New location in Switzerland

MBA Instruments GmbH established a new branch in Samstagern/Switzerland – MBA Instruments (Schweiz) GmbH. In addition to selling equipment for level measurement, the new company will also be the contact for all departments of the associated company SMB International GmbH. The distinctive feature of both companies are their special solutions making it possible to meet the special requirements as regards technology and application know-how. With the rotating level indicator MBA 200, the sounding system MBA LOT 369 and the diaphragm-box level detector MBA 100, MBA Instruments GmbH offer an attractive portfolio of applications for bulk solids measurement. Since September 2009 the radar measuring instruments MBA PULS 300 and MBA PULS 400 round off the range of products.

MBA Instruments GmbH, Quickborn (D), Tel.: +49 4106-123888-0, www.mba-instruments.ch

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