WORK Microwave GmbH
Precision sensors for the production environment
With more than 30 years expertise in RF electronics, WORK Microwave is a leading provider of high-precision sensor solutions for a wide range of measurements and applications. Based on a powerful microwave technology that measures the influence of material on an electromagnetic field without the use of nuclear radiation, WORK Microwave sensors can uniquely handle microwave frequencies of up to 90 GHz at a rate of up to 100,000 measurements per second. This extremely high-speed measurement makes the sensors ideal for demanding in-line applications.
Typical applications include measuring moisture, residual moisture, mass, density, or identification of foreign particles and substances in a wide range of material in nearly all physical conditions. By measuring multiple parameters simultaneously from a single sensor device, WORK Microwave solutions dramatically streamline operational workflows.
All engineering and manufacturing of WORK Microwave sensors is performed under one roof, guaranteeing a shorter time to market and superior quality design. WORK Microwave sensors can be customized to meet a customer’s exact requirements, ensuring the highest possible accuracy and thereby optimizing the production process. Through a mechanical design that can be adapted to any application, the sensors allow easy implementation into an existing production line. A highly robust construction minimizes maintenance requirements, making them perfect for use in rugged environments. Via an extensive range of interfaces, including Ethernet, Profibus, and Current Loop, operators can easily support network connection requirements.
WORK Microwave GmbH offers you products from these product groups:
- Basic proccessing technologies for powder and bulk material (371)
- Measurement, control, automation (199)
- QC, QA and QM (62)
SectorThe products and/or services can be used in the following branches of industry.
- Pit + Quarry (249)
- Ceramics + Glass
- Food + Feed
- Engineering and plant construction & components (427)
- Recycling & Environment