|Labweb is a complete system for tracking Quality
Control data. It is aimed at soft drinks production lines, but is
potentially expandable to many other types of production.
The system consists of 3 main components:
Chemlab is the program that runs on the production line PCs. When a line
operator takes a sample off the production line, the results of all the
tests which are performed on the sample are recorded here.
Chemlab displays a list of tests which must be performed for the
product, and displays each as red or green to indicate passed or failed.
A graph of the history of the run shows the operators if a specification
is approaching the limits of its tolerance.
Chemlab QC is similar to Chemlab, except it is designed to go
in a Quality Control lab as opposed to on a production line. A special
set of QC lab tests are available to these terminals. Regular tests can
still be carried out to verify the samples taken by line operators.
All the information recorded in Chemlab is displayed on reports which
are accessible from any web browser on the local network. A full history
of every run is kept, and can be searched for by date, product name,
package name, and many other details.
Reports can be generated for production on a per-run or per-shift
basis. Statistics for the data gathered is shown on the report, along
with comments as to why any test has gone out of tolerance.
Monthly reports are also available to show the averages of important
values such as Fill Level.
Reports can be added as per your company's requirements.
All data is stored to a single location on the server. This has the
advantage of making all data more readily available to QC managers, and
also makes backing up data easier for your IT department.
system requires a Windows® server with IIS 5.0 and Microsoft SQL®
2005 server (or better).
Chemlab and Chemlab QC require Windows® 2000 or greater, with the
.NET 2.0 Framework.
The entire Labweb system is designed to work with your existing
company computers and network. The system does not require dedicated PCs