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In-line measurement technology instead of instrumentation with tees
No dead spaces and no blockages

Unconditional product quality can only be achieved in the pharmaceutical industry if risks are systematically minimised in every process phase. An American...

Automatic drum emptier for toxic or explosive powdery products
Four cabins for clean and empty drums

With personal protection and a safer workplace in mind, an existing customer requested Dinnissen back in mid-2015 to think about a solution for automatically...

Using the lift effect
Hygienic filling valves with PTFE seals

The filling valve types F40 and F60 by Gemü follow the PD design, which makes it possible to securely isolate the moving parts of the actuator hermetically...

Safety is a critical success factor for Industry 4.0
Safety and security – Two sides of the same coin

In future safety will need to guarantee the protection of man and machine as well as ensuring the necessary flexibility and availability in the Smart Factory...

Production-integrated water/waste water technology
When zero liquid discharge pays off

Water is still the number one solvent and is predicted to remain so until at least 2030. This is the conclusion reached last year in a position paper published...

Production free of waste water
Reverse osmosis under high pressure

Instead of discharging water which is as clean as possible, the aim in future is for production processes to discharge no water whatsoever. Together with its...

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