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Glass Bottle
 
Overview
The Canty Vision System is positioned on a glass bottle production line to monitor and control the glass gob volume and temperature. A glass gob is a still drop of molten glass formed by cutting a stream of glass as it flows from the forehearth (shown in figure above) through a feeder of variable diameters. These gobs free fall into molds and create glass bottles. The volume and temperature of the gobs are critical to quality control and with the Canty Glass Gob analysis system all of these parameters can be controlled.
Features

• Optional UV, IR lens filters - Available in various sizes and filtering capabilities.

• Cooling tubes - For high ambient temperature areas - uses filtered (instrument) air to cool camera electronics in high ambient temperatures.

• Spray Rings - keep lens clean and free of debris in dirty, harsh environments - See Jet Spray Ring data sheet.

Application List
 
TA10103-1 GLASS APPLICATIONS
Document Number: TA10103-1
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Canty High Temperature insertion cameras are ideal for demanding applications such as glass furnaces involving visual inspection or verification in extreme temperature environments.

Glass Gob Measurement Glass Gob Measerment
Document Number: Glass Gob
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Measure the width, height, and temperature of Glass Gobs in online

TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS BY VISION TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS BY VISION
Document Number: TA10632-1
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Canty’s thermal vision system is quite similar to other radiative temperature methods, by measuring the energy produced by a process. The advancements in CCD cameras has allowed for the ability to measure wavelengths in both the visual range and near inferred range.