In beet sugar refining the raw sugar is heated and dissolved in water into liquor. There are typically several interconnected agitated vessels in this process, each one with a weir allowing the liquor to flow from vessel to vessel. During the dissolving process, sugar byproducts from the downstream refining process are reintroduced to enable sugars to be recovered. To ensure a continuous process, a reliable level measurement is required.
Reliable measurement, unaffected by surface, foam and condensation
Radar level measurement in the sugar dissolver vessel
- Reliable measurement in small vessels, independent of condensation and foam
- Hygienic process fittings allow aseptic operation
- Easy installation thanks to small process fittings