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⚙️ 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! 🚀

A Novel Solution for the Inspection of Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) films in Laminated Glass

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.

The European ICEBERG project faces its last year of activity with all case studies in progress

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 Pilot Line for Sorting and Recycling Construction and Demolition Waste

We are working on the development of a pilot line for sorting mixed ceramic fractions from construction and demolition waste. The pilot line is designed to process up to 1 ton per hour of input material, and is aimed to sort it into three main streams: grey fraction (concrete), red fraction (brick fragments) and other materials, including gypsum.

Advanced Sorting Solutions for End-of-life Building Materials (EBM)

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.

Lenz Instruments collaborates with National Instruments in the publication of the Shreddersort case study

Shreddersort: Control of a metal separation plant using LIBS spectroscopy for the recycling industry. The challenge: On a conveyor belt at 2m / s, it is intended to develop a system that controls a metallic waste separation line by detection and blowing, and that synchronizes: (1) detection by inductive sensors of the position of each fragment, (2) the firing of a pulsed laser; (2) the acquisition of the optical emission spectrum of the plasma generated by the pulses; and (3) the activation of the blow valves.

LENZ at FoodTech Exhibition, 8-11 May 2018

Lenz Instruments will attend the TECNO CARNICA room of the FoodTech Exhibition (Stand A-270), which will be organized at Barcelona on 08-11 May. FoodTech trade fair is focused on food technology, and is one of the most prestigious one within the sector. With over 37,000 professional visitors from 115 different countries, FoodTech is attended by 660 commercial brands from local and international companies. Tecno Carnica – the exhibition hall focused on machinery, technology, equipment and supplies for the meat processing sector plays a key role in the fair, representing over 50% of the activity of the Fair.

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:

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