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
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.
On June 1st 2021, it was officially kicked-off the European Project SUNRISE, which aims to develop new solutions for the separation and recycling of PVB films from laminated glass. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº958243.
Within the framework of the European research project In4CIS, and following to the design phase, Lenz Instruments has started the manufacturing of an optical inspection system for third generation photovoltaic devices based on CIGS technology.
On June 2020, the European Project ICEBERG was officially launched. The project aims to develop and demonstrate novel cost-effective circular smart solutions for an upgraded recovery of secondary building raw materials along the entire circular value chain: from end-of-life building materials (EBM) to new building products prepared for circularity, resource-efficiency and containing 30wt% to 100wt% of high-purity (>92%) recycled content. This will be undertaken through 6 pilot circular case studies, covering building materials accounting for more than 85% by weight of the European built environment.