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Wood gluing

Temperature measurement during gluing of wooden lamellas.

Application report glued wood

Timber laminations are planed and sorted after the drying process. Then they are cut to the required dimension and glue is applied on their flat sides. They are now piled up, forming several layers and are pressed together. The glue is heated up with microwaves to dry quickly. The highest adhesion of the glue is given at a drying temperature of approximately 70 °C. Ideally, the temperature should be continuously  detected and monitored during ongoing production to ensure a constant temperature.

The non-contact pyrometer CellaTemp PK(L) 11 is an appropriate device for this temperature measurement. It captures the infrared radiation of the object to be measured in milliseconds from a safe distance and it continuously calculates the measured value on the basis of this radiation.


  • Fast temperature measurement in milliseconds
  • Small measuring field from 1.5 mm
  • Permanent LED pilot light for displaying the exact size and position of the measuring field
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