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Jun 23, 2021
Oxford Flow hails successful 12 months in face of pandemic challenges
Oil and Gas News
Jun 23, 2021
Valves
Severn Glocon and ValvTechnologies have reached a partnership agreement that will see collaboration between two leading engineering and manufacturing companies specialising in innovative and severe-service valves. Subject to regulatory approval in the US, the partnership will combine the brands’ distinctive and complementary capabilities to extend the global reach,... [Read More]

Product News
Jun 22, 2021
Emerson has introduced the Fisher V280 full-bore trunnion-mounted ball control valve for severe and speciality pressure, flow and process control applications. The valve provides dynamic process control by utilising a robust drive train unique to the market that is designed to guide the shaft and properly absorb energy. Available attenuators for liquid and gas process... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jun 22, 2021
Flowmeters
Titan Enterprises has revealed a growing demand for precision flow measurement devices from manufacturers of domestic and industrial water-consumption appliances to integrate as part of a smart water meter system. With year-on-year increases in water usage for domestic and industrial purposes, smart water flow metering solutions - with integrated Titan liquid flow sensors,... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Jun 22, 2021
Pumps
Valmet will supply an automation system to an energy-from-waste facility currently under construction at Newhurst in Leicestershire, UK. The order was placed by Hitachi Zosen Inova AG (HZI), the engineering, procurement and construction contractor for the facility. This is the 16th time that HZI has chosen Valmet’s automation technology for its energy-from-waste... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Jun 21, 2021
Pipelines
Construction work on Baltic Pipe, a pipeline connecting Poland with Norwegian gas fields via the Baltic Sea and Denmark, will resume after a temporary halt in operations. Danish grid operator Energinet said two areas of the pipeline's construction still await further regulatory approval and completion of the project could be delayed by three months. The suspension had... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jun 21, 2021
Pipelines
A major new sewer pipeline is being delivered in Gloucestershire in an £8.5 million (€9.9 million) project by Thames Water to help tackle flooding. Using techniques like ‘micro-tunnelling’, the 3.8 km scheme involves the installation of 1,800 individual sections of pipe between Chesterton and Shorncote, and the construction of a new pumping station. With new... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jun 21, 2021
Pumps
Following an extensive trial at one of the largest waste processing plants in Europe, separators made by Borger are now playing a crucial role in improving the quality of the digestate used for land fertilisation in accordance with PAS 110 regulations. The facility, which generates up to 5.9 MW of electricity from over 100,000 tonnes of food waste per year, had been looking... [Read More]

Product News
Jun 18, 2021
Easier product selection and faster turnaround are two of the advantages customers can expect when they choose Celeros Flow Technology as their preferred supplier for reciprocating pumps. The company has totally revised its reciprocating pumps portfolio to align it with current market conditions, reducing design complexity and making it simpler to match the pump to the... [Read More]

Other News
Jun 18, 2021
Professor Bernd Stoffel, a scientist and researcher on essential pump design, passed away on 8 June. As a student and then post-graduate at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, he was actively involved in pre-competitive research as a project worker during the founding phase of the VDMA’s Pumps Research Fund. In 1977 he switched from science to industry,... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jun 18, 2021
Pumps
The reputational and financial risks of the mismanagement of water and wastewater systems is the subject of a new report published today. The document, Process water and wastewater treatment in the food industry , points to the vast volumes of water used in food and beverage production and urges companies to do more to offset risk. The food and beverage industry uses... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Jun 17, 2021
Pipelines
A key permit for Enbridge’s Line 3 oil pipeline was upheld by the Minnesota Court of Appeals removing a potential delay for the controversial project. The court on Monday affirmed a Certificate of Need and Routing Permit granted by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. The pipeline, which will carry Canadian oil-sands crude from Alberta to Superior, Wisconsin,... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jun 17, 2021
Pipelines
A $2.4 million (€2 million) upgrade to one of Hobart’s major water distribution pipelines has started in Australia. The project will replace a section of the Claremont Trunk water pipeline that runs along the Brooker Highway in Berriedale and provides water from the West Derwent System to the Tolosa Reservoirs. Capital Delivery Office (CDO) delivery manager Chris... [Read More]

Product News
Jun 17, 2021
For many years, oxygen monitors and gas analysers have been used for weld purging. They are specifically designed and calibrated for accuracy at atmospheric oxygen level but not for weld purging where accuracy is required when reading much lower oxygen levels. Using the latest scientific knowledge and innovation, Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT has designed and manufactured... [Read More]

Features
Jun 16, 2021
For design engineers and specifiers in the general industrial market, corrosion can be a major challenge. Even the highest quality products can fail when used incorrectly. But how do engineers select the best materials? They carefully analyse the operating environment and ask themselves three key questions. Firstly, is the material composition susceptible to cracking?... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Jun 16, 2021
Pipelines
Siltbuster has worked with the Porr Skanska A Hak joint venture on a significant National Grid project to build a new gas pipeline under the River Humber. The water treatment specialists were called in to provide a temporary, high-flow dissolved metals removal system ensuring clean water was available for a key part of the construction. The location of the new 5km pipeline... [Read More]


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