for the tire industry
04.09.2015
2
Measure the porosity of rubber samples with PORE!SCAN
Product presention by Dr. Suhr
Measure the porosity of rubber samples
Porosity is an important property of tread, sidewalls, calender products and
finish...
Product examination with PORE!SCAN
System components – schematically drawing
Data interface Sample positioning
xyz
Softwar...
Product examination with PORE!SCAN
Principle of investigation
Image acquisition Digital examination Result export and
pres...
Measure the porosity of rubber samples
Tread sample with „Chimney”
Chimney
Different porosities in
the chimney compound
an...
Measure the porosity of rubber samples
Scanned region
The rectangle
shows the region
which was
measured by
PORE!SCAN
7Prod...
Measure the porosity of rubber samples
PORE!SCAN measurement results
Scanned area with and without marking of detected ent...
Measure the porosity of rubber samples
PORE!SCAN measurement results
The yellow lines shown the visible border lines of th...
Porosity in
„chimney“-compound : 0,75%
Porosity in
remaining tread: 0,38%
Measure the porosity of rubber samples
PORE!SCAN...
04.09.2015
11
PORE!SCAN evaluation screens
Various graphics and Excel sheets presents the results
Product presention by Dr...
Thanks for
your attention
Contact:
Dr. Hartwig Suhr
Sales Representative
Physicist
Tire Measurement Systems
Goldlücke GmbH...
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PoreScan-Tire

Porosity Measure the porosity of tread and rubber compunds.
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  • 1. for the tire industry
  • 2. 04.09.2015 2 Measure the porosity of rubber samples with PORE!SCAN Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 3. Measure the porosity of rubber samples Porosity is an important property of tread, sidewalls, calender products and finished tyres. Die swelling factors in extrusion lines, curing behaviour and the mechanical and acoustical behaviour of the final tires are influenced by the porosity of the different components. 3Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 4. Product examination with PORE!SCAN System components – schematically drawing Data interface Sample positioning xyz Software Components Hardware Components 04.09.2015 4Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 5. Product examination with PORE!SCAN Principle of investigation Image acquisition Digital examination Result export and presentation 04.09.2015 5Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 6. Measure the porosity of rubber samples Tread sample with „Chimney” Chimney Different porosities in the chimney compound and the remaining tread 6Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 7. Measure the porosity of rubber samples Scanned region The rectangle shows the region which was measured by PORE!SCAN 7Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 8. Measure the porosity of rubber samples PORE!SCAN measurement results Scanned area with and without marking of detected entrapped air 8Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 9. Measure the porosity of rubber samples PORE!SCAN measurement results The yellow lines shown the visible border lines of the chimney. The blue rectangle shows the analysed region 9Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 10. Porosity in „chimney“-compound : 0,75% Porosity in remaining tread: 0,38% Measure the porosity of rubber samples PORE!SCAN measurement results 10Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 11. 04.09.2015 11 PORE!SCAN evaluation screens Various graphics and Excel sheets presents the results Product presention by Dr. Suhr
  • 12. Thanks for your attention Contact: Dr. Hartwig Suhr Sales Representative Physicist Tire Measurement Systems Goldlücke GmbH Am Weichselgarten 7 91058 Erlangen Tel: +49 9131 691 190 e-mail: hs@giib.de web: www.giib.de Registration: Fuerth HRB 14610 General Manager: Juergen Goldlücke

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