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Comment Automation & Control

Optimized measuring devices for the pharmaceutical industry

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

The Pascal CV4 pressure transmitter (photo) has a high-resolution graphic display with backlighting. The device meets all typical requirements for pharmaceutical processing. Its high accuracy enables precise dosing in the filling process so that valuable product is not lost. The Pascal CV4 also meets strict hygiene requirements. It can be combined with a selection of easy-to-clean hygienic diaphragm seals in a variety of sizes and designs. These process connections protect against product loss and ensure that systems are easy to clean. Connections suitable for clean-in-place (CIP) and steam-in-place (SIP) make residue-free cleaning possible with designs that are free of dead spaces. In addition to this, the company offers the completely autoclavable mechanical pressure gage BH8 (photo) and the resistance thermometer GA2610 with clamp-on technology. — Labom Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH, Hude, Germany

www.labom.com

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