Strong interest in non-nuclear sensors
The Chinaplas lives up to its name as the leading fair for plastics and rubber in the Asian area. The rush of visitors is huge; the halls are full with interested experts and potential clients for the exhibitors. The Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG at booth 5.1 S01 can feel that, too. There, the machine builders’ motivated trade show team presents the Qualiscan QMS system for measuring and controlling important process parameters such as moisture, basis weight and thickness.
“The first day has brought a whole string of promising talks”, Sales Director Thomas Höpfl resumes. Extremely high is the demand for measuring sensors that manage without radioactive emitters. At Chinaplas, Mahlo showcases the Infrascope NIR as well as the Optoscope WLI from its broad sensor portfolio. While the Infrascope NIR uses infrared light to determine basis weight and moisture, the Optoscope WLI works with white light interference in order to measure thickness and coating thickness down to 0,4 µm. “Depending on the application, our clients have way more possibilities with Mahlo”, Höpfl explains. They could get fathom them in a personal interview.
For that, Chinese speaking clients are mostly served by Mahlo’s China Representative Frank Fei and his team. With its representative office in Shanghai, they are the highly competent, local contact point regarding web gauging systems.
The Chinaplas itself is a meeting point for guests from all over the world. “Of course, the majority of visitors at our booth are from China. But we also have welcomed prospects from South East Asia, Israel and the Middle East”, says Höpfl. Now, they are looking forward to the remaining trade show days and more promising interviews.