Anderson-Negele temperature sensors are manufactured entirely of stainless steel, making them fully compliant with standard hygienic design requirements.
Anderson-Negele pressure sensors with ceramic measuring cells are ideal for performing hydrostatic level measurements and differential pressure measurements to a high degree of accuracy.
Anderson-Negele pressure sensors comes with a stainless steel diaphragm that is highly resistant to overload and are suitable for the precise measurement of gases and fluids in extremely wet environments.
With the magnetic-inductive flowmeter FMI, the FWS/FWA ultrasonic flow monitor and the FKS calorimetric flow monitor, Anderson-Negele offers three different measurement principles that reliably and cost-effectively monitor your processes.
Anderson Negele's inductive conductivity meters are primarily deployed for the control of CIP processes and concentration measurement or are used for product monitoring and quality assurance.
In process engineering, turbidity measurement has become indispensable for the automation of process flows. By offering a variety of different measurement techniques, Anderson-Negele has a solution for virtually every application.
The CLEANadapt adaptation system from Anderson-Negele with three different thread sizes is a system that cannot only be used with almost every Anderson-Negele sensor, but has been adopted as the standard by all other vendors.
Anderson-Negele offers technicians and engineers a wide range of professional tools. All of our devices have been designed by Anderson-Negele teams with the practical experience and knowledge to create measuring devices that meet today's demands.
Thanks to the modular sensor platform for a perfectly tailored sensor configuration as it is not a matter of luck. It can feature any of the required options, while avoiding the costs for unnecessary extras.