KSB puts pumps into the Internet of Things

At this year’s Achema, KSB is presenting a new pump monitoring system called KSB Guard. Networked vibration and temperature sensors fitted directly to the pump...

More than two million installed electromagnetic flowmeters

After extensive market and competitive research, the market research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan honored Endress+Hauser with the Global Market Leadership Award. The company...

2017- a solid year for Endress+Hauser

In its preliminary financial figures for 2017, Endress+Hauser reported a broadly supported growth in sales, solid profitability and a marked increase in employment. The...

Systematic flow metering – instrumentation for water supply in desert region

Aguas de Saltillo, the water utility company which serves the city of Saltillo in Mexico, is responsible for supplying drinking water to a population...

Further growth for Endress+Hauser in China

Only five years after the most recent expansion in China, the Endress+Hauser Group has once again increased production capacity with a third plant in...

Graphical user interface for dosing pumps

The German micro-pump manufacturer HNP Mikrosysteme is introducing the mzr-Touch Control as a new possibility to control micro annular gear pumps (mzr-pumps) via a...

Endress+Hauser opens of a modern office building in Santiago

Endress+Hauser has invested five million euros in a new building in Chile. The 2,300 m² facility contains modern office space, an auditorium, conference rooms,...

Monitor your pump online – at any time, at any place

The generation of maintainers who check the condition of pumps on a daily basis by listening and touching the equipment is dying out. Nevertheless,...

Endress+Hauser receives the Swiss Technology Award for flowmeter

With the Promass Q, Endress+Hauser has won the Swiss Technology Award in the Innovation Leaders category. The Coriolis-based flowmeter, developed especially for applications in...

What will the pump of the future look like?

Few components in plant and equipment engineering are as steeped in tradition as the pump. But how does this fit in with the age...