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How radar made the CIP process for butter so much better

26. October
Large day tanks are used to fill the 55-gallon drums. Chemical level is tracked with a VEGAPULS C 11 radar sensor.
A major dairy, known for its butter, automated the liquid level measurement of CIP chemicals using VEGAPULS radar level sensors.

How a simple point level measurement saw through the foam

06. July
Brewery front
Of all the sensors inside Bell’s Brewery, however, only one is highlighted with a bright LED indication ring – the VEGAPOINT 21. This point level switch is special for a couple of reasons. It’s the first of its kind to be installed in the United States, and it’s located on a foam trap tank in the newest addition of the growing brewery.

New at VEGA: Technology talk on YouTube

02. July
The video format "VEGA talk" is a new monthly series on the VEGA YouTube channel. 10 questions to Tom and Stefan, the faces of the new explanatory video series.

Radar sensors with strong focusing ensure more precise values in continuous level measurement

18. June
Radar is the better ultrasonic thanks to 80 GHz technology

VEGA sensors under extreme pressure

22. April
VEGAFLEX 86, with its extremely durable material combination, impresses users at the nuclear power station in Fuqing, China

Compact radar sensors without dead zone deliver reliable level values in small vessels

17. March
Radar is the better ultrasonic, also in applications in small vessels

Level measurements in the deep fryer without the mess

26. February
Operating large, industrial fryers relies on a single level measurement made in a small side chamber using a non-contact 80 GHz radar.
Level measurements in large industrial fryers have traditionally been made using contact technology. More and more food processing facilities are finding more success with non-contact 80 GHz radar.

Compact radar sensors deliver reliable level values independently of process and environmental influences

11. February
Radar is the better ultrasonic under any kind of process or environmental conditions

Radiometric Measurements and X-Ray Interference

10. February
X-ray interference with radiometric, or nuclear, instrumentation is a serious problem that can result in measurement errors and permanent damage to detectors. This white paper discusses users’ options for preventing errors, avoiding damage, and continuing to measure during X-ray interference events.

Plastic pellets to stadium seating: How 80 GHz radar level measurement guarantees seating for millions

30. January
The VEGAPULS 69 radar sensor provides accurate continuous level measurements from the top of the silo holding plastic pellets.
The latest 80 GHz radar level measurement sensors can measure materials with low reflective qualities like plastic pellets and flakes. The VEGAPULS 69 uses a higher frequency and smarter, more sensitive electronics to make level measurements in silos that weren’t previously possible.
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Security in every application

Every industry places very specific requirements on the measurement technology it uses. VEGA sensors reliably fulfil the most demanding measuring tasks.