New moisture sensor for bulk goods

A combination of well-proven measuring systems, long-term experience and close cooperation with the clients developed a new sensor generation made by Aco. With the new AMMS moisture measuring sensor Aco offers a compact sensor suitable for nearly all bulk goods, granules, powders, mixtures, paste-like materials and substances from various industrial fields.

The new AMMS sensor will be presented at the trade fair Powtech 2014 in Nuremberg (hall 5, booth 5-423).

User-friendly calibration through software

The most convincing feature of the sensor is the user-friendly calibration by means of special...

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