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Endress & Hauser Ltd

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M23 9NF
United Kingdom

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Self diagnostics: an enabler for predictive maintenance 15/05/2017
Control Engineering Europe reports on the use of level measurement devices which are able to monitor build up and automatically alert maintenance personnel when cleaning is required. Full Story...

Rockwell and Endress+Hauser open joint test plant 09/11/2016
Rockwell Automation and Endress+Hauser recently opened their first joint test plant in Europe for the validation of new products. Full Story...

The new Promass P Coriolis flowmeter 02/04/2008
For the stringent requirements of the life sciences sector, the new Promass P Coriolis mass flowmeter is claimed to offer the optimum solution. Full Story...

‘Tried and trusted’ meets ‘cutting edge’ 31/03/2008
Endress+Hauser says its new Deltapilot S FMB70 hydrostatic level transmitter is a ‘perfect fusion’ of old and new measurement technology. It retains the best features of the older version, such as the hermetically sealed CONTITE measuring cell, and now has an improved housing design for easy cleaning and extensive diagnostic functions. Full Story...

Analytical instruments for the process industries 31/03/2008
When there is a need to monitor a process variable that extends beyond pressure, flow, temperature, and level, some type of process analyser is involved. There are four categories of analytical instrumentation Full Story...

iDTM unites FDT and EDDL 31/03/2008
The agony of choice! Up to now, those involved in device integration have had a tough time deciding whether to use EDDL (Electronic Device Description Language) or FDT (Field Device Tool). A lot has been written about the two technologies here and in other sources. Full Story...

Making pH sensors more durable 01/11/2007
Manufacturers have learned how to make accurate pH sensors, and keep them in calibration. The trouble is, in harsh conditions they don’t last very long—sometimes, only a few hours. Full Story...

A new maintenance strategy for pH instruments 01/09/2007
Process analytical measurement technology is a significant component of measurement and control technology in chemical plants because it supplies data which are important to product quality and productivity. by Dr. Thomas Steckenreiter (Endress+Hauser), and Dr. Armin Weinig (Lanxess) Full Story...

Standards for Device Integration: FDT/DTM 01/06/2007
Following the article in our last issue (April, 2007) on EDDL technology, we present the device integration technology FDT/DTM. Full Story...