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Balluff Limited

20 Cheshire Business Park
Lostock Gralam
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01606 812 777
Fax : 01606 812 778
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Could German education influences combat the UK’s engineering skills shortage?

Sensors specialists Balluff Ltd has commended German Industry UK (GIUK) for its commitment to tackling the engineering skills shortage crisis in the UK.FULL STORY...

Infrared fork sensors for fluid detection

Balluff has extended its range of BGL fork sensors by offering a fluid detection sensor. This infrared fork sensor is suitable for detecting the level of clear, coloured or turbid fluids with a water content >15% through transparent walls. Fluids such as milk, household cleaners, viscous detergents, ketchup etc. cause no problem for this compact sensor.FULL STORY...

Balluff SmartLevel 500+ - safe recognition of fill levels for food industry

Capacitive sensors are used for level indication of various materials. Liquids such as ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard impose a special difficulty for level sensors in general, as they have a tendency to be adhesive or create extensive amounts of material build-up on the sensors or container walls, other products such as milk can foam during processing.FULL STORY...


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