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113 GHz + your wavelength

113 GHz + your wavelength

The correct answer to any application

Based on the sum of 113 GHz, we select the appropriate radar frequency for each of your applications. In terms of engineering, we will supply you with the complete portfolio of radar instruments and optimize your process automation. On a personal note, we tune into your wavelength to understand exactly what you need for your specific processes.


  • Level measuring devices that are optimized to suit the specific application will increase efficiency, quality and safety in your plant

  • We select the right instruments for you as we get to know your individual needs from one-to-one discussions with our experts.

  • Gain an overview of the level measuring devices for your sector

Advantages of guided radar with measuring frequency of 1 GHz

  • Guided radar is suitable for applications involving foam and low dielectric constant values

  • Enables interface measurement, gas phase compensation and bypass applications

Advantages of radar with measuring frequency of 6 GHz

  • Reliable even in the event of condensation and turbulence

  • Stilling well applications

Advantages of radar with measuring frequency of 26 GHz

  • Good focusing properties

  • Suitable for 90% of applications

  • Even suitable in the case of turbulence

Advantages of radar with measuring frequency of 80 GHz

  • Perfect focusing with emitting angle of 3°

  • Large measuring range up to 125 m

  • Highest accuracy with 0.5 mm for Micropilot NMR81

There is more to level measurement than just radar

Sometimes, a completely different measuring principle can take your processes further. This is why we offer the complete portfolio of technology such as vibronic, ultrasonic, capacitance probes, hydrostatic, gamma, electromechanics and further solutions.

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