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Engineered for liquid level measurement applications, Baumer CleverLevel hygienic sensors are certified according to FDA, EHEDG and 3A guidelines
The Aplus Finetek Sensor vibrating probe level switch provides level measurement for most bulk powder materials, including milk powder, ground coffee, sugar and grains.
While it may be said that food safety and food quality are not necessarily interrelated, get lax about either, and you probably won’t have a brand for long.
“Terabytes of data are spinning on our servers,” Dex Dutson, process control manager with ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston told attendees at ARC Advisory Group’s World Industry Forum held in Orlando in February.
The Sensorex CS615 sterilizable conductivity sensor monitors process fluids for changes in sanitary applications.
Pepperl+Fuchs NBB flush-mount inductive sensors deliver sensing ranges to 1.5mm and a switching frequency up to 10 KHz in temperatures ranging from -13°F to 185°F.
Look around you. You probably have operating parameters you’d like to measure and track to satisfy the requirements of regulators, especially with FDA getting serious about implementing parts of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
Suitable for monitoring minimum and maximum liquid levels in safety applications up to SIL3, Endress+Hauser Liquiphant FTL8x point level switches have 2 relay outputs.
Suitable for hygienic and washdown environments, Banner QM26 and the QMH26 photoelectric sensors are used in food and beverage manufacturing and packaging zones.