Endress+Hauser (E+H) has expanded its production facilities in the United States. The Raman analyzer manufacturing plant in Ann Arbor, Michigan underwent a $9 million extension. And, in Greenwood, Indiana, it built a new $8 million plant for temperature measurement production.
Kaiser Optical Systems, part of the E+H Group since 2013, manufactures Raman spectroscopy devices in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The analyzers, which are designed for examining the composition and material characteristics of solids, liquids and gases, are deployed in process and laboratory. According to E+H, its strategy involves the employment of advanced analytical engineering in process applications and supporting customers in lab and process.
Construction of the $9 million plant took nearly one year and more than doubles the floor space to 87,000 square feet.
In Greenwood, Indiana, E+H has manufactured temperature measurement technology and system products since 2008. The facility also acts as its U.S. sales center headquarters. The company has invested more than $8 million in a 42,000-square-foot production facility. The new plant will produce sensor elements, thermometers and thermowells as well as transmitters, system components and recorders.