Strip Chart Recorders are analog devices. These recorders are primary data-gathering device for LC systems but these are less widely used with the advent of low-cost integrators. A strip-chart recorder converts the analog detector-signal into an X-Y graph on a continuous piece of chart paper. The signal attenuation is controlled by the detector and recorder acts as a transducer, converting the electronic signal into a mechanical one. The primary problem areas for strip-chart recorders are the ink supply and paper feed. Strip-chart recorders are available, which use ink, thermal or electric marking. The strip-chart recorder operates on the principle of a pen moving across a strip of moving paper.
Strip Charts are data acquisition tools used to generate a plot, graph or other visualization of data versus time. The applications include temperature & humidity measurements, chromatography and spectroscopy graphs.
Strip Cutting Machines are specifically designed for extremely high quality cutting and sealing of synthetic and synthetic blend materials. It consists of strong technical capability and rich experience in designing and manufacturing bring this machine excellent quality. This will help to get accurate cloth strip sizes with trim edges and high production efficiency.
Strip doors are usually made of overlapping heavy-gauge plastic. These act as thermal barriers in chill rooms and freezers where the outer doors need to be left open for long periods of times. These give protection and controls noise and temperature while still allowing supervision and passage of light. The strip doors are extremely durable and can withstand the wear and tear in high-traffic areas that destroy automatic door opening systems.
Strip-feed presses stamp and form lids and bottom ends for 3-piece and 2-piece cans as well as pails. They are also suitable for the production of pre-drawn caps for 2-piece cans and twist-off caps and have symmetric and double-column construction of the press frame. Thus, body deformation remains completely symmetrical under the influence of the press forces and the heat which occurs during operation.