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Telco sensors in the pulp and paper industry

September 2023 Sensors & Transducers

The paper and pulp industry poses a major problem for most photoelectric sensors. The high level of contamination in these dusty, dirty and grimy environments makes it impossible for most competing sensors to operate and sense reliably and efficiently. This is a problem that Telco Sensors overcomes with its powerful and high-performance photoelectric sensors, which ensure penetration of thick and harsh pollution, whilst guaranteeing reliable detection. With attachable fibre optic cables, Telco Sensors can work in a temperature range of 300°C, withstanding the high humidity found in all pulp and paper manufacturing industries. This has made Telco’s optical sensors a highly sought after solution worldwide.for monitoring, measuring, positioning and sheet-break detection in these demanding industries.


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