Booth number 10G05

SIKORA is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of measuring and control technology, inspection, analyzing and sorting systems. We optimize your production processes!

About us

SIKORA AG was founded in 1973 and celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2013. Today SIKORA is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of measuring and control technology, inspection, analysis and sorting systems for the wire and cable, hose and tube as well as optical fiber and plastics industry. With 300 employees worldwide, 14 international offices and more than 30 regional representatives all over the world, the company provides customers with innovative product solutions and individual service. The systems are exclusively made at the headquarters in Bremen/Germany. Innovation, product quality and customer satisfaction define the daily activities at SIKORA.

Bruchweide 2
28307 Bremen

Phone: +49 421 48900-0
Fax: +49 421 48900-90

SIKORA (Fuzhou) Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.
Room 503-504, Building No. 11, Fuzhou Software Park, No. 89, Software Avenue
350000 Fuzhou
P. R. China

Phone: +86 591 83361894
Fax: +86 591 83343123

Products and services

  • Measuring and Control Technology for Hoses, Tubes and Plastic Sheets
  • Online Inspection and Sorting Systems for Plastic Pellets
  • Offline Inspection and Analysis Systems for Plastic Pellets

Diameter, ovality, wall thickness and sagging measurement of large tubes with a diameter from 90 to 3200 mm

• innovative millimeter wave technology for non-contact, non-destructive online measurement
• rotating measurement around the complete circumference
• easy operation without presetting product parameters, reliable without calibration
• independent from material and temperature, no coupling media necessary

Further reading


The PURITY CONCEPT V is an offline purity inspection and analyzing system for raw materials used in the plastics industry. It combines the advantages of a conventional optical light table with an automatic evaluation, which is a novelty to the market. It is available for all kinds of transparent, diffuse or colored materials in laboratory operation or incoming goods inspection.

Further reading


System for 100% inspection and automatic sorting of plastic pellets

• flexible, adaptive camera concept for all requirements
• inspection by X-ray, optical cameras, infrared and color cameras
• detection of metallic and organic contamination as well as cross contamination from 50 μm on the surface and inside the pellet
• sealed system, optimal protection against dust
• easy to clean
• easy to integrate into new and existing production lines

Further reading

News & Innovations

The focus is on innovative measuring, control, inspection, analysis and sorting devices: at the SIKORA booth, visitors can expect a comprehensive portfolio of systems for quality control, process optimization and cost savings in the pipe, hose and tube as well as plastics industries.

For online inspection and sorting of plastic material, SIKORA showcases the PURITY SCANNER ADVANCED. The system combines X-ray with optical technology and detects contamination inside plastic pellets as well as on their surface. Perfection in detection provides the adaptive camera concept, where up to three optical cameras are used, depending on the expected contamination and application. For example, an X-ray camera detects metallic contamination inside pellets, optical cameras identify yellow discolorations as well as “black specks” inside transparent and on opaque pellets, whereas color deviations are detected by color cameras. Contaminated pellets are sorted out automatically.

For sample testing or incoming goods inspection and analysis of plastic material, SIKORA presents the PURITY CONCEPT V at CHINAPLAS. Material samples, placed on a sample tray, are moved through the inspection area. Within seconds, the material is inspected automatically by a color camera and a projector marks the contaminated material directly on the sample tray. By analyzing the recorded images, contamination on the surface of transparent, diffuse and colored material are automatically detected, visualized and evaluated. A clear allocation of the contamination and follow-up inspection are possible at any time. The system is more accurate, more reproducible and more reliable than human, eye and manual light table, determines the size of contamination, and thus, contributes significantly to quality control and process optimization.

Furthermore, SIKORA offers systems for offline inspection and analysis based on X-ray technology that detect and analyze metallic contamination inside of plastic materials. For a 100 % quality control during the extrusion of pipes, SIKORA exhibits the CENTERWAVE 6000. Millimeter wave technology precisely measures the diameter, ovality, wall thickness and the inner profile (sagging) of the product. The measuring principle does not require any coupling media, is not influenced by temperature or the plastic material and measures precisely without the need of any calibration. A presetting of the product parameters is not required. Easy operation and precision lead to the highest quality of the final product as well as cost savings and optimal efficiency.

The X-RAY 6000 PRO is a further highlight for measuring the wall thickness, eccentricity, the inner and outer diameter and the ovality of hoses and tubes. Hereby, the thickness of up to three different material layers is measured. Furthermore, SIKORA presents diameter measuring systems of the LASER Series 2000 as well as LASER Series 6000, which also offer lump detection in addition to diameter measurement. SIKORA’s presentation in Shenzen is completed by reliable lump detectors that detect irregularities on the product surface. Further reading

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