Pulsar is a company that produces specialized automatic machines for the Tissue sector, which include machines for handling, packaging and sorting rolls and packs for toilet paper and towels, machinery for processing and packaging of folded products, product handling units and machinery with special software for quality control.
In a few years, Pulsar has built more than 420 systems and twenty-four complete systems for the major tissue producers.
During It’sTissue 2015, Pulsar launched for the very first time Quatis, a quality inspection system. Quatis has been the first system available for the Tissue Paper sector for the automated quality inspection of products.
These machines can collect a large amount of data in real time and inform handlers of issues with the product or machine, allowing them to fix problems quickly and efficiently. The first results are the reduction of the amount of non-compliant products and jams in the machinery, and consequently the increased efficiency considering same operators number, working hours and equipment. Quatis machines can be connected directly to the company ERP network, to which they will transfer the information about the quality obtained. The connection allows a detailed statistical analysis about the type, the frequency and intensity of non-compliances detected, the frequency and intensity and associates them to the working conditions of the upstream machines. Moreover, through the collection of quality data related to production lots, customers have the opportunity to benefit from a unique traceability system which guarantees the quality of the supply to the final customers and manage the possible after-sales disputes.
Pulsar Engineering has installed turnkey plants for the main tissue producers all around the world
Pulsar Engineering provides also its customers with a remote service of data collection, analysis and interpretation, sending periodical reports based on a daily, shift or lot basis, if the user is not equipped with the necessary tools to perform the analysis independently. Every little step lead to a more integrated plant, which leads customers to an improved efficiency and productivity, reducing costs and lost.