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Canongate Technology

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Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Website: http://t.co/UghF4C9pkX
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Background Canongate Technology, was until some 14 years ago, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Courage the leading UK Brewing Company. In September 1996 the management successfully completed a Management Buy-Out of the company. Canongate was formed in 1982, having previously been responsible, as part of the Scottish and Newcastle Breweries Engineering Division, for the total engineering of the Brewing Group's control and automation facilities. The company was formed to further develop and market the technology and innovative measurement systems which had been developed in-house. Since 1982 The Canongate Group has grown organically and by acquisition from its initial complement of 10 and now employs more than 45 staff. Its main office and manufacturing facility is in Edinburgh, but engineering, service and sales personnel are also located in regional offices in Newcastle, Manchester, Nottingham and Peterborough. Products & Services Canongate is involved in Process Control in its widest sense, by providing products and services at each of the principle levels of automation, namely, Primary Instrumentation Plant Control Systems Management Information Services and specialises in complete "design and build" turnkey packages incorporating any or all of the above. (a) Primary Instrumentation Through its Embra, Acumet, Holledge and Procal instrument ranges, Canongate manufactures a variety of systems for measuring the following parameters in liquids: Level Density Alcohol Content/Concentration Carbon Dioxide Content Dissolve Oxygen Content Through technology such as non-intrusive ultrasonics and permeable membranes, this instrument range has provided unique solutions to process measurement problems in the food, beverage & chemical Industries world-wide. (b) Plant Control Systems Canongate has many years experience in the automation of process plant particularly in the Food and Beverage industry.