hazardous transport operations/year
avoided, by using our expertise and portfolio reduces risk significantly and creates a major contribution to safety.
Storage and transport of chemicals and other hazardous materials can inevitably carry potential risks. Moreover, history has shown that any accident can not only have economic impacts, but also irreparable consequences on human lives and the natural world. Mitigating such risks through rigorous safety management whilst simultaneously ensuring efficiency and availability is a major challenge for today’s worldwide chemical industry.
From processing to storage of hazardous substances, the comprehensive Endress+Hauser portfolio will support you at every stage in the safety loop system in overcoming the dichotomy between plant efficiency and human and environmental safety.
Certified safety engineers and management systems
Conformant to internationally recognized standards and recommendations: NAMUR, WHG, IP, ASME, NACE, API, IEC 17025, MID, OIML
Internationally accepted Hazardous Area approvals: ATEX, IECEx, FM/CSA, NEPSI, TIIS, INMETRO
State-of-the-art technology featuring functional safety according to IEC 61508 (up to SIL 3)
Uniform operating safety by design concepts for simple and safe operations
Click through these process maps and learn in detail how you can increase safety for chemical containers in storage areas.
Plant safety and productivity are critical topics that require a partner you can trust; one not interested in short-term profits but in developing sustainable relationships. With our 60+ years of experience, including a long history of industry firsts, we have grown with your sector. Our instruments and solutions are developed according to relevant safety standards, ensuring safe storage and transport of chemicals.
of functional safety standard IEC 61508 (quality, safety and reliability) applied.
of your time saved when proof testing the safety instrumented system with an automated overfill prevention system. Considering 4 hrs per tank using the conventional way.
Vibronic point level switches installed in liquids world wide.