Dyne solutions, including inks and pens, have been used in many manufacturing applications to help companies understand their material surface quality before and after treatment, cleaning or processing. Dyne solutions have become an industry standard in many manufacturing processes.
The primary reason for their use is their relatively low upfront cost to implement, but we can think of many more reasons why this method isn’t the best option for understanding how well a surface is prepared for adhesion success. Learn about the disadvantages of using dyne pens in surface testing environments.
The Surface Analyst is the ideal alternative to dyne solutions; providing a fast, easy, accurate, quantitative, and non-destructive inspection resulting in a much more seamless quality control process for use on the factory floor.
Using ‘Dyne Mode,’ the Surface Analyst even provides a dyne measurement read-out directly on the instrument, allowing manufacturers to maintain their investment in the dyne measurement language.
These are a few benefits of using the Surface Analyst as an alternative to dyne solutions:
Check out this video and see for yourself, a demonstration of the ease and accuracy of the Surface Analyst with dyne measurements.