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.
In-line Weight, %Fat and %Salt determination for primal cut classification and dry-curing process optimization.
Engineering services in automation, electronic design, and process monitoring
We are present in different sectors, including the food industry, recycling, and photovoltaics.
As a technology based company, we are very active in R&D projects
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.
In the frame of the collaborative European Project SUNRISE (grant agreement nº958243), LENZ INSTRUMENTS has developed a novel solution for the inspection of Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) in laminated glass.
Bilbao, May 5, 2023. The ICEBERG Project in which 35 public and private organizations from ten European countries are involved, faces its last working year with important advances in the recycling of construction materials, new scientific publications and patents in progress.
Within the framework of the IN4CIS project, Lenz Instruments has developed a system for the inspection of 3rd generation photovoltaic devices up to 30×30 mm in size. The system integrates a multi-sensor head made up of a Raman probe and a photoluminescence probe.
A new consortium formed by eight companies, in collaboration with four research centres, aims at incorporating photovoltaic properties into buildings’ facades by integrating high-transparency and optical-quality devices into their tiled surface.