Endress+Hauser

Power Plant Measuring Instrumentation

Endress+Hauser is a leading supplier of instrumentation, services and solutions to the power generation industry in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

The company offers comprehensive expertise and has a proven track record in all types of power generation, from the latest high-efficiency supercritical power plants to cutting-edge renewable energy solutions in solar, hydro, waste-to-energy and biomass.

Measurement and monitoring solutions for power plants

Whether the client's power plant serves the needs of ordinary homes, hospitals or factory production lines, it must provide reliable and safe power, while still being profitable. Endress+Hauser brings precision and safety to power plants all over the world.

The company can support the following applications:

  • Monitoring the start-up / support burner
  • Volume measurement in desalination
  • Control of raw water supply
  • Water volumes in the circulating cooling water system
  • pH and density measurement in desulphurisation
  • Quality control in the water / steam system
  • Conductivity, oxygen and temperature measurement
  • Data acquisition
  • Level measurement in the water / steam system
  • dp level / dp flow in the water / steam system
  • Pressure measurement in the water / steam system
  • Level measurement in the lime silo, ammonia tank and in coal
  • Leakage detection at the generator
  • Monitoring the lubrication circuit
  • Flue-gas flow-rate
  • Point level detection at the electrostatic precipitator

Comprehensive support services for power applications

As the industry shifts towards natural gas, renewables and the new market dynamics driven by shale gas, Endress+Hauser's mission is to provide the all-round support and experience needed by clients.

Support includes boosting safety standards for staff and the capacity to meet the ever-increasing environmental demands for flue gas cleaning processes, covering selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalysts for reducing nitrogen oxide, electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) for particle separation, and limestone scrubbing services for desulphurisation.

Solutions from Endress+Hauser's meet application requirements and industry quality standards.

Maintenance and safety for balance of power plant equipment and turbines

Endress+Hauser deploys the best-practice field devices for balance of plant (BoP) equipment and turbine / boiler islands.

Safety is about prevention, so choosing the right instrumentation is crucial to alert you to possible dangers to your people, plant and performance.

Experienced engineers are now hard to find. Endress+Hauser not only provides precision instrumentation, it is an expert partner supporting clients from concept design right through to commissioning.

About Endress+Hauser

Endress+Hauser formed in 1953 through a partnership between Swiss engineer Georg H Endress and German bank manager Ludwig Hauser.

From the company's humble beginnings of operating from a room in Hauser's apartment in Lörrach, Germany, the company now has subsidiaries working on six continents and a worldwide workforce of than 12,000 personnel, covering production, services, and sales.

Contact Details

Endress+Hauser Holding AG
Kägenstrasse 7
CH- 4153 Reinach/BL
Switzerland
+41 61 715 7700
+41 61 715 7701
info@ii.endress.com
www.endress.com

Available White Papers

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Radar Level Measurement in High-Temperature and Pressure Applications 10 May 2017 Radar technology in general has been introduced to the process industry as being a measurement technology using high-frequency electromagnetic waves that are not being influenced by the gas phase it travels through and the temperature and pressure conditions in process vessels.

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Measurement and Control Aspect of pH using Inductively Coupled Bidirectional Memosens Technology in Flue Gas Desulphurisation Process 09 May 2017 pH measurement and control in a power utility is an integral part of process. One of the main externalities of generating power is SO2, which requires efficient lime scrubbers.