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Inductive Sensors
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Cleaning processes complying with food and pharmaceutical regulations are particularly challenging. Sensors involved are exposed to high level of stress, water, high temperatures, pressures up to 100bar as well as aggressive detergents, while expected to have a long operational life. Hygienic, tough, and versatile, Datalogic Automation’s stainless steel inductive sensors are highly suitable for food and pharmaceutical industries. Added to the existing M12 models, the new M18 and M30 models are designed for environments that are subjected to frequent wash downs and stringent cleaning procedures. They are ECOLAB and DIVERSEY tested.

Posted on July 4, 2012 - (890 views)
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