Lenz Instruments is a technology-based company specialized in the development and manufacture of advanced inspection systems for different industrial sectors including: Meat, Recycling, PhotoVoltaic and Pharmaceutical sectors. Our inspection equipment has been specifically designed and validated to work in demanding industrial environments. Likewise, we offer engineering services in different technological areas such as: mechanical design, optical design, electronic design, automation, programming, artificial vision, data processing and analysis, and development of Artificial Intelligence algorithms.
Our extensive experience in non-destructive industrial inspection techniques together with our engineering and industrial design expertise allows us to offer a wide range of solutions to our clients. We use different advanced inspection technologies including: Vibrational Spectroscopy (NIRS, Raman, FTIR), Optical Spectroscopy (UV-Vis), Photoluminescence, Elemental Analysis (LIBS, XRF), Hyperspectral Imaging, Artificial Vision and Magnetic Induction. All these technologies allow us to provide customized solutions that adapt to the specific needs of each client.
At Lenz Instruments, we understand the importance of industrial inspection in maintaining and improving quality standards and efficiency in production processes. Our measurement systems are designed to help companies control and optimize their processes, guaranteeing precision and reliability at each stage of the process.
In addition to offering monitoring and control solutions, we offer specialized engineering services. Our team of experts can advise you on the selection of the best technological solutions, design implementation strategies and provide comprehensive technical support to ensure the success of your process improvement projects.
Trust Lenz Instruments for cutting-edge industrial inspection and process improvement solutions. Our innovative approach and dedication to excellence position us as one of the leading companies in the field. We work closely with our clients, creating long-term relationships based on trust and mutual success.
Contact us today to learn more about our solutions and find out how we can help you improve.
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.
⚙️ The last week, the new QMEAT PROBE™ that we have improved thanks to the DREAMHAM project left our facilities on its way to Italy.
Its destination 📍Rovagnati S.p.A. a company that produces all types of typical Italian sausages. QMEAT PROBE™ is an inspection system that allows non-destructive analysis of meat quality parameters such as texture and water retention capacity of pork. In particular, the system allows detecting meat with PSE (Pale, Soft & Exudative) defects.
In close relationship with Rovagnati S.p.A., pilot tests will be carried out to validate the improvements implemented, including the adoption of #Artificial Intelligence to improve prediction models.
Thanks DREAM Eurocluster for this opportunity! 👏
We are thrilled to announce that we are among the selected participants in the European project DREAM Eurocluster Open.
As a result, we are embarking on a new collaborative project with the Italian company Rovagnatti with the aim of reducing meat wastage by providing the food industry with a reliable tool for detecting quality defects in raw meat.
We are ready! 🚀
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.