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MoviTHERM

MoviTHERM

MoviTHERM - Advanced Thermography Solutions is a FLIR Systems, Inc. distributor for FLIR thermal cameras and application specific thermal imaging solutions. The company offers infrared thermal imaging systems for remote monitoring, automated thermal imaging and non-destructive testing.


Mailing Address:
15540 Rockfield Blvd., Suite C110
Irvine, CA 92618
United States of America

Tel: 949.699.6600

Email: info@movitherm.com

Website: https://movitherm.com

Company Category: Automation & IIoT

Company Sector: Consultant

Keywords: vision, fanuc, robot, motion, alignment, medical

Partner Status: Marketing Partner


Products

Thermal Seal Inspection for Improved Quality and Efficiency

Thermal Seal Inspection for Improved Quality and Efficiency

MoviTHERM's Thermal Seal Inspection (TSI) solution provides precise and reliable detection of defects in a variety of packaging types, including pouches, bags, blister packs, bottle caps, and more. By detecting defects in your packages, the TSI solution helps increase efficiency in your production line and ensures top-quality packaging is delivered to your customers every time. With state-of-the-art technology and an experienced team, MoviTHERM is dedicated to delivering accurate inspection solutions and peace of mind to its clients. Contact MoviTHERM today to learn more about their thermal seal inspection solution.


Articles

Navigating the Frustration of Unreliable Heat Sealers in Automation

This article delves into the challenges posed by unreliable heat sealers and explores the solution of real-time thermal seal inspection systems to alleviate these concerns.

Thermal Imaging Technology in Lithium-ion Battery Manufacturing

Thermal imaging technology enhances battery quality during manufacturing by identifying material discrepancies and thickness variations in battery electrodes. This ensures that only high-quality electrodes are used, improving battery performance and safety.

Induction Seal vs Heat Seal: What's the difference?

The main difference between an induction seal and a heat seal is the way in which the seal is created. Induction sealing uses electromagnetic induction to generate heat and create a tamper-evident seal, while heat sealing uses heat to bond two materials together.

Using Infrared to Ensure Package Seal Integrity

Using infrared inspection as part of a quality control program allows for inspecting all package seals in the production line. Companies can ensure package seal integrity, promote product quality, and elevate customer satisfaction by implementing package line inspection.

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Press Releases

Enhance Quality Control with MoviTHERM's Thermal Seal Inspection System

Designed to take quality control to the next level, this cutting-edge solution revolutionizes detecting and preventing defects in heat-sealed packaging.

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