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Endress+Hauser at drinktec 2017
Numerous product innovations at the world's leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry
100% compliance, 0% effort
At drinktec 2017, Endress+Hauser will present its new thermometer featuring one-of-a-kind, self-calibrating sensor technology. The hygienic iTHERM TrustSens thermometer is designed for customers in the life sciences and food & beverage industries who require 100% compliance with FDA and GMP regulations. The new thermometer offers a high level of process reliability and system availability through permanent inline self-calibration, thus eliminating the risk of non-compliance during production.
Picomag – pocket-size intelligent and robust flow measurements
In addition to the new Proline 300/500 flow measurement device range featuring wireless connectivity for IIoT applications, Heartbeat Technology, a food safety concept and HistoROM data management, Endress+Hauser will introduce an additional instrument highlight. The new Picomag is an electromagnetic flow measurement system with intuitive operation thanks to an IO-link and Bluetooth technology. The multivariable flow and temperature monitoring make it particularly suitable for production processes in the food & beverage industry.
Heartbeat Technology – taking the pulse of your measurement
To ensure safe and reproducible end products around the clock, there is a need for faster and easier monitoring of measurement devices, particularly in the food & beverage industry. HACCP concepts and the IFS Food standard version 6 both stipulate the requirement to verify and document measurement points in defined intervals. Heartbeat is the first technology to make it possible to fully comply with these requirements for flow, level and temperature measurement points at a high level of quality - in situ and without system downtime.
Visit the People for Process Automation in hall A3, booth 322, and experience these innovations first hand. We look forward to some interesting discussions!
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