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Enhanced Roll Testing Accuracy

Film & Paper Roll Hardness Testers

Proceq RQ8000

✔ In stock

Roll testing based on position measurement and hammer penetration, minimizing roll surface damage and increasing accuracy.

  • Position-based instead of acceleration-based only
  • Minimization of damage through hitting velocity and shape selection
  • Reports can be saved to standard SD card


Large, midsize and small paper rolls / Thin film rolls / Foil rolls / Coated rolls / Composite / multilayer / Very thin foils / Non standard foils e.g. BDF, BOPET, BOPP, BOPA

Precision through position-based measurement

Suitable for even the most delicate and complex materials, the RQ8000 delivers 30 impacts per second monitored 100’000 times to ensure ultra-high measurement accuracy

This device helps you to not only avoid the runnability problems, but to gain significant savings and customer satisfaction with early and fast detection of small roll defects
The fully automated measurement procedure delivers consistent results with unmatched repeatability even at a high measurement speed and measured from edge-to-edge of the roll

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Proceq RQ8000 Tech Specs
Tech Specs
75 x 105 x 190 mm / 3 x 2.4 x 7.3 in

1’250 g / 44.1 oz

Device housing
Rugged metal encasing & frame

Internal standard for periodic control

Bar and QR code scanner
Built-in illuminated camera, various formats ( stacked, linear and matrix bar QR codes), range 1-30 cm

Impact hammer deceleration method

Native scale
Gravity units, g, [9.81 m·s-2]

Secondary method
Impact hammer penetration depth

Secondary scale
Depth / mm

Measurement frequency (impact)
30 Hz, (30 hits·-1)

Impact hammer measurement resolution
100’000 s-1

Length measurement resolution
1 mm

Max recommended measurement speed*
Up to 50 cm·s-1

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