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Endress+Hauser redesigned the measurement of wastewater generated by Kupariteollisuuspuisto

The operators of the Kupariteollisuuspuisto industrial park in Pori wished to develop the measurement technology used to sample the wastewater generated by the area. However, the cooperation with Endress+Hauser proved even more fruitful, as it produced a solution that makes use of self-measuring devices and cloud services to provide benefits to operators and the environment alike.

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Redesign of the measurement system in Kupariteollisuuspuisto

  • The cooperation with Kupariteollisuuspuisto expanded from equipment purchases to comprehensive development of the measurement system and data management

  • This project combines Endress+Hauser’s measurement and project expertise, management of the subcontracting chains, and digital solutions

The Kupariteollisuuspuisto industrial park in Pori is home to many leading Finnish and international metal industry and technology companies as well as some 1,400 skilled workers in the industry. The cooperation between Kupariteollisuuspuisto and Endress+Hauser kicked off in spring 2021, when the industrial company Luvata decided to develop its sampling process.

“Everything started from the need to replace the sampling equipment. However, Endress+Hauser’s experts made us realize that there is even more potential for development in the process,” says Real Estate Manager Kristian Lehtonen from Luvata.

“In the preliminary design phase, we conducted a broad survey of the needs and wishes for the site and concluded that, instead of making a superficial change, we wanted to offer an automated and reliable solution genuinely beneficial to the client,” says Endress+Hauser’s Tomi Metsä-Keisteri, who was the project manager and principal designer for the site.

Endress+Hauser’s proposal was received well, and the cooperation expanded to cover five operators in the area and their shared wastewater management process. After the design phase, the redesign process progressed quickly. The installations were carried out in summer 2021 and the documentation was provided to the client in November.