SVA Industrie-Fernseh-GmbH

Marie-Curie-Str. 11, 40721 Hilden
Germany
Telephone +49 2103 335500
Fax +49 2103 335501
info@sva-hilden.de

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Measurement, testing, control technology and software
  • 05.01  Measurement and control technology, sensoring
  • 05.01.02  Inspection technology
  • 05.01.02.04  Video inspection glass furnace

Video inspection glass furnace

Our products

Product category: Video inspection glass furnace

Furnace monitoring

Our furnace probe is used with 60mm diameter. A variety of lenses and camera types are available. Our probe housing is manufactured of various steel and stainless steel alloy dependent upon load and tank firing as well against adhesions with special heat resistant plastics.

Characteristics of the probe are low coolant consumption and high stability. The probe can be used in both fixed and mobile or equipped with an automatic retraction device. Various expansion stages are available.

The standard version is made up of the furnace probe consisting of camera, lens and cooling-system, retraction device, media cabinet, remote control and all cables, connectors and tubes which are nessecary for the function of the system.

More Less

About us

Company details

SVA Industrie Fernseh GmbH
Development, production and selling from television systems to the observation of extremely hot areas. We have been working successfully for more than 50 years. Now in the 3rd generation SVA Industrie Fernseh GmbH is working at the field of firing chamber monitoring systems.

Our cameras are needed for different operative ranges world wide glass industry, float glass industry, steel industry,cement industry, garbage, incinerating plants, and utility industry. By permanent monitoring of the hot area, processes can be carried out better and with less environment load. Spoilage production can be reduced to a minimum.

In addition to the chamber monitoring SVA is engaged in the field of professional video monitoring technology. Digital visual recording and image processing can be used as well as matrix control for the complete monitoring of the plant.

More Less