Posts tagged as Endress+Hauser

Multi-parameter interface measurement

Designed specifically for the petrochemical industry, the new Levelflex FMP55 guided wave radar has SensorFusion technology for good guided radar measurement for interface levels with emulsion layers. It combines the level monitoring capabilities of capacitance level measurement with guided radar continuous monitoring in a single instrument to provide accurate, interface level and overall level measurement. […]

Capacitance interface measurement

Liquicap FMI51/52M capacitance devices offer tried and tested interface level measurement in applications that have clear or emulsive liquid-to-liquid interface levels (where the dielectric constants between the two liquids is greater than 10). Benefits include: tried and tested instrumentation; no wet calibration required; unaffected by the density of the medium; usable with emulsion layers; ideal for […]

Guided wave radar interface measurement

The new Levelflex FMP51/52/54 range of guided wave radars are described as being ideal for use in the petrochemical industry and offering an excellent price-performance ratio. Severe conditions are not a problem as the sensors handle low/high pressures (vacuum up to 400 bar), low/high temperatures (-200 up to +450°C) and corrosive or abrasive materials. The […]

Wireless

Important process and diagnosis information is often stranded in an instrument: inaccessible, unused and ultimately, worthless. This valuable data can now be unlocked by using Endress+Hauser’s WirelessHart solutions, allowing users to make a quantum leap in plant availability and transparency. The use of WirelessHart communication in process plants allow the user to benefit from its […]

Virtually eliminating I/O mapping

After a 10-year collaboration with Saudi Arabian sales company Anasia (Abudawood Group), Endress+Hauser will establish a joint venture to seal the partnership and intensify the local market presence. The new Endress+Hauser sales centre, Endress+Hauser Arabia LLC, is a joint venture between the Endress+Hauser Group and Anasia, sister company to the Abudawood Group. Both compa-nies have […]