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Continually monitoring the cleanliness of surfaces in the process

The inline fluorescence-measuring-technology, SITA clean line CI, allows continuous inspection of surface cleanliness in the process. An insufficient cleanliness can be detected immediately and thus, the plant operator can react faster to sudden changes. The robust measuring technology can be customized to fit many different manufacturing processes beginning with coil coating to the coating of parts like automobile pistons.


The picture shows the results of the automatic cleanliness inspection of an aluminum strip after cleaning its top and bottom surface. Furthermore it can be seen that the cleanliness values do not fall below pre-determined limit values within the shown time frame. Thus, a high quality of the subsequent coating process is ensured.

SITA clean line CI

Inline-Inspection of Cleanliness

The process measuring technology, SITA clean line CI, is used for a continuous inline monitoring of surfaces in the process. It allows a contact-free and continuous inspection of residual contamination on strip or part surfaces. A permanent cleanliness inspection ensures a high quality of subsequent surface treatments or coating processes. In case of deviations it can be immediately and automatically reacted with according actions.

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Would you like to monitor the part cleanliness continually and thus increase your process reliability? Benefit from our many years of experience. We show you the advantages of an inline cleanliness inspection of your surfaces by carrying out a first analysis for you free of charge. Please contact us!


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