Temperature manufacturing facilities opened in Indiana, Michigan
Endress+Hauser opened a 42,000-sq-ft. temperature manufacturing facility in Greenwood, Ind., and have extended their analyzer manufacturing plant in Ann Arbor, Mich., as the company looks to expand their reach in North and South America.
Endress+Hauser’s temperature manufacturing facility in Indiana focuses on the development of temperature measuring devices, recorders, system components, power supplies and temperature calibration services. The latest expansion has enabled the company to dedicate a larger, more state-of-the-art facility to expand capabilities and advancements in sensor technologies and products.
The new facility will develop and manufacture advanced sensor technologies, thermometer mechanics and fabrication, thermowell production, compact thermometers, temperature engineered solutions (TES), iTEMP transmitters, system components and recorders.
The facility was built to be environmentally conscious and is designed and certified to meet LEED standards, along with ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 certifications.
"From a manufacturing standpoint, the building was designed to be modular to adapt to changing expectations and requests that happen within our market of business," said Patrick McGlothlen, general manager, Endress+Hauser.
Kaiser Optical Systems, part of the Endress+Hauser Group since 2013, manufactures Raman spectroscopy devices in Ann Arbor, Mich. The analyzers, which are designed for examining the composition and material characteristics of solids, liquids and gases, are deployed in process and laboratory. Construction of the new Michigan plant took nearly one year and more than doubles the floor space to 8,100 sq-m. (87,000-sq-ft).
– Edited from an Endress+Hauser press release by CFE Media. See more Control Engineering process sensor and actuator stories.