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Endress+Hauser

Turbidity Sensor

Endress+Hauser introduces the Turbimax CUS52D turbidity sensor for process water filtration and other industrial process turbidity conditions.
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Challenges for some, opportunities for others

Endress + Hauser bets on a growing U.S. economy; services growth a response to changing industry demographics
“Information and energy” are why things will be looking pretty darn good the next several years for North American economies, the process industries and IT-based automation and instrumentation markets.
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Instrument chemical tanks to protect our water

Leaking or overfilled tanks can cause environmental problems, contaminate drinking water and cost a company millions of dollars
Our water supply is in jeopardy of contamination from storage- and processing-tank leaks and overfills at chemical, petroleum and water/wastewater facilities.
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Maintain level instrument safety; understand the associated costs

Validating level-instrument safety function requires regular proof-testing. Testing confirms integrity of the level-measurement loop portion and maintains average probability of failure on demand (PFD average) within acceptable limits. Without testing, this value will increase to a point where the instrument no longer meets SIL requirements.
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If asked, can you say how well your pumps perform?

A pump not equipped with the means to measure flow, pressure or power is inherently inefficient
Pumps of all sizes are used throughout the process industries to transfer a wide range of fluids. Along with proper pump selection and installation, it’s also important to have the information on hand needed to protect a pump and operate it efficiently.
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Level Switch for Liquids

Designed for hygienic processes, the FTW33 meets FDA requirements as well as 3A Sanitary Standard Number 74. It can be used in pipes and in storage, mixing and process vessels, with or without an agitator.
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