What is Product Non-Uniformity?
Product non-uniformity is used to describe situations in which a product does not meet quality-control metrics set by your company, your customers, or a regulatory agency.
It can mean a variety of different things for different industries. For example, tablets produced by a pharmaceutical company may not have the required mass or content uniformity. Or, a box of cereal flakes may contain too many fines or crumbs.
Particle attrition caused form pneumatic conveying.
Inspecting grain for non-uniformity.
A tabletting press
Vertical multi-head weigher packaging machine for chips to help ensure accurate dosing and uniformity.
Corn snacks passing through a tumbling machine to support product uniformity.