Emerson Asia Flow Center Adds Engineering and Development

by | Apr 26, 2011 | Measurement Instrumentation, Technologies

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Over at the Emerson Flow blog (English translation), Major Chu shares his thoughts and a picture on the new Engineering and Development Center in Nanjing, China. From the press release:

Emerson Asian Flow Technology Center
The new Engineering and Development Center expands the scope of Emerson’s Nanjing campus which already operates as the Asian regional production, distribution hub, and ISO17025 accredited calibration center for Emerson Process Management’s leading flow metering and measurement technologies. Engineering and development capabilities being added to the facility will include sensor and electronics design, multi-fluid application testing, environmental testing and analysis, and modeling capabilities for Micro Motion® Coriolis flow and density meters, Rosemount® vortex and magnetic flowmeters, and Daniel™ ultrasonic and differential pressure flowmeters.

Here’s a video showing the Asia Flow Technology Center:

The video is also available in the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages.

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