Great question with a crystal-clear answer! My favorite. Most companies divide their portfolios into segments, with specific devices for each segment. Endress+Hauser does this too, and all of them do it to meet the requirements of each industry that needs their devices. So that’s the background to the difference between Promag 400 and 100.
In this case, Endress+Hauser aligns the specs of Promag 100 for the food and beverage industry. That’s because its compact design and hygienic connections make it ideal for processing products made for human consumption.
On the other hand, the Promag 400 meets a completely different set of standards, those for the water & wastewater industry. So you can guess what sort of differences you might find between this industry and the food and beverage segment.
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