For continuous measurement of solids, powders and blended materials over conveyance systems and material process flows.
Engineered to meet the rigorous technical demands of the analytical instrumentation industry
High resolution spectral data for sharp feature recognition
The QualitySpec Trek is a truly portable full-range contact spectrometer that is fast, accurate and easy to use.
The cost-effective solution when precision benchtop analysis is essential
Calling on 20 years of experience in NIR-based forestry, environmental, and plant analysis, ASD has emerged as a world leader in real-time, technology-driven measurement solutions for the forest products industry. ASD’s portfolio of measurement solutions is ideal for wood and pulp analysis in the lab, on the operator floor, and mounted over the conveyor or product flow.
ASD spectrometers are ideal for on-line and at-line wood and pulp analysis to validate products, increase energy efficiency of the mill, and to reduce raw material costs by increasing process efficiencies. From the forest to the mill automation system, ASD’s instruments perform critical analyses to maximize your profits and improve your product quality.
ASD’s portable and on-line measurement solutions offer:
Meet your customers’ demands for higher-specification products with increased knowledge of your process from the chip yard to the baling line. To learn more about how ASD measurement solutions can improve your pulp and paper analysis, bolster forest product operations, and increase your profits, visit the General Forest Products Applications page.
If you would like to read more about ASD’s measurement solutions for process optimization, request your complimentary copy of “Process optimization with light energy — Implementing NIR helps the pulp industry control chemical consumption” (an ASD contributed article published in Paper 360º, May 2008).
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