Measuring, positioning, recording and controlling are key parameters for all industrial processes. Thus, top priorities for process instruments are achieving high levels of precision and absolute reliability. Process instrumentation from Siemens satisfies these demands and provides an efficient means to increase plant efficiency and improve product quality.
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Our comprehensive process instrumentation portfolio offers best-in-class transmitters for the widest range of applications. Whether you want to measure pressure, temperature, flow or level, we offer a unique portfolio of process instruments. To complement our range, we also offer electropneumatic positioners, process controllers and process recorders.
Opdenhoff Technologie GmbH specializes among other things in the development of solutions for industrial processes which involve collaborative robotics. The company combines in-house software solutions with components supplied by partners in the automation industry. For smaller mixing, dosing and weighing operations, Opdenhoff uses the Siemens Siwarex product portfolio and Simatic automation systems for communication with the robots. More
Combining the new Sitrans FST030 transmitter with dependable Sitrans FSS200 clamp-on sensors, Siemens is launching the next generation of digital clamp-on ultrasonic flow measurement technology: the Sitrans FS230. The new flow system with high accuracy and noise immunity is suitable for a broad array of industries requiring high-quality liquid flow measurement, including water and wastewater, power, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and chemical.
In the Sitrans TO500, Siemens is putting an innovative measuring system for fiberoptic temperature measurement onto the market. It enables complex temperature measurements and detection of the precise position of critical overtemperatures, for example in tube and tube-bundle reactors.
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