Endress+Hauser will provide complete liquefied natural gas (LNG) tank gauging systems to projects in the Gulf Coast to ensure accuracy, safety and reliability.
To increase plant availability and reduce costs, use smart instruments for diagnostics and verification without process interruption, providing predictive maintenance for the process.
Endress+Hauser reported strong growth in 2018 and positive projected growth for 2019 thanks to process automation sector sales in the U.S.
The 80GHz Micropilot FMR6x free space radar level instrument is suitable for use in tanks or silos with complex geometries, obstacles, baffles and/or nozzles
SAP and Endress+Hauser will intensify their cooperation in the development of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications for the process industry by integrating Endress+Hauser field instruments as digital twins into the SAP cloud platform.
This white paper discusses how modern instrumentation solves problems with measuring level and flow in crude oil separators.
Endress+Hauser announced partnerships with Angus Measurement Services, TechnipFMC, and its sales and service representative, Vector Controls to inform and better prepare the oil and gas industry for continuing digitization.
The Promass Coriolis flowmeters are designed for measuring flows up to 100,000-tons per day. The Promag flowmeters are designed for volume flows up to 634-milion gallons per day.
Memosens four-electrode sensor measures conductivity and temperature in pharmaceutical, food and life sciences applications requiring hygienic operation.
The Liquiline CM44P can measure 16 different parameters from 6 analytical sensors simultaneously, simplifying monitoring of processes such as chromatography, fermentation, phase separation and filtration.
Endress+Hauser has launched its new generation of Micropilot 80 GHz radar sensors: FMR60B, FMR62B, FMR63B, FMR66B and FMR67B. The new generation provides solutions across all industries and applications. The sensors are suited for challenges when measuring points aren’t easily accessible, located in dusty areas and harsh environments with extreme process temperatures and process conditions.
Endress+Hauser expanded its on-site calibration offerings by adding three additional mobile calibration rigs to the existing fleet, making a total of 19 rigs that service Endress+Hauser and third-party instrumentation including flow, pressure, and temperature. All Endress+Hauser authorized sales and service representatives across the U.S. are equipped with mobile calibration capabilities, with over 60 trained and certified calibration technicians.Flexibility that provides customer-driven solutions “Endress+Hauser’s network of experienced and certified technicians, along with our mobile rigs, enable our customers to work with a local partner who knows you and what you need,” said Lory Stobart, National Service Operations Manager, Endress+Hauser.