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Process monitoring and industrial inspection solutions

Lenz Instruments S.L. is a technology-based company focused on the development and commercialization of instruments and systems for industrial inspection applications, as well as on providing engineering services in fields related to automation, electronic design, and process monitoring.

Key fields of expertise include non-destructive or contactless inspection technologies based on electromagnetic sensors, vision systems, ultrasound and optical spectroscopy.


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Engineering services in automation, electronic design, and process monitoring


We collaborate with different sectors, including food industry, and recycling


As a technology based company, we are very active in R&D projects

Our network

We have collaboration agreements with several industrial and academic partners, which help us to create new business opportunities, to improve and optimize our products, and to generate knowledge. Such collaborations provide us complimentary material and human resources to further develop existing and novel products.



New industrial sorting systems based on laser spectroscopy (LIBS), magnetic induction spectroscopy, and machine vision for recycling of non-ferrous metals.

SHREDDERSORT consortium is almost completing the construction of three individual sorting systems for the recycling of End of Live Vehicles scrap. The three sorting systems are:


ShredderSort: Lenz instruments collaborates in the development of an pilot line for the separation of non-ferrous metal scrap

The recycling industry is increasingly interested in new technologies to recover individual metals from different sources, including end-of-life vehicles, industrial waste, or municipal waste.


Ham-Inspector™ technology is presented in a technical workshop organized by IRTA at Girona (Spain)

The Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries (IRTA) organized a technical workshop at their facilities on the past December 17th, 2015. In the event, IRTA presented the results of a research study aiming at modelling the salt uptake process, in the production of dry-cured ham. The study, carried out in the framework of an European Research Project (www.procured.eu), showed the importance of monitoring the fat content in raw hams, to control the salt content in the final product.


Fratelli Galloni and Lenz Instruments presents at the Expo (Milano, 2015) innovative strategies to produce highest quality Parma hams with low-salt content

Fratelli Galloni, one of the leading Parma ham producing companies at Italy, has been continuously working in the improvement of the quality of their products, and the control of their salt content. In collaboration with Lenz Instruments, Fratelli Galloni is working in the optimization of their production process, to achieve highest quality Parma hams, with reduced and more standardized salt content.

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