Oil and Gas
Discover convenient remote access of your automated valves when you install the Axiom AMI with AS-Interface featuring Bluetooth® technology from StoneL.
The Chromalox CCX cast block heater is ideal for heating fluids and gases where cleanliness, uniform temperature control, and high pressures are required...even in hazardous area locations.
on Mon, 03/14/2016
The Jamesbury high performance valve is a heartier concept than the rubber lined version. The term ‘high performance’ when considering the butterfly valve means the valve will take full ANSI pressure ratings, shuts off ‘bubble tight’, has higher temperature ratings and, through the use of design and materials, has a much higher cycle life (extending into the millions of cycles without failure or leakage).
The Fulflo® HF Depthflo™ microglass pleated filter cartridges are offered in 6" diameter x 80" lengths. The high surface area filter media is supported with a tin plated steel core and outer cage utilizing an external O-ring seal with a closed cap.
The explosionproof Hawkeye, with its stainless steel enclosure, is designed for service in harsh process environments. It features a solid state proximity sensor which is encased in a shock absorbent urethane potting material.
Determining problems and errors in the field just got easier with the new WIKA MH-3 pressure transmitter for mobile working machines. WIKA Instrument, LP captures the latest pressure sensor technology with the addition of the diagnostic function in the new MH-3 pressure transmitter.
on Fri, 08/14/2015
When discussing fluid power, pressure is the basis for producing any kind of work. Work cannot be achieved without pressure. In order to understand the finer points of fluid power, one must first understand the concept of pressure
on Tue, 04/28/2015
A growing trend in industrial plant design is wireless connectivity. Recent technological advances have made wireless protocols significantly more robust and reliable than previous versions, enough so to rival traditional hard-wired connections.
on Mon, 01/05/2015
The principle difference between the nature of the flow of gas and the flow of liquid through control valves is that liquids are incompressible and gasses are compressible.
on Mon, 01/05/2015
Selecting a valve with the correct flow characteristic (the relationship between valve opening and flow capacity) can be as important as the selection of the valve size.