System solutions | Example process


In industry, there are more and more digital interfaces between operations and their partners, e.g. for automatic delivery of components and screws. In the field of chemistry, tracking systems for hazardous substances are the first step towards a networked world of work.

However, there is a virtually unlimited number of applications which require reliable processes for safe handling of hazardous substances. Here are a few practical examples to inspire you!



  1. BATTERY XL - Temperature sensor
    For storage of substances for which self-ignition cannot entirely be ruled out, e.g. lithium ion batteries, temperature sensors are recommended for prevention. These act as an early warning system for detection of thermal events in the cabinet interior.

  2. SUPREME line plus - Gas detectors and weighing sensors
    When using certain gases, it is necessary to connect a gas detector to protect employees. They can be integrated into the system just as easily as the weighing sensors already used to determine the fill level of pressurised gas cylinders.

  3. DISPOSAL UTS ergo line - Level monitoring
    To minimise the risk of overfilling in compliance with TRGS 509, the use of level monitoring sensors is recommended. There are digital sensors which report a limit level measurement or analog sensors with offer a continuous measurement of fill levels. For either application, capacitive sensors are available, which have no contact with the medium, or floating sensors, which do have contact with the medium to be monitored.




    1. ACTOM line for reliable supply
      The ACTCOM line is the best solution for combined supply and disposal of solvents. Sensors enable the fill levels of the supply media to be recorded to ensure prompt reordering, as well as the levels of accumulated waste materials.

    2. COMPLEX LL: Monitoring of exhaust function
      Particularly when filling and transferring, the exhaust function according to DIN 1946-7 must be continuously monitored (24/7) to prevent any explosive atmosphere in compliance with DIN EN 60079-10-1.

    3. CLASSIC line - Door opening status sensor
      The doors of safety storage cabinets used for storage of hazardous substances must be kept closed after use in compliance with DIN EN 14470-1. This applies especially if the exposure of the stored media bears any safety risks. This sensor can provide an easy way to monitor the status of the door (open/closed).

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