Up to now, Adam Fabriwerk made do with differential pressure transmitters in the stirring vessels. However, in their customers' everyday production this often resulted in measurement uncertainties, for example when the density of the media changed. Especially for pharmaceutical and cosmetics companies, who change media frequently in their process vessels, this presented additional challenges because the vessels require correspondingly frequent cleaning cycles. Also impractical was the necessary calibration, which also led to inaccurate readings.
Once installed, radar sensor VEGAPULS 64 didn't need to be reconfigured, not even during CIP cycles. This has a particularly positive effect when the vessels are delivered to the pharmaceutical manufacturers. The sensors can be adjusted and adapted to the vessel before delivery. The end customer thus receives a fully operational system.
Adam Fabriwerk was enthusiastic about the uncomplicated collaboration with VEGA and the simple installation of the new sensor.