RAMS Optical Product Monitor - Overview - METTLER TOLEDO
RAMS Optical Product Monitor

RAMS Optical Product Monitor

Optical product monitoring with low installation cost

RAMS Optical Product Monitor
RAMS Optical Product Monitor

Automatic phase separation detection and product identification by turbidity or color, ensures minimal waste of product and water. The rugged InPro8300 RAMS in-line systems are simple to configure, easy to use and require little maintenance. These systems are widely used in brewery and dairy applications for product/water separation, for color/turbidity control and before the filler as a product identifier. For product identification, an “optical fingerprint” of each product is taken and stored in the InPro8300 RAMS’ built-in memory.

 

Benefits

  • Minimal product loss
  • Low installation cost
  • Fast, easy calibration
  • Very low maintenance cost
  • Reliable operation

 

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Documentation

Brochures

Brewing Industry Brochure
This industry brochure highlights the availability of quality solutions for quality brewing.
Process Analytics Service Brochure
Customer service at METTLER TOLEDO strives to provide our customers with added value whenever possible, including professional product service as well...

Case Studies

White Paper: Turbidity/Color Measurement in Breweries
In this white paper, find out how the InPro 8600 supports optimization in: Filtration, Blending, Filling, helping to ensure high, consistent beer qual...
Optical product monitor
Deciding when to switch valves on conditioning tanks as they empty can either impact filter presses, or lead to lost beer. For Molson Coors, transferr...
Product loss in dairy
This case study explains how Crediton Dairy, a major independent UK producer of a wide-range of long life milk and cream, and flavored ESL milk produc...
Safer Effluent Treatment
Turbidity measurement is important for monitoring flocculant treatment of wastewater. Inefficient use can result in contaminants entering drainage sys...
Battling Corrosion in Refineries With the Power of In-line Analysis
Corrosion in refinery operations has been, and still is, the subject of many studies, papers, courses and web forums.

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