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VEGA Controls Ltd.

Kendal House, Victoria Way

RH15 9NF BURGESS HILL
WEST SUSSEX

United Kingdom

Tel.: +44 1444 870055

Fax: +44 1444 870080

Telephone consultation

You’d like to talk with an expert? You’re looking for the ideal sensor for your requirements? Then call us. We’ll be glad to help you select the right instrument.

You’ll be connected with your VEGA consultant via our switchboard:

+44 1444 870055

Service hotline

If you need service, feel free to call our 24-hour hotline, available seven days a week. Only normal call charges are incurred:

+49 1805 85 85 50

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Breaking the Fog Bank: Mitigating Atmosphere’s Effect on Pressure Sensors

13. October
Changing atmospheric pressure inside a plant can toy with pressure devices that measure liquid level inside of storage and production tanks. In this paper, VEGA Americas pressure product manager Jeff Brand outlines three solutions to mitigating atmosphere's effect on pressure sensors and tells the story of a Costa Rican dairy that considered all three solutions. Which solution did the dairy ultimately choose? Read on to find out!

Interview: Abby Timon

09. October
Abby Timon leads a meeting.
Find out how the launch of the VEGAPULS 64 lit up the phone lines and a dishwasher led to a career.

VEGAPULS 64 measures levels reliably in fruit and vegetable processing

05. October
"An apple a day keeps the doctor away". Many people take this old English proverb to heart, from babyhood through to adulthood. This means specialists in the fruit and vegetable processing industry have to make sure that even applesauce out of a baby food jar has the right consistency and quality. This includes the company Mainfrucht, a subsidiary of Grünewald International.

VEGAPULS 64 monitors the level in chocolate cream tanks. The perfect melt.

26. September
The production facility of Socado S.r.l., near Verona, Italy, is the El Dorado of all chocolate addicts. Here, the company produces not only chocolate bars and filled chocolates for direct consumption, but also products that require further processing, such as chocolate blocks for the confectionery industry and many kinds of cocoa, milk and hazelnut based spreads.

VEGAPULS 64 provides reliability in the crystallization process in sugar production

21. September
The production of sugar requires perfect timing. Radar level measuring instrument from VEGA ensure that crystallization begins at the right time so that sugar crystals with exactly defined properties are produced.

A cool, light one, please

12. September
Radar sensor VEGAPULS 64 provides continuous stock data for a smooth filling process.

5 key lessons when using Guided Wave Radar

07. September
VEGAFLEX Guided Wave Radar
Our service engineers are setting Guided Wave Radars up every other day and have given us an insight into some of the most basic issues they regularly see.

VEGAPULS 64 radar level sensor proves its prowess in the LNG/LPG process chain

06. September
Before LNG/LPG can be used as an energy source or used in production for the chemical or petrochemical industry, it must be put through a whole series of process steps. These are to remove unwanted elements, such as sulfur and mercury, along with refining it to ensure the quality and calorific requirements are met; prior to compression, transport and subsequent use. Through all these process steps, reliable level measurements are critical for the safe and smooth operation of the plant.

With 80 GHz through China

28. August
This time, our 80-GHz tour took me to the heart of China – to Baotou and Changchun, to be exact.

Effective interface control in multi-phase separators

23. August
3D MDA Tank with eDP
Various measurement technologies have been used over the years to measure interface in a separation vessel. Interfaces vary from clean and well-defined, to a small rag layer or a large emulsion band, right through to multiple interfaces of oil, emulsion, water, solids and associated build-up. Different technologies have shown varying degrees of success, but rarely cope with all of the conditions that can occur. Doug Anderson of VEGA Controls Ltd asks how can this measurement be made more reliable?
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