I have now been in the field for more than 25 years and support my customers exclusively in Germany. I have noticed that the measurement technology in the plants is carried out very differently. Just as there are endless variants of Tapas, there are also many different types of measurement technology. As a passionate Tapas connoisseur and with over 30 years of professional experience, I know both areas very well.
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We all know, pressure is one of the most important process parameters, in the field of measurement and control. Pressure measurement under extreme applications are done for enormously high-pressure range. These measurements must be safe and precise, for which we need reliable valves to maintain tight control and regulation at these high pressures.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is getting more and more traction. The IIOT promises to transform processes of the industry. It demands the securing and availability of far higher amounts of data, at far greater speeds. Often the data is moved into cloud for big data processing. Connectivity and scalability are mandatory.
In times of budget cuts and lack of skilled workers, it is all the more important to use the right product solutions in your plant. In my current article I would like to explain the advantages of a close-coupled installation in the area of one of our products, “monoflanges”. That can have a very positive effect on your maintenance and operating work.
As a business owner, your choice of organizational structure is a significant decision that can be rewarding if it matches the culture you want to establish. We all know that a functional organizational structure is crucial to teamwork, efficiency, work morale, culture, balance and growth, and ensures businesses can quickly react when there are changes in the marketplace.
To support users in their proper planning and technical evaluation, I would like to share some information about one less-familiar product in the industry, the chemical injection quill.