Overfill prevention processes (OPPs) act as a subset of the safety management system (SMS) that companies use to maintain the health of their workers and equipment. SMS, broadly defined, encompasses all the safety concerns for any processes, equipment, and systems within an organization or facility....Read More
The team at Endress+Hauser is excited to announce that we’re overhauling our website to make it more responsive, user-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing. This means it’ll soon be easier than ever to access our product information, documentation, educational content, and more....Read More
Chlorine dioxide is a chemical compound that appears as a red-to-yellowish-green gas at room temperature. It readily dissolves in water and is typically used as a disinfecting agent, especially in the water treatment industry. However, excessive amounts of chlorine dioxide in potable water supplies can be harmful to consumers. Therefore, compliance with water quality industry standards is of utmost importance.
Endress+Hauser’s Memosens CCS50D is a durable, low maintenance sensor specifically designed to ensure safe and efficient dosages of chlorine dioxide in almost any industrial application. Memosens technology works by converting the measured chlorine dioxide level and converting it to a digital signal which is then transferred inductively to a transmitter.
Calibration of measurement instruments is essential to ensuring that the device performs as per its original specifications, thus avoiding measurement inaccuracy and guaranteeing reliable and repeatable results. The process of calibration typically involves verifying, or configuring the performance of an instrument by using it to test samples of one or more known values.
In the life sciences field, regulatory authorities have imposed strict guidelines on the calibration and verification of measurement devices. Typically, compliance is required to be checked at all stages of the drug development process from process development to large-scale manufacturing. Different sensors used at each phase of the process require separate calibration procedures and records.
However, technological advancements in modern measurement instruments have made it possible to use the same apparatus at all stages of the development process – simplifying regulatory record-keeping and facilitating ease of calibration, compliance, and verification.
Endress+Hauser is pleased to announce that the 5th Annual Community Career+Education Forum (CCEF) will be held on Thursday, September 20, 2018, from 5:30–8:30 p.m. During this event, middle school students will have the opportunity to learn about the exciting opportunities available in advanced manufacturing from various professionals in the field....Read More
Endress+Hauser has entered into a collaborative partnership with SAP as we work to bring our extensive catalog of field measurement instrumentation online and into the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Endress+Hausers’s wide range of solutions combined with SAP’s cloud technology platform will assist our customers with the successful digitalization of their operations....Read More
Whether it’s because of the materials, equipment, or tasks involved, most industrial processes carry some element of risk. To minimize the likelihood of accidents and disruptions on the job, process managers must anticipate these risks and implement appropriate preventative strategies where necessary....Read More