Consistent Film Quality
Inline Monitoring of Process Limits Ensures Quality Parameters
Because of tighter legislation regarding the securing of loads, the market for stretch wrap film is changing. As with barrier films, guaranteed and improved film quality will be demanded more and more in future. This is now made possible by a monitoring solution combined with an Industry 4.0 approach.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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