Neldisc series L6 triple eccentric disc valve operate both in control and shut-off applications, with close to equal percentage characteristics and superior tightness.
WIKA's model S-20 pressure transmitter is the ideal solution for customers with demanding performance requirements in many industrial applications.
Chromalox is pleased to announce that they now offer Wireless Temperature Sensing for Heat Trace applications in both ordinary and hazardous areas. This new capability provides several benefits including expanded application flexibility, improved process safety and measured installation cost savings while maintaining system integrity.
Parflex Multitube™ provides system solutions to the power generation market with a fully integrated heated enclosure line as part of our current heated tubing bundle products.
Static discharge is a common problem in the lubricating oil systems of today’s turbo-machinery. Hilco PH-CGJ style filter elements incorporate conductive fibers which are co-pleated in between two layers of hi performance microglass filter media. As a result the Hilco anti-static filter element dissipates static charge build up before discharge can occur.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.