Food & Beverage

Within the food industry, absolute hygiene is essential. Food compliant sensors could be the key ingredients to meet the requirements for the secure measuring of bulk solids and liquids. There are process conditions like moving surfaces, CIP or changing DK values and viscosity. 

  1. Radar measurement for fruit juice production

    Radar measurement for fruit juice production

    Certified radar technology for uncomplicated level measurement for storing processes:
    Fast & precise detection of moving surfaces

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  2. CFIA in Rennes - event for professionals in the food-processing sector

    exhibition cfia

    Created in 1997, the CFIA Rennes has established itself over the years and editions as an important annual event for the IAA.

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  3. Sugar beet - as versatile as UWT level measurement devices

    Master Class: Sugar beet - as versatile as UWT level measurement devices

    Master Class recording
    Sugar Sweet Level Measurement Solutions!

    Discover the different level measuring devices used in sugar mills around the world.

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  4. With the right measurement technology, hops & malt are never wasted!

    With the right measurement technology, hops & malt are never wasted!

    Solutions for malt addition processes:
    Active batch compensation & food conformity & CIP suitability

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  5. TDR Solutions for tricky level measurement applications

    Master Class: TDR Solutions for tricky level measurement applications

    Master Class recording
    The ultimate Guide: When things get a little tricky!

    TDR - Allrounder for Solids & Liquids

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  6. It tastes better when you know your LIMITS

    Master Class: It tastes better when you know your LIMITS

    Master Class recording
    Food & Beverage Special

    Certified UWT sensor technology is your beneficial ingredient for beverage production. Cheerio!

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  7. Rotary paddle in material handling processes of the grain industry

    Rotary paddle in material handling processes of the grain industry

    Modern solutions for efficient storage processes in grain, standing and flour silos


    What can happen if plant engineers choose unsuitable measurement technology in their applications? In addition to overfilling of the silo or reduced productivity, production may even come to a halt. When choosing measurement sensor technology, plant operators should therefore always be careful to use high-quality and reliable system components in line with the changing challenges, depending on the process. The rotating paddle detector, which detects limit levels in silo containers according to the rotation principle, can be found in almost every grain processing plant.

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  8. Overfill protection in tomato paste

    Overfill protection in tomato paste
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  9. Overfill protection in fish oil

    Overfill protection in fish oil

    Easy installation and automatic calibration

     

    A fish feed manufacturer based in Denmark was looking for a consistently precise, yet simple, user-friendly level monitoring for its fish oil storage tanks. In addition to being used as a lubricant, leather tanning and, due to its omega-3 fats, as a food supplement, fish oil is mainly used in the manufacture of pet food and for aquaculture. Fish farming, as a rapidly growing global industry, necessitates plant operators to continuously optimize their production technologies and processes. In the storage processes, the robust, capacitive RF rod probe proved to be the optimal solution for the fish feed manufacturer thanks to the precise surface detection and automatic calibration capabilities of the device.

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  10. Efficient silo management for smooth process flow

    Efficient silo management for smooth process flow

    A win – win situation: Silo management for grain mills and their customers

     

    In Germany alone there are more than 260 large flour mills, in Asia the grain market is significantly greater and a very important industry. All around the world the situation is similar: Well-planned routes and carefully calculated stock levels are vital to achieve max. cost optimization during the material delivery process, however these are more than often jeopardized by daily reality. Bakeries, the customers of the mills, often place their orders to late and the mills are faced with having to supply material immediately in order to avoid production stop at the bakeries. This leads to unnecessary logistics costs caused by multiple deliveries and ultimately to an increase in costs for sides, the supplier and the customer. This is obviously in no one's interest. But why are we confronted with these “fire-fighting” situations and how can they be avoided?

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