Endress+Hauser has traveled a long road in growing its U.S. business from its humble beginnings in the 1970s to where it stands now as the company’s largest market outside of Germany. The following timeline provides a sense of just how far E+H U.S. has come.
Emerson Process Management has launched a series of six brief videos entitled Temperature Insights to help engineers, technicians, operators and managers better understand and implement temperature measurement technology.
The thermowell standard does not accommodate all thermowell designs.
A digest of March 2014 business news & notes from around the fluid handling industry.
The following Q&A aims to provide some added perspective on what E+H's manufacturing expansion here in the States says about it's North American business now and going forward.
The event marked the official debut of an 85,000 sq.ft. expansion of Endress+Hauser's U.S. flow engineering plant, as well as a brand new 105,000 sq.ft. level and pressure instrumentation manufacturing facility.
Classes typically are a combination of classroom and hands-on training on either a full-scale, working process skid with on-line instrumentation and controls or live instruments in training stands.
In a coal pulverizing line there are billions of coal particles that collide with a hard-faced thermowell at high velocity resulting in a phenomenon commonly referred to as solid particle erosion (SPE). Here we examine an attempted solution to this problem.