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Meorga Ludwigshafen 2014 | KROHNE Australia

KROHNE @ Meorga Ludwigshafen 2014 – Exhibition for the Chemical Industry

Visit KROHNE at Meorga, Ludwigshafen, 17th of September, Stand F5G4

KROHNE presents at Meorga measuring instruments for the Chemical industry:

  • OPTITEMP Temperature Measurement
  • OPTIFLUX Electromagnetic Flowmeters
  • OPTISONIC Ultrasonic Flowmeters
  • OPTIFLEX 1100 Guided Radar (TDR) Level Meters
  • OPTIFLEX 2200 Guided Radar (TDR) Level Meters
  • OPTIWAVE 6300 Non-contact Radar (FMCW) Level Meter for Solids
  • OPTIMASS 6400 The standard high-performance Coriolis mass flowmeters
  • H250 M40 Variable Area Flowmeters – Standard solution for the process industry
  • SMARTSENS – The first family of analytical sensors that no longer require transmitters
  • OPTISWIRL 4070 Allround Vortex Flowmeters

Location

Friedrich-Ebert-Halle
Erzbergerstr. 89
67063 Ludwigshafen

Stand F5G4

Date

17th of September
8:00 - 16:00

Our team at Meorga Ludwigshafen

Frank Schmidt f.schmidt@krohne.com
Florian Sauer f.sauer@krohne.com
Stefan Gawens s.gawens@krohne.com
Bernd Reitz b.reitz@krohne.com
Please get in contact with us!

This exhibition is aimed at professionals and decision makers in their companies for the optimization of business and production processes along the entire value chain.

Admission and participation in the workshops are free for visitors.
From 10:30 to 11:00 we are presenting our Workshop with the theme “Bases to level gauges in solids applications”. We look forward to seeing you there!

This exhibition is aimed at professionals and decision makers in their companies for the optimization of business and production processes along the entire value chain.

Admission and participation in the workshops are free for visitors.
From 10:30 to 11:00 we are presenting our Workshop with the theme “Bases to level gauges in solids applications”. We look forward to seeing you there!