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Vega Controls Ltd

Kendal House, Victoria Way
Burgess Hill
West Sussex
RH15 9NF
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01444 87 00 55
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Article archive for Vega Controls Ltd;

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Radars for floating roof high level 19 May 2009

Vega have supplied their IEC 61508 SIL 2, ATEX Ex approved Vegapuls radar level transmitters to BP Oil for one of their latest tank farm upgrade projects. ...

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Level switches to provide reliable performance 12 December 2008

Premier foods manufacture a range of ready meals and soups including the popular Batchelor’s, Pasta’n’sauce, OXO and Vesta brands at their site in Ashford, Kent. They use many level probes to this site, needed to deliver reliable performance on applications like controlling the level of feed hoppers supplying packing machines filling sachets and containers. ...

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Europe’s biggest paper machine chooses Vega instrumentation 12 September 2008

Palm Paper, an enterprise of the Palm Group, has commissioned Vega to supply the level, switching and pressure instrumentation for the New PM 7 project in King’s Lynn. The order for the newsprint paper machine was awarded to the company Voith Paper. With a working breadth of 10.6 m and a maximum annual quantity of 400,000 tons, it will be the largest paper machine for newsprint paper in Europe. Start-up is planned for the 3rd quarter of 2009. ...

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Vega introduces TDR 18 July 2008

Vega has introduced a Vegaflex guided microwave radar (TDR) level transmitter with a remote housing option. The process connection height is as small as possible, with a straight 'axial' and right-angled plug on each end of the connecting cable allowing orientation, enabling the unit to be installed in confined spaces....