Endress+Hauser awarded MCERTS certificate

The award follows lab testing and a field test on the effluent from a wastewater treatment works

Endress+Hauser has achieved MCERTS certification for its CM44x analytical transmitter and associated CPS11D pH electrode. The award follows both laboratory testing and a field test on the effluent from a wastewater treatment works.

“We are delighted to have achieved MCERTS certification,” said David Claridge, Business Development Manager for Water and Waste. “It’s proof of Endress+Hauser’s commitment to helping the process industries manage their impact on the environment.”

Memosens digital technology

Memosens digital pH sensor ©Endress+Hauser

The transmitter and electrode utilise the unique Memosens data transmission technology seen across the majority of Endress+Hauser’s analytical range. Now MCERTS installations can benefit from the technology that eliminates the problems of corrosion, leaks and measured value distortion from moisture. Memosens also makes maintenance far easier, reduces downtime and cuts the whole-life cost of the measurement.

Liquiline CM44x multi-parameter transmitter

Liquiline CM44x multi-parameter analytical transmitter ©Endress+Hauser

The Liquiline CM44x is a multi-parameter, multi-channel device that is also utilised in Endress+Hauser’s MCERTS-certified range of automatic and portable samplers. This provides commonality and ease of use across many applications working to MCERTS standards. The CPS11D is a general pH electrode suitable for the majority of applications requiring a certified device, across all industries.