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Density measurements with radiometric technology explained

Close-up of a MiniTrac at a mining operation

Maintaining Your Mining Equipment

Radiometric Measurements and X-Ray Interference

A VEGA Field Service Technician installs a MiniTrac 31 onto a pipe where the plant required a crucial density measurement.

Radiometric responsibility from start to finish


Level measurement with ultrasonic was yesterday - the future is radar!

Compared to ultrasonic sensors, radar sensors measure unaffected by temperature fluctuations, vacuum or high pressures and are insensitive to contamination. Discover compact level sensors with 80 GHz radar technology now.
A MiniTrac 31 density sensor is mounted on a vertical pipe to monitor the lime and asphalt mixture flowing upward. The measurement is made without interfering with the process or process material.

Measuring density with a non-contact measurement: Application of the month

Modernizing radiometric measurements: A true story

Illustration of VEGA radiometric device measuring liquid in a tank

The three R’s of radiometric measurements

VEGA radiometric sensor measuring mass flow on a conveyor belt

Measuring rock flow on a conveyor belt: Application of the Month


Online Live Demo

In 30-minute live demonstrations, our product managers will show you the functionality and advantages of the new instruments.

Radiometric mass flow measurement ensures precision charging in lime works

Using VEGA radiometric level measurement on coke drums

Finding the optimum level in coke drums: Application of the month

Radiometric FiberTrac 31mounted on a cyclone vessel in a cement plant

Avoid blockages in cyclone vessels: Application of the month