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Verity IA Topography

Verity IA is an industry leader in automated surface roughness analysis using desktop scanning.

Verity IA developed the proprietary Stochastic Frequency Distribution Analysis to describe visibly variable surface features over relatively large surface areas.  These variables yield undesirable qualities in paper, board, coatings, and other surfaces, particularly when additional operations, such as printing, coating or painting, will be performed on these surfaces.

The human eye can detect very small variations and large blotchy variations at the same time.  The SFDA algorithm replicates this analysis and expresses the overall variation as an index number.  Unlike stylus, laser and air systems, a much larger area can be described in far less time.

Advanced Technology

Stochastic Frequency Distribution Analysis describes visibly variable surface features over relatively large surface areas

The Verity IA Difference

Verity IA examines a LARGE area when describing surface variability and delivers the analysis QUICKLY

Materials Measured

Paper Grades, All Types
Linerboard & Paperboard
Coated Paper and Board
Non-woven Materials
Composite Board & Facings
Printed Material

What's Included

Verity IA Print Target Software
Large-format Scanner
On-site Training Recommended

Who Uses It:

Paper testers, chemical suppliers, board makers, coating operations, print test labs, university researchers, building products manufacturers.

Product Development

Verity IA examines a LARGE area when describing surface variability and delivers the analysis QUICKLY. The Verity IA test results correspond closely to existing slower methods of surface analysis.

Hardware Needed:

A standard PC with Windows 7 and Microsoft Excel installed.

Additional memory is recommended if images will be archived.

Click below to see our recommended hardware specifications.

Scanners

Verity IA can supply a flatbed scanner with a single light source, offset at an angle of incidence to the scanned sample.

A scanner with a 18” x 24” scan area can accommodate standard 12’ x 12’ specimens.

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