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Precise level control through smallest openings

In automated filling and dosing processes, reliable inquiry of filling levels is usually required. However, the medium to be monitored and the container itself often present users with challenges that can be overcome with special solutions.

A chemical company fills products into small glass bottles at an automatic dosing station. The bottles, which have openings the size of a test tube, are transported by a transport unit to a dosing unit where they are filled with an exact quantity of a clear, transparent liquid. The amount of product filled into each bottle must be absolutely identical. For this reason, each container must be certified for the correct filling level before it is sealed.