Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Endress+Hauser Offers Bespoke Sensor Solutions

Endress+Hauser has announced that it has a wealth of experience in the design and manufacture of industrial temperature sensors and bespoke engineered solutions. The company claims that key personnel offer more than 25 years of experience in the oil and gas market and are familiar with all aspects of temperature probe design and manufacturing techniques.

Endress+Hauser is accredited to ISO 9001 and its quality management system scope of supply covers 'the design of thermowells and industrial temperature measurement sensors'. The company's awareness of design standards, material selection and limitations, jointing techniques and welding qualifications is said to ensure that designs can be verified or modified to suit individual application requirements, supported by design calculations, wake frequency calculations and design drawings.

Endress+Hauser said its ability to handle bespoke work or project quantities with full documentation and project management facilities is recognised as a benefit by existing customers. The company has extensive manufacturing facilities within its temperature manufacturing process, including CNC machines and a dual spindle, deep hole drilling machine, together with a number of welding sets. All welders are qualified to ASME IX, EN 288 and Norsok M-601 for a range of materials up to 50mm thick, including stainless steel, duplex, super duplex, 6 MO, inconel and more.

Additional testing facilities are available, including hydrostatic pressure testing up to 18,000lb/in2, together with non-destructive testing in the form of radiography, dye penetrant inspection, ultrasonic examination and magnetic particle inspection. Positive material identification is available onsite using either a metascope or XRF spectrometer.

Endress+Hauser's product basket contains all equipment associated with industrial temperature measurement from sensors including RTDs and thermocouples, through fabricated or solid drilled thermowells to head-mounted or field-mounted transmitters. The company said it specialises in the design and manufacture of multipoint assemblies and tubeskin thermocouples.

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