One incorrectly switched valve in the filling plant and it’s over: The end product is placed in the wrong container and operation has to be brought to a halt. This horror scenario can be avoided with the ILM series conductivity meter.
In the CIP cleaning phase, the exact dosage of acid or alkaline is very important for efficient cleaning. Precise measurement is essential to save cleaning agents, water and energy.
In both cases, the IML-4 inductive conductivity meter from Anderson-Negele is an impressive solution for in-line, hygienic monitoring and controlling of processes with the highest precision. Based on the principle of inductive conductivity measurement, the sensor displays the current conductivity readings, which can be compared with the expected values. This prevents products from being filled into the wrong containers. For applications in CIP processes, the IML-4 conductivity meter supports the efficient use of cleaning agents through economical dosing.
This sensor from Bachofen technology partner Anderson-Negele is characterised by a fast, four-second response time, high measuring accuracy and the integrated IO-Link interface. Benefit from Bachofen’s process knowledge to optimise your plant’s energy efficiency and increase operational reliability.
*CIP = Clean-in-Place