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Infrared thermal imager is primarily used to detect the temperature distribution on the surface of objects, and it can also play a role in the water absorption of non-woven fabrics. Below are some possible applications of infrared thermal imager in the context of non-woven fabric the water absorption:


Temperature Distribution Analysis


Infrared thermal imager can be used to monitor the temperature distribution on the surface of non-woven fabrics. The water absorption is often related to the surface temperature of the object, so infrared thermal imager can quantitatively analyze the temperature variations in different areas, thereby assessing the water absorption performance.


Humidity Detection


Infrared thermal imager are also very sensitive to changes in humidity. By monitoring the humidity distribution on the surface of non-woven fabrics, one can understand the water absorption performance and provide useful information for product development and quality control.


Quality Control


Infrared thermal imager can be used to monitor the temperature and humidity changes in real-time during the production process of non-woven fabrics. This helps to promptly identify issues that might affect the water absorption performance, allowing for adjustments and improvements to be made.


Product Design and Optimization


The temperature and humidity data obtained from infrared thermal imager can be used to optimize the design of non-woven fabrics to enhance the water absorption performance. This helps in producing higher quality non-woven fabric products.

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