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A flowmeter for sensitive production processes

By Chemical Engineering |

GEA Group

GEA Group

To complement automated production plants, for example, in the food, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, this company has developed the CMAG magnetic inductive flowmeter (photo). This easy-to-install version of the proven IZMAG flowmeter delivers highly accurate and reliable measurement data, helping users improve dosing and recipe control, minimize risks and optimize resource utilization. Its hygienic stainless-steel design and the aseptic flange make it suitable for sensitive processes in the production and processing of beverages, liquid foods and milk, but also for liquid pharmaceutical, chemical and agrochemical products, personal care products, process waste and sea water, concentrated salt solutions and aqueous urea solutions. The small footprint enables more flexible positioning within the plant. Installation and commissioning do not involve a significant expenditure of time and money, says the manufacturer. — GEA Group AG, Düsseldorf, Germany

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