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For more than 60 years, VEGA has provided industry-leading products for level and pressure measurements in the process and automation industries, including energy, petrochemical, chemical, oil and gas, pulp and paper, pharmaceutical, mining, plastics, food and beverage, bulk solids, and water and wastewater.

Using an assortment of technologies, including radar, guided wave radar, pressure, differential pressure, electronic differential pressure, capacitance, ultrasonic, and radiometric, VEGA offers a wide range of measurement solutions. VEGA believes the future of instrumentation lies on the ability to produce high-quality, innovative products that keep pace with technology, and provide service and value to our customers in today’s competitive environment.

VEGA is a worldwide organization with a presence in more than 80 countries. Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, VEGA Americas designs, manufactures, sells, and services products throughout North, Central, and South America and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of VEGA Grieshaber KG, headquartered in Schiltach, Germany. VEGA employs more than 1,500 people around the world, 300 of which are employed with VEGA Americas.

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80 GHz Radar vs. Ultrasonic: Non-contact Level Measurement Technology Comparison (Level Sensing) When it comes to non-contact continuous level measurement, radar and ultrasonic are two of the most common technologies used. Both technologies are used for similar applications across industries, and... (View Full Article)
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