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ACHEMA 2024: More sustainable and data-driven

Endress+Hauser will provide a comprehensive overview of measurement technology and industry solutions for the chemical and life sciences industry

Publication date: 24.04.2024

Cost savings, increased efficiency, sustainability and risk minimization – how do you overcome the major challenges facing the process industry? According to the motto "Sustainable Partner, Sustainable Success", Endress+Hauser will provide a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art measurement technology for the chemical and life sciences industry and present practical industry solutions at ACHEMA from June 10 to 14, 2024

Plant and supply security, maintaining competitiveness when switching to new energy sources, digitalization pressure and faster product development times – the list of challenges is long.

"This makes it all the more important for the process industry to bring innovation and practice together and show how measurement technology can help to comply with the strictest safety standards while increasing efficiency and profitability," says Andreas Leppert, Industry Manager Chemical & Oil at Endress+Hauser Germany. The focus here is on supporting the optimization of CO2 emissions as well as progressive digitalization, which must also play a much greater role in plant operation.

Recognize and reduce risks 

Malfunctions in process plants can have serious consequences for the environment, people and machinery. The more complex the plant, the greater the risk of safety-relevant malfunctions. In the chemical & oil and life sciences sectors in particular, the process environment also harbors considerable risks: For example, the measurement technology used must not only withstand extreme corrosion or temperature, it must also guarantee safety in potentially explosive areas.

At ACHEMA, Endress+Hauser will be presenting SIL-certified measuring devices and intelligent testing concepts that systematically reduce safety risks. This also includes the pioneering Heartbeat Technology diagnostic and testing concept. "Our measuring devices think for themselves, monitor themselves and help to rectify malfunctions in record time with precise instructions.

In this way, we create the basis for turning data and documents into economic success by reliably and safely achieving maximum system performance," says Andreas Leppert.

Act sustainably

At ACHEMA, Endress+Hauser is also focusing on the topic of sustainability. As a partner to the process industry, the company helps its customers to become climate-neutral and offers the necessary measurement technology, solutions and services. The transparent recording of captured CO2 , as well as the direct and indirect reduction and avoidance of CO2 through the optimization of measurement technology play a key role in this.

The basis for decarbonization is digitalization: without valid data, many applications in the field of decarbonization cannot be used and monitored sustainably. At the trade show, Endress+Hauser will be showcasing modern solutions for the process and automation industry that will be decisive for future developments. The possibilities for digitalization with software solutions from Endress+Hauser form the basis for sustainable action.

Increase efficiency 

However, digitalization not only contributes to greater sustainability, but also promotes increased efficiency. This requires intelligent, seamlessly networked measurement technology: "The networking of field devices offers great potential for improving system performance. However, 97% of field data has so far remained unused," says Andreas Leppert.

Thanks to Ethernet Advanced Physical Layer (APL), it is now possible for devices in the process industry to communicate with each other at high speed and over distances of up to 1,000 m. "We want to show on site that Ethernet APL is a key technology that closes the gap in the automation pyramid towards the field level and thus opens doors for more efficient processes," continues Leppert.

At the trade show, Endress+Hauser will also be demonstrating how existing data streams can be optimally utilized using digital twins. In addition, a variety of inline calibration services offer customers support in always keeping their systems in top condition, thus reducing the need for maintenance, and extending calibration intervals in the future.

Digital interfaces enable seamless integration of the calibration data into the production or process control system, which enables real-time monitoring and adjustment of the measuring devices. This increases efficiency, reduces production downtime, and improves the accuracy of measurements.

"We not only want to show what is possible in the future with the help of digitalization, but also what action can be taken now to make the industry safer – and therefore more efficient and sustainable," says Dr. Markus Heiny, Industry Manager Life Sciences at Endress+Hauser Germany.

Reduce costs

Endress+Hauser offers the complete range of services for process automation – from comprehensive field instrumentation to automation solutions and attractive life cycle management. The company will also be presenting its "My Endress+Hauser" platform at the trade show so that customers do not lose track of their prices, transactions and data and instead manage them sensibly.

The new functionalities transform the tool into an intelligent and powerful cooperation platform that connects customers directly with Endress+Hauser and its network of sales representatives. A personalized area also makes it possible to trade within minutes, buy products, order spare parts and access key contacts anywhere, anytime. 

We look forward to welcoming all visitors in Hall 11.1 / Stand C27 and on the live stages within the comprehensive congress program.   . 

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