Endress+Hauser News & Articles

Endress+Hauser announces Online Process Instrumentation Training

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Through its online training modules that cover theory and concepts, the End User Academy (EUA) gives field technicians the preparation needed to successfully begin on-site and classroom training.

Endress+Hauser rewards its instrument inventors

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Four instrumentation inventors won Patent Rights Incentive Awards, each worth 15,000 euros.

Endress+Hauser signs Vector CAG as representative in Gulf Region

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Vector Controls and Automation Group (CAG) is a newly formed representative partnership consisting of five representative organizations that merged in March 2013.

Endress+Hauser expands in Indonesia

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Grama Bazita, its long-time sales partner in Jakarta, will join the Endress+Hauser Group as an independent E+H company.

Endress+Hauser Introduces Operations App

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The free app provides mobile access to information about Endress+Hauser instruments, such as operating instructions and technical details, from a smart phone and other mobile devices.

Endress+Hauser buys part of CompuCal Calibration Solutions

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E+H acquired a minority share in Irish company CompuCal Calibration Solutions (CCS).

Endress+Hauser acquires SpectraSensors

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SpectraSensors in Houston, Texas, develops, manufactures and distributes laser-based gas analytical instrumentation.

Endress+Hauser joins ODVA as principal member

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Endress+Hauser will become a principal member, joining Bosch Rexroth, Cisco Systems, Rockwell Automation, Omron and Schneider Electric.

Endress+Hauser Releases White Paper Showing How to Maintain pH Sensors

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Automation.com, March 2012
By Fred Kohlmann, Endress+Hauser
White paper describes when and how to inspect, clean and calibrate pH sensors-including a complete decision tree diagram that outlines all necessary steps.

Using Guided Wave Radar in Steam loops

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Automation.com, March 2012
By Keith Riley and Ravi Jethra, Endress+Hauser
White paper addresses the application of Guided Wave Radar to measure level in steam loops, including discussions of how this technology functions and differs from more traditional forms of level indication.