Endress and Hauser's Memograph.
The new Memograph visual data manager from Endress and Hauser Hauser is a surname and may refer to:
Display is not always enough and 'trending' has become more important as various authorities are insisting on reliable incorruptible in·cor·rupt·i·ble
1. Incapable of being morally corrupted.
2. Not subject to corruption or decay.
in data for reasons of environmental protection, pollution control and plant safety.
Endress and Hauser's experience shows that end-users are often required by clients to prove that their manufacturing processes meet quality procedures and expected hygiene hygiene, science of preserving and promoting the health of both the individual and the community. It has many aspects: personal hygiene (proper living habits, cleanliness of body and clothing, healthful diet, a balanced regimen of rest and exercise); domestic hygiene regulations.
All Memograph collected data are represented on the company's Readwin software, a free copy of which is available by calling 0161-286 5035. Alternatively, Readwin can be downloaded from the Endress and Hauser website (www.endress.com).
The Readwin operating and display software has the following characteristics: Easy set-up for E and H products; Electronic archival of measurement points; Display of signal sequences; Export pre-analysed values into other programs; and Modem connections to other remote units.
The fullest details are best checked with E and H at Floats float
v. float·ed, float·ing, floats
a. To remain suspended within or on the surface of a fluid without sinking.
b. Road, Manchester Manchester, city, England
Manchester (măn`chəstər, –chĕs'tər), city and metropolitan district (1991 pop. 397,400), NW England, on the Irwell, Medlock, Irk, and Tib rivers. M23, tel:0161-286 5035.