2006 – Part of the KROHNE family

Felix Brakl (middle), Managing Director of INOR with Michael Dubbick (left) and Stephan Neuburger (right), Managing Directors of KROHNE in 2006.
KROHNE acquires INOR

In 2006 INOR was acquired by the KROHNE Group. The product portfolio and temperature measurement competence was exactly what KROHNE was looking for to further expand their portfolio of high-quality process instruments. The development of INOR has since then been focused on further expansion of the product portfolio and globalising the offer. An example of this is the delivery to the Solana solar plant in Arizona, USA where more than 1,100 measuring points and several unique special sensors and multi points were supplied by INOR. The order included 1,148 OPTITEMP TT 51 transmitters, a HART® transmitter with SIL2 approvals.

Learn more about the OPTITEMP TT 51 temperature transmitter

The OPTITEMP TT 51 Microsite gives you all the details about the dual-input programmable HART® temperature transmitter series with sensor drift recognition incl. all technical details.

OPTITEMP TT 51 Microsite

Whether it’s reliable temperature measurement in steam pipelines at power plants or the exact determination of process temperatures in chemical plants, KROHNE temperature assemblies are as versatile as the requirements and specific applications of our customers need them to be. Some of these applications have been summarised to application reports and notes.

Explore the OPTITEMP product family

The OPTITEMP WebApp gives you a brief overview about KROHNE’s complete temperature product portfolio. Check each products highlights, technical data and range of application.

OPTITEMP product family WebApp