Orlaco Camera Systems Tested to a Precise Aging Simulation Using Three FED Ovens

Orlaco, a Dutch company, provides camera systems for ships, cranes, forklift trucks, emergency vehicles, off road machines, and trucks, with a vision of improving visibility.

Orlaco camera systems (Figure 1) allow for accurate control of large naval vessels even under inferior visibility conditions as well as during unloading of ships. Orlaco systems virtually eliminate visibility issues on forklift trucks, cranes, vehicles, and vessels. Moreover, bespoke solutions are provided to meet special requirements in almost all fields of visibility improvement.

Orlaco camera system for vehicles

Figure 1. Orlaco camera system for vehicles

Quality Check at Orlaco

Orlaco performs the entire process from research, production and all the way through to customer service of its camera systems at its Dutch headquarters located in Barneveld.

It has streamlined all the processes involved into an efficient approach. Orlaco exposes its camera systems to a precise aging simulation (Figure 2) with the help of three BINDER FED ovens in order to confirm the longevity of its camera systems. BINDER FED ovens are specially designed for this purpose.

Aging simulation of camera system

Figure 2. Aging simulation of camera system

The following are the requirements of Orlaco to produce high-quality camera systems:

  • Aging simulation of camera systems
  • Uniform temperature conditions all across the specimen material
  • A variety of applications and short warm up times
  • High capacity
  • Easy handling

BINDER FED Ovens

The BINDER FED series features a versatile BINDER heating chamber (Figure 3), providing virtually unlimited capacity and is completely adaptable. Convection and temperature conditions can be easily controlled in this heating chamber, thanks to a digitally controllable fan and sophisticated timing functions. Simulating a natural environment is the unique feature of the BINDER APT.line™ preheating chamber technology.

Heating chamber FED

Figure 3. Heating chamber FED

Key Features of BINDER FED Ovens

The following are the key features of BINDER FED ovens:

  • Heating chamber FED with mechanical convection
  • Particularly adaptable
  • Similar test conditions across the chamber interior
  • Short warm up times
  • Digital temperature setting with one-degree accuracy
  • Wide Temperature range is between 5°C above ambient temperature and up to 300°C
  • MS controller with several timer functions
  • Reduced operating and maintenance costs
  • Fast, homogeneous tempering,
  • BINDER APT.line™
  • Made in Germany

Applications of BINDER FED Ovens

The following are the areas of application of BINDER FED ovens:

  • Plastics industry
  • Basic research and research institutes
  • Electronics and semiconductor industry

Conclusion

While improving visibility is the vision of Orlaco, BINDER is focused on making meaningful contributions to improve the safety and health of people. BINDER in conjunction with Orlaco broadens the scope of operators and drivers all across the globe.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by BINDER GmbH.

For more information on this source, please visit BINDER GmbH.

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