Food & Beverage industry
Optimisation in hygienic processes through key technologies
Our dedicated Food & Beverage division comprises a global team of industry specialists and account managers to take care of your needs. Being an instrumentation supplier for the food and beverage industry for over 20 years, we have gained industry- and application-specific know-how that we implemented into our devices and measuring solutions.
Our portfolio for the food & beverage industry contains products for flow, level, pressure and temperature measurement as well as inline analysis for hygienic and auxiliary applications. The hygienic instruments feature conformity to EC 1935/2004 and FDA, and are EHEDG and 3A approved. We offer flowmeters for low conductivity liquids and liquids with gas entrainments, mass and volume flowmeters for filling machines, and non-contact level transmitters for liquids and solids - even in dusty atmospheres without air purge. A wide range of hygienic connections are available for all instruments.
KROHNE offers measurement solutions for nearly all manufacturing processes in the food & beverage industry, including the production of beer, bread & cake, butter & cheese, chocolate, fruit & vegetable juice, grain, ice cream, liquid milk & cream, palm oil, pet food, soft drinks & mineral water and sugar.
KROHNE Global Industry Division Food & Beverage
Headquartered in Duisburg, Germany, our Global Industry Division is dedicated to serving customers in the Food & Beverage industry. Being an instrumentation supplier in the industry for over 20 years, we have gained industry- and application-specific know-how that we implemented into our devices and measuring solutions. Our offering extends from elementary process instrumentation up to fully engineered systems, and from engineering consultancy during the design phase, through to on-site commissioning and training. With presence in around 100 countries, local support is usually available from just around the corner. This applies whether the application can be covered by standard instrumentation, or is more challenging, where a one-off solution with dedicated process diagnostics is required.