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Safe and reliable sensor solutions for the food & beverage industry

04 July 2022

To ensure it supports its customers’ needs, Carlo Gavazzi has obtained approval for the ILU and ILM Series of magnetic level sensors, making them suitable for direct contact with food products.

“This approval now positions us to help more of our customers in the UK with continuous level measurement and limit level detection when in direct contact with food and beverage products" comments Will Darby, Managing Director for Carlo Gavazzi UK.
The ILM models are made in a spheric AISI 316 stainless steel housing. The eversible output function is achieved by means of a simple rod or float overturning and comes with a 0.5m Silicone cable and offers maximum electrical and mechanical flexibility with a NO, NC or CO option.
The ILMPU versions are suitable for horizontal mounting, they are manufactured in a nontoxic polypropylene cylindrical housing with XLPE, PVC or silicone cable output connections. The ILMPU model can be used both as a NO and NC function with other options for CO output function as well as reversible output function by sensor housing overturning.
ILM and ILMPU series of sensors fulfil the requirements of materials and articles used for food contact as described in:
• Regulation 1935/2004/EC 
• Regulation 2023/2006/EC
• Regulation 10/2011/EC
• Danish executive order, BEK nr 681 as of 25 May 2020
• FDA 21 CRF § 177.2600 as rubber articles for repeated use
• BfR XV, Silicone as of 1 June 2019
• Italian Decree 195 of 6 August 2015

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