Iwaki Air’s TC-X 401/501/801 series high-quality, precision-engineered AODD pumps are available in both Metallic and Non-Metallic wetted materials with multiple elastomer configurations to meet any and all chemical transfer applications.
Iwaki Air recently introduced their new TC-X500 Series Metallic Flap Valve Pumps. These highly-engineered 2” Aluminum Flap Valve Pumps are specifically designed for challenging & demanding fluid transfer applications.
Barksdale announces the release of its first digital pressure transmitter family with HART® communication protocol: Series BiT. The new BiT has two product series: Series 450X, with explosion proof rated enclosure, and Series 450, which is designed for high pressure test & measurement and general industrial applications.
Barksdale announces the release of BDS3000, an electronic differential pressure switch with a 4-digit display. The BDS3000 expands Barksdale’s Generation 3000 Series of electronic products that include temperature, level, and pressure sensor technology.
Barksdale announces the first release of the Generation 3000 Series with IO-Link digital communication protocol: the BPS3000, an electronic dual pressure switch with a 4-digit display is now equipped with IO-Link protocol.
PGI answered customer requests for a lower stem handleturning torque by introducing their new Low-Torque™ Grafoil® bonnet and packing design. Grafoil® Stem Seal Torque Reduced 50%.
IWAKI America recently announced the release of their IX-B Series of metering pumps, an expansion to the popular IX Series Pumps. The IX-B Series flow control range is 0.002GPH (7.5mL/H) to 12GPH (45L/H) expanding the IX Series operational range DOWN significantly.
The Des-Case Mobile Utility Cart is a heavy-duty, 3-in-1 mobile system for lubricant storage, handling, and system top-offs.
The StoneL Quartz Explosionproof Valve Monitoring series is durable, corrosion resistant, and versatile, making it ideal for most of your process valve monitoring requirements.
on Mon, 01/30/2017
The basic liquid sizing equation tells us that the liquid flow rate through a control valve is proportional to the square root of pressure drop.