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Emerson Opens Gas Analysis Solutions Center

The opening of Emerson’s new Gas Analysis Solutions Center in Cumbernauld, Scotland. Left to right: Phillip Bond, vice president of Emerson’s measurement solutions business in Europe; Kelly Klein, vice president and general manager of Emerson’s Rosemount analytical and detection business; Jon Stokes, group president of Emerson’s measurement solutions business; Jason Stokes, site director of Emerson’s Gas Analysis Solutions Center; Beth Clark, vice president of human resources for Emerson’s measurement solutions business; Iain Howieson, vice president and general manager of Emerson’s Rosemount gas analysis business.

SHAKOPEE, Minn. Emerson has announced the opening of a facility in Cumbernauld, Scotland, equipped with engineering, development and manufacturing resources for sensor, mechanical, electronics and software design for the company’s gas analysis portfolio. Spurred by demand to reduce the environmental impact of industrial process facilities, the new gas analysis solutions center will produce more than 10 different sensing technologies that can measure more than 60 different gas components, delivering on Emerson’s commitment to supporting customers’ decarbonization efforts.

As a global hub for the production and distribution of gas sensing technologies, the 62,000-square-foot facility will engineer and manufacture Emerson’s Rosemount™ continuous gas analyzers and gas chromatographs, which are used to improve emissions monitoring, plant safety, quality control and operational efficiency. These tools are critical to helping process plants meet increasingly stringent environmental regulations and ensuring process control in hydrogen, biofuel, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and aerosol manufacturing, as well as reducing waste and scrappage to foster sustainability.

“The mission of our new gas analysis solutions center is to support industrial manufacturers in achieving their decarbonization and environmental sustainability goals, including the deployment of low-carbon fuels and power sources, reducing emissions and decreasing waste,” said Jon Stokes, group president of Emerson’s measurement solutions business. “It’s the latest addition to our investment in innovation that will help to achieve a more sustainable future.”

The center includes a training space and offers training options for customers, including classroom, onsite and web-based courses, giving Emerson greater ability to demonstrate how the latest gas analysis technologies can help customers run their operations reliably, safely and efficiently. It is certified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and complements Emerson’s global network of facilities certified by ISO standards for quality, occupational health and safety, and environmental management systems.

The facility is also equipped with a gas extraction system, an environmental chamber and an external gas storage to facilitate gas analyzer testing and application research and development. Combined with calibration capabilities, a dedicated area for performing factory acceptance testing, and a customer collaboration space, these capabilities will help assure product performance and integrity and streamline the customer experience.

For more information on Emerson’s gas analysis technologies, please visit Emerson.com/RosemountGasAnalysis.

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