film tension

film tension

[′film ‚ten·chən]
(physical chemistry)
The contractile force per unit length that is exerted by an equilibrium film in contact with a supporting substrate.
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When creating a new load profile, or editing an existing one in the Load Guardian system, an operator navigates through a series of visual choices, including load height, uniformity, inboardness (distance from load to pallet edge), the gauge and width of film, turntable and elevator speed, and film tension.
In a masterstroke of film tension, Dupeyron makes sure that for the first 35 minutes of the film we don't get to see Adrien's face.
The control solution supplied by Rockwell Automation could also contribute to the fulfillment of specific requirements for accuracy in bending and cutting, the maintenance of the correct film tension, the automatic replacement of reels at the end of processing and to meet stringent requirements in terms of safety.
A motorized power pre-stretch system (260 percent) with adjustable film tension control guarantees users optimal film usage; ensures load containment; and, helps eliminate film breaks and product damage.
The Handle-It semi-automatic stretch wrap machine offers electronically adjustable film tension to maximize film use.
A motorized power pre-stretch system with adjustable film tension control guarantees users have optimal film usage.
The shapes of eigenmodes of the film vibrations enable us to diagnose the character of the film tension, thus enhancing the quality of the process of printing.
13) studied the film tension, velocity and width profile for a low-density polyethylene melt and found that the film tension increases with increasing DR (at a point on the film centerline).
The nip rolls have a precision speed-ratio follower drive linked to the second chill roll that maintains the exact amount of film tension desired.
But the actors involved give the film tension and energy and the final confrontation is imaginative and thrilling.
Look at the diameters, for instance: If the ID is too large, film tension will cause the core to sep in the chucks or on the mandrel.