With superior instrumentation and service, VEGA Americas continues to put their customers on the cutting edge of technology. In this blog post from VEGA, we review a VEGAPULS 64 application study, examining its uses in the pharmaceutical industry. Because of its hygienic design
What Grandma already knows The cooking and canning of food is an old, but very reliable method of preservation. A short period of heating is enough to kill off bacteria and prolong shelf life. Our grandparents mastered this simple principle a long time ago.
Pressure measurement is one of the oldest, most common means of process control: It is tried, tested and proven with good reason. Pressure technology is versatile because it can measure level, density and interface, and users can choose a measuring cell material that
Read a white paper about this exciting new technology Differential pressure (DP) is one of the oldest methods of level measurement on the market. Anyone who has used a DP unit, however, knows that the technology has it flaws. This white paper examines how electronic
FAQ: Can Bluetooth communication be integrated into every VEGA sensor? PLICSCOM is downward compatible, which means that it can be quickly and easily integrated into any VEGA sensor built since 2002. The software of the respective sensor does not need to be updated. Yes,
Lime plays a larger role in our lives than one might assume. The mineral can be found in many everyday products from glass to sugar and in the production of commonly-used materials, including metals and plastics. Good thing there are companies like Lhoist
VEGA is changing the way operators think about liquid level measurement and system isolation with the VEGAPULS 64. Last summer, VEGA Americas tested the performance of the VEGAPULS 64, the world’s first radar level sensor for liquid, operating at a frequency of 80