Posts tagged as Endress+Hauser

New office facility inaugurated

Rob MacKenzie, MD of Endress+Hauser South Africa; Garth Strachan, Office of the Deputy Director General, Department of Trade and Industry, and Klaus Endress, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group cutting the ribbon at the inauguration of the new premises. Two years after breaking ground, Endress+Hauser celebrated the opening of a new building in Sandton, Johannesburg, with […]

Standardised instrument platform for pressure measurement

Endress+Hauser’s standardised instrument platform for pressure measurement not only helps save costs in production but also in the warehouse. Inventory warehouses often contain far too many instruments from too many suppliers. This offers the procurement manager considerable cost-cutting potential, as it costs money to maintain material master data for every storage point and every instrument […]

A high performing solution for small spaces

Endress+Hauser has launched a DIN-rail version of its multiparameter controller, Liquiline CM44. Skid builders in particular will find this compact device interesting for cabinet and DIN-rail installations. It is a high performing solution for small spaces. The controller can be mounted on DIN-rails and in cabinets and meets the demands of almost every industry. The […]

Overfill prevention reduces cost

Endress+Hauser’s pre-configured overfill prevention solution package reduces project costs by up to 20% and lowers implementation risk as it is based on a standard approach with repeatable designs. The system was developed together with Rockwell Automation and provides a complete, integrated solution. Devices are pre-integrated, so only on-site parameterising is needed. The whole solution is […]

Reliable, hygienic and compact flow meters

Does the space in your plant limit you to less measuring points? Your time is too valuable to waste with commissioning. Trust the multivariable measuring technology of a reliable flow meter, designed specifically for your hygienic applications. The benefits of using Endress+Hauser’s Proline Promass Coriolis and Promag magnetic flow meters ( the ProlinePromass S 100, ProlinePromag H 100; […]

Preventative maintenance saves plant and the budget

Endress+Hauser’s installed base Audit (IBA) is a comprehensive and supplier-independent audit of the existing instrumentation installed base of a plant or process. The balanced maintenance strategy development methodology has four main steps: Inventory and documentation (database); evaluation (process criticality assignment); asset maintainability assessment (risk of maintainability assessment); recommendations and reporting through consultation with the plant […]

Interface measurement without any reservation

Since distillation products may frequently be mixed with other substances of different density and consistency, the acquisition of aninterface is a common measuring task Inpetrochemical processes. Interfaces are measured at both the refinery and in storage as well as in waste water treatment, e.g. in separators. In the past, displacer systems were frequently used which […]

Towards more reliable temperature measurements

Numerous process conditions such as corrosive gases, turbulence or abrasion reduce the lifespan of various componentsof a thermometer: The simultaneous effect of corrosion and abrasion is often the root cause of measurement failure. For users this means that they frequently need to replace thermocouples at critical measuring points. Such measuring points increase the workload of […]

Temperature probes made from SD75 alloy

Temperature is a critical measurement in waste plant furnaces. The release of harmful emissions is avoided by burning the waste at an optimum temperature. To record the temperature in the furnace accurately, three or more temperature thermowells are inserted into the furnace directly above the flame. Due to the incredibly harsh conditions in the furnace, […]

Economical processes deriving from accurate and robust metrology

by Heinz Häfelfinger, Endress+Hauser, Switzerland The oil and gas industry sometimes still tends to prefer mechanical turbine flowmeters or PD meters over their more modern Coriolis counterparts. However, this preference is unfounded. Please download the pdf