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Solutions for Food & Beverage Industries

Categories of ECM for food & beverage industries:

  • Composition of liquids
  • Membrane filters
  • Fermentation and crystallization
  • Foam height
  • Composition of powders
  • Moisture / Humidity
  • Filtration system
  • Flow / Pressure / Level
  • Industrial gas purity
  • Package gases
  • Spray drying process
  • Cleaning processes
  • Clean rooms
  • Bacteriological activity
  • Sludge drying
  • Waste water treatment
  • Inerting of storage, transport and centrifuge systems

The target sectors covered by the ECM group are breweries, soft drink, production, diary, coffee and tea, sugar, wine, distillation, starch.

Liquid content monitoring

  • Breweries
  • Dairies
  • Soft drinks
  • Wine

Pressure / level monitors

Pressure and level transmitters, “inteligent” pressure and level transmitters, high-end levelswitches – based on vibration, low cost levelswitch – based on vibration.

Gas analyzers

  • Package gases – monitoring of O2, CO2, N2 content of package gases
  • CO2 purity – content of sulphur, hydrocarbons, NH3 and other
  • Area monitoring – portable and stationary analytic equipment


  • Only Self Checking 2-Wire Loop Powered Device
  • Also Universal Line Power and Modbus
  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Performance and Design to ASTM D7392, EN 15859
  • Wide Ambient Temp Range (-40 °C to 70 °C)
  • Easy In/Easy Out Electronics Module
  • Single Piece or 2-Piece (i.e. Remote Electronics)
  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • High Performance yet Simple to Use

Multi-Channel Particulate Monitor (Multiple Filters / Chambers).

Spray dryers

Water quality instrumentation

Sensor probes to monitor composition of the intake water and of the effluent. Effluent monitoring indicates accidental escape of product into the waste water Compact analytic systems to monitor TOC, COD, BOD, NH4, pH, ORP, DO, Phenols, BTX hydrocarbons, turbidity and other.


Optical instruments allow monitoring of the moisture content in the material using the infrared measuring principle.

Bacteriologic pollution monitoring for mineral water
and soft drink bottling with rapid response within
15 minutes.

Electric flow rate and mass flow sensors for powders and granules. These monitors allow accurate product dosing as well as immediate indication of distribution, hopper and conveyor problems.