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Safe, hygienic, in-line powder testing

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GEA Group

This company’s auger and vacuum samplers (photo) provide a reliable way to accurately take powder samples safely and hygienically while ensuring that the powder is not contaminated or damaged in the process. The auger sampler uses technology that delivers accurately controlled powder samples. The auger sampler is recommended for applications where the sampling point is near the sample destination. By contrast, the vacuum sampler is best used when the sample point is further away from the testing location. The model complies with the latest relevant global requirements and provides either a two-pot or six-pot diverting head for maximum flexibility. — GEA Group AG, Düsseldorf, Germany

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