VEGA

Booth number HALL 8 -8714

www.vega.com

VEGA is a German manufacturer of level and pressure instruments for all applications such as in the chemicals, oil & gas, food, water & wastewater, bulk solids and pharmaceutical.

About us

VEGA is a German manufacturer of level and pressure instruments for all applications such as in the chemicals, oil & gas, food, water & wastewater, bulk solids, pharmaceutical...

Production processes are becoming ever more complex. So it’s really important that the measurement technology used to control and monitor the processes is all the more understandable and intuitive.

VEGA has set itself the goal of developing innovative measurement technology that is easy to install and operate and offers maximum safety and reliability:
Guided Wave Radar (GWR), Free space Radar, Radiation based technologies, Capacitance probe, Pressure and Differential pressure transmitters (DPT), just to name few.

VEGA is active in over 80 countries with its globe-spanning network of subsidiaries.

Address
VEGA
Al-Khaimah Building, Al Ittihad Road
112439 Deira, Dubai
UAE

Phone: +971 4 2947552
Fax: +971 4 2947554
Internet: www.vega.com

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VEGA




Products and Services

VEGA develops and manufactures Level and Pressure Sensors. The range of instruments covers: Radar, Ultrasonic, Hydrostatic sensor, Guided-wave Radar, Capacitance, Conductive probe, Pressure transmitter, Differential pressure transmitters (DPT), Vibrating fork, Radiation-based sensors,...

VEGA has set itself the goal of developing innovative measurement technology that is easy to install and operate and offers maximum safety and reliability.
Guided Wave Radar - VEGAFLEX 80 Series

The VEGAFLEX 80 series (Guided Wave Radar) are maintenance-free sensors use for level or interface measurements. The sensor delivers precise and reliable values even in applications with vapor, buildup, foam generation, and condensation.

Further reading

Radar Level Sensor - VEGAPULS 60 Series

The innovative 80 GHz radar technology provides reliable measurement results under all conditions.
The radar sensor is a non-contact technology that measures the level of liquids or solids.
The measurements are unaffected by temperature fluctuations, vacuum, or high pressures and are insensitive to contamination.

Further reading

Pressure Transmitter - VEGABAR

VEGA sensors are designed for all measuring tasks – whether it involves gases, any liquid, fine powders or even abrasive bulk solids – and always in compliance with the required standards and approval.
The Sensors can measure a pressure (analog output) and act as a Pressure switch with a separate output at the same time.
Equipped with a LED ring it can be seen whether the measuring process is running, whether the sensor is switching or whether there is possibly a fault in the process.

Further reading

News & Innovations

Radar is the better ultrasonic
The 80 GHz Radar is a non-contact sensor used for level measurement.

The radar sensor operates at a high frequency (80 GHz) and embarks an advanced electronic which negates the influence of buildup.
Moreover, the microwave-based technology does not rely on the surrounding conditions to proceed with the measurement. The physical properties of microwaves allow them to pass through thick layers of dust or humidity and remain unaffected by heavy sun exposure.
Compared to ultrasonic measuring instruments, radar sensors measure regardless of temperature fluctuations, vacuum, or high pressures and are insensitive to contamination.
80 GHz radar sensors also convince with very good signal focusing. This makes it easier to separate measurement and interference signals - the measurement
is much more reliable and accurate. Further reading

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