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Endress+Hauser brought its process instrumentation expertise to the U.S. in 1970, and currently manufactures flow, level, pressure, and temperature measurement products in Greenwood, Indiana, and analytical products in Anaheim, California.  More than 90% of all Endress+Hauser instruments ordered and shipped within the U.S. are manufactured in the U.S.  This strong manufacturing base is complimented by a complete network of Sales and Service locations to support your products wherever they are installed. To support your project needs, engineering and project management services are also available. 

Between the years of 2012-2014, Endress+Hauser will invest over $40 million in U.S. operations, further expanding the Greenwood campus.  What does this added manufacturing mean for you? When you are experiencing downtime in production because you need a new product, we will be there to get you back up and running – quickly.  When a device fails, we understand that every minute your production is down is costing you money and that standard delivery times may not be sufficient. That is why we offer you a select group of standard products that will ship within 48 hours of order time – at times shipping to you the same day. We also provide you with around the clock service support through our telephone help line.

Endress+Hauser is also one of the pioneers in fieldbus technology and plays a leading part in the implementation of HART®, PROFIBUS, FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus, and Ethernet/IP technology worldwide.  Apart from field instruments, we offer network components, registration technology, automation, and visualization platforms in hardware and software, as well as systems for the asset management of components and plants.  Let us be your complete process automation solution.





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