At wire Southeast Asia, SIKORA is presenting a broad portfolio of innovative measuring, control, inspection, sorting and analysis technologies. They contribute to the highest product quality, process optimization and cost saving in the wire and cable, optical fiber and plastics industries.
The newly launched X-RAY 8000 ADVANCED will be a highlight at the SIKORA booth. With the X-ray based system, SIKORA introduces state-of-the-art High-Speed- Technology (HST) that is tailored to the demands of MV, HV and EHV cable production. It represents an advanced alternative to the successful and established X-RAY 8000 NXT. The system is equipped with 16 measuring sensors and measures the diameter, wall thickness and eccentricity of cables in CV lines up to 10 times faster than the X-RAY 8000 NXT, and thus, is predestined for an even more efficient control and information transparency in terms of Industry 4.0.
Other highlights are devices of the LASER Series 2000 and LASER Series 6000 that are indispensable components for a diameter measurement on a sophisticated level. The classic and high-end devices are used in extrusion lines or rewinding applications for wire drawing. They stand out by their high precision and continuous functionality without calibration or maintenance times. Up to 5,000 measurements per second per axis, all with extremely high single value precision, allow for optimum line control and provide reliable statistical data. The integrated lump detector function ensures a detection of irregularities on the product surface of transparent and non-transparent materials. In addition to standard interfaces, the device series provides OPC UA.
With the CENTERVIEW 8000, SIKORA presents a measuring system for non-contact, online 8-point-eccentricity, 4-axis-diameter and 8-point-ovality measurement of coax cables, LAN cables as well as automotive and installation cables to the public. Technical highlights of the CENTERVIEW 8000 are the graphic visualization of measuring values as a scatter plot showing the distribution of short-term variations as well as the automatic positioning of the gauge head to the cable position for the highest reliability. A further feature is the measurement of micro-coax cables in a diameter range from 0.1 to 10 mm.