Endress+Hauser has broken ground for its new $28 million Customer Experience Centre for Central and Eastern Canada. When construction of the approximately 47,000 sq ft facility in Burlington, ON, is completed late next year, it will provide customers from Manitoba to Atlantic Canada with a generously equipped, state-of-the-art training and support hub for selecting and familiarizing themselves with the company’s latest innovations for process automation.
Endress+Hauser has introduced a new generation of ISFET sensors made with PEEK (polyetheretherketone) to improve performance in glass-free pH measurement. With the new design, the ISFET sensors — Memosens CPS47D, CPS77D and CPS97D — are said to offer consistent accuracy, maximum product safety, and up to six times greater clean in place (CIP) stability than the previous generation of ISFET sensors.
Endress+Hauser experienced strong growth across all regions, sectors and product areas in 2018. The ongoing digitalization of the industry and positive development on the international markets provided impetus. The group increased sales and profits, invested heavily and created hundreds of jobs worldwide.
Endress+Hauser is offering two universal, device configuration tablet PCs said to provide fast, efficient one-click mobile device configuration and plant asset management in hazardous environments. With the touch-enabled Field Xpert tablet PCs – model SMT77 for Cl. 1 Div. 1 and SMT70 for Cl. 1 Div. 2 – maintenance staff can manage virtually all digitally communicating Endress+Hauser and other field instruments throughout their entire life cycle.
Endress+Hauser Canada will build a new $28 million, Customer Experience Centre a stone’s throw from its current one in Burlington, ON, that will emphasize sustainability throughout while delivering a superior customer and employee experience. The new two-story approximately 47,000 sq ft building endeavours to achieve the LEED Gold certification standard and to function on a net zero carbon and net zero energy basis.
In the Dawson Creek area of British Columbia, a large natural gas resource play has been developed by the Cutbank Ridge Partnership (CRP), a joint venture between Encana Corporation and Cutbank Dawson Gas Resources Ltd, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation.
The number of patents submitted by the Endress+Hauser Group continues to rise. As reported during the annual Innovators’ Meeting held this year in France, the Group submitted 287 initial patents in 2018, a new record. Endress+Hauser owns nearly 7,800 active intellectual property rights worldwide.
Endress+Hauser Canada successfully allied with the United Way last month to ensure the benefits of staff charitable giving and volunteering will assist the communities in which they live.
Burlington, ON-based Endress+Hauser and Westburne have extended the scope of their partnership agreement to include Manitoba. Last year, the electrical distributor became an Endress+Hauser Authorized Channel Partner for Ontario and Saskatchewan.