right from the heater itself. (read more)
Leister's new WELDPLAST S2 digitally regulated hand extruder's display, shows and controls both plast temperature and pre-heated hot air temperature and allows for each to be independently adjusted. This technology helps welders avoid fluctuations in improper temperature control that can lead to weak weld joints and/or overheating. WELDPLAST S2 users are impressed by the continuous and r... (read more)
Axetris' Laser Gas Analyzer can reliably and selectively measure CH4 in low ppm concentrations without the need for frequent recalibration. It provides continuous sensor status monitoring suitable for remote applications where access is costly. Typical applications are related to CO2 certificate trading and/or compliance with environmental regulations for reduction of GHG em... (read more)
Novolas Basic AT Compact is an air cooled laser system that is smaller and more cost effective than other systems. The Basic AT Compact can be used with all methods that utilize fiber-coupled optics making it an excellent choice for low power applications. (read more)
Many times OEMs find themselves having to deal with the problems with Analytical instrument design.
- Increasing Measurement Sensitivity
- Optimizing the Signal-to-Noise
- Improving Measurement Response Time
- Reducing the Instrument Size
- Operating with Lower Gas Pressures
- Controlling a Wide Range of Flows
Some analyzers using non-dispersive infrared spectroscopy techniques can take a long time to reach temperature stability in the system. The thermal design of Leister’s Solid-State IR Source was focused on creating a light-weight filament that heated and cooled very quickly. (read more)
The latest generation of Leister’s double-flange air heaters is specifically designed and built from high temperature materials so they can be utilized in hot air recirculation environments, providing a wide range of packaging applications including shrinking, drying and sterilization. (read more)