SOUTH AFRICA – Endress+Hauser a global leader in measurement and automation technology for process and laboratory applications, has introduced ready to use water analysis panels, to ensure water monitoring is undertaken with minimum effort and has maximum reliability.
The new CDP50 water analysis panel portfolio is specially designed for operators of municipal Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP), drinking water and industrial plants, to benefit from quick installation, state-of the-art instruments on the panels, as well as foolproof operation.
According to the company, the panels can measure turbidity, pH, ORP, conductivity, oxygen, chlorine as well as SAC easily on a single panel, taking advantage of Memosens technology.
With this, operators can save valuable working time and att the same time, these complete solutions take up very little space in the plant.
“The highlight of this solution portfolio is our seamless way to customize the panels according to our customers’ requirements: it is robust, water-saving, and easy to maintain,” highlighted Endress+Hauser on a press-release.
The water analysis panel is completely ready-to-use and includes all components from sample preparation to the transfer of data to higher-level systems.
This allows seamless integration into existing communication networks, such as Profibus DP, Modbus TCP/IP, as well as remote monitoring via web server and a cloud connection.
“It’s then simply a matter of connecting the panel and it’s ready to go,” stated the company.
“The highlight of this solution portfolio is our seamless way to customize the panels according to our customers’ requirements: it is robust, water-saving, and easy to maintain.”Endress+Hauser
The user-friendly Memosens and Liquiline platform, on which all panels are based, requires significantly less specialized knowledge on the part of personnel, as do the sensor diagnostic functions, which are enabled by integrated Heartbeat Technology.
This enables status-oriented maintenance and easy inspection of the entire measuring point.
In addition, plant operators are also well equipped to cope with increasing requirements.
This is because the panels can be easily extended to include, for example, the measuring parameters ammonium, phosphate, nitrate as well as total chlorine, free chlorine and bromine.
Meanwhile, Endress+Hauser has welcomed Rotork to its Open Integration partner program, who will enable them to drive digitalization towards customer value.
Rotork is a market-leading global provider of mission-critical flow control and instrumentation solutions for oil and gas, water and wastewater, power, chemical, process and industrial (CPI) applications.
Rotork helps customers around the world to increase operational efficiency, reduce environmental impacts, improve product quality and provide safer working environments.
“Having Rotork join our partner program provides us with additional expertise in actuators, instrumentation and the larger flow control market.
“We will exploit this potential together with all of our Open Integration partners giving our customers freedom of choice,” said Jörg Reinkensmeier, Marketing Manager at Endress+Hauser.
The Open Integration cooperation partners test and document the integration of their offerings and how digitalization may be fully utilized within typical process automation applications.
Users benefit in two ways by being able to combine the best of breed products for their plant operation as well as fast and smooth commissioning.
Automation technology suppliers value the advantages of the Open Integration program as well, as they can ensure fine tuning of the combined offering well in advance of installing and commissioning at customer’s sites.
13 companies have joined Endress+Hauser’s partner program. Members are renown suppliers of control technology, fieldbus infrastructure, measurement technology or actuator technology like Auma Riester, Bürkert, Festo, Flowserve, Hima Paul Hildebrandt, Honeywell Process Solutions, Pepperl+Fuchs, Phoenix Contact, Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Softing Industrial Automation, Turck and since the beginning of 2021 Rotork.
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