Sensors in the process

The targeted use of appropriate turbidity measurement technology increases the process reliability, minimises the use of resources, and creates the potential for cost optimisations.

Sensors for breweries


Starting the lautering at the optimum moment, ensuring the maximum re-usability with the yeast harvesting, having perfect control over the separators, reusing slightly contaminated CIP media and minimising wastewater costs. These are just a few of the benefits offered to users through the use of optical turbidity measurement technology in the brewing process. Optimisations in the field of staff use can also be achieved by eliminating the manual sampling and improving the levels of control over phase changes that were previously time-managed.

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Sensors for dairies

Kompaktsensoren in Molkereien Übersicht


Where turbidities and thus the appropriate changeover point in phase separation, for example, used to be determined by means of sight glasses, time-controlled processes or through conductivity measurements, companies today increasingly rely on optical measurement technology. In addition to the reduction of cleaning media, the primary objectives are the minimisation of system downtimes owing to cleaning processes, as well as the reduction of water consumption and the volume of resulting wastewater.

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Sensors for CIP systems


CIP Brauerei und Molkerei


In addition to the frequently used conductivity measurement, which is used to determine the concentration of the acid or lye, turbidity sensors can be used to optimise the process. By determining the degree of contamination of the cleaning fluid, conclusions can be drawn about possible further use of the medium, which can save costs through improved use of resources.

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