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Apr 15, 2020
‘The world needs pumps like the human body needs a heart’
Oil and Gas News
Apr 15, 2020
Valves
Emerson and Quantum Reservoir Impact have announced a team-up to develop and market the next-generation applications for AI-based analytics and decision-making tools for oil and gas exploration and production. The collaboration combines the power of Emerson’s global reach and the world’s largest independent exploration and production software portfolio with Quantum’s... [Read More]

Features
Apr 14, 2020
QUADAX Butterfly Valves are being used to replace side entry valves at a new LNG terminal following the awarding of a large contract. Natural gas is often described as the cleanest fossil fuel. It produces 25-30% less carbon dioxide per joule delivered than oil and 40- 45% respectively than coal. Therefore, the demand for LNG is steadily increasing and will become of... [Read More]

Chemical/Petrochemcial News
Apr 14, 2020
Valves
Sulzer is supplying an industrial scale cMIST system for natural gas dehydration. The unit will be installed at an onshore ExxonMobil facility in the US. The unit is to be delivered to ExxonMobil’s facility by Sulzer Chemtech, a leader in separation and mixing technology, and will be the world’s first commercial application of the cMIST technology in place of conventional... [Read More]

Archive News
Apr 9, 2020
Pumps
The Quantum 600 pump from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group has been used by Daewoong Pharmaceutical - one of Korea’s leading healthcare organisations. The pump reduces transfer time by providing high flow rates even at high pressure and its low pulsation prevents flowmeter instability. Efficiency is essential at every stage in the production of medicines in order... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Apr 9, 2020
Flowmeters
Scientific gas flow specialist Vögtlin Instruments GmbH has introduced a firmware update with several improvements for the red-y compact 2 series mass flowmeters. The red-y compact 2 is a gas flow meter with an optional valve that can operate on a single AA battery, on USB power or on 24 Vdc supply. With the touch-screen display, users can conveniently adjust lots of... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Apr 8, 2020
Valves
Yorkshire Water is calling for contractors to bid for places on its £800m (€909m) clean water network repair and maintenance services contract. The contract by the water company will be tendered in five lots. The initial contract term for lots 1 to 4 is four years, with a further four-year extension option. For lot 5, the term is three years, with a two-year extension... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Apr 8, 2020
Pumps
With the re-opening of its Shanghai office after the Coronavirus pandemic appears to be easing in the country, Landia has sold a new batch of chopper pumps to China. As business begins to get back to normal after a lengthy lockdown, the new order will see the chopper pumps used for a liquid manure application at a dairy farm in the northern part of China. The 18.5 kW... [Read More]

Product News
Apr 7, 2020
A manufacturer and marketer of differentiated technology products and sub-systems has released a new product. Circor International has announced that the RTK REact EQ-L electric intelligent linear actuator for high-range force output is on the market. The actuators are ideal for processes that depend on 100% running time, including industrial, chemical and power applications.... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Apr 7, 2020
Pumps
Warren Controls, a leading manufacturer of control valves and speciality fluid handling products, announces its new ARIA Series electrically actuated, modulating, globe control valves. The valves are ideally suited for challenging, modulating, industrial processes that require electric actuation with the actuation speed and reliability of pneumatics. Warren Controls... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Apr 6, 2020
Pipelines
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is set to remove thousands of lead water pipes within the next six years in order to address the chronically high lead levels in the city’s drinking water and protect residents’ health. “During this global pandemic more than ever, it’s critical that PWSA provide safe drinking water to all city residents, that residents... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Apr 6, 2020
Pumps
Severn Trent has revealed the trial of fibre optic cables inside its pipes as part of its efforts to cut down and reduce the number of leaks and bursts across its network. The UK-based water company has installed 750m of fibre optic cable inside a live section of its network. This was done to test its ‘listening’ capabilities over a four-hour period, where the impacts... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Apr 3, 2020
Other
Subsea 7 has announced the award of a sizeable contract for the Kaskasi offshore wind farm project located about 35km north-west of Heligoland in the German sector of the North Sea. The contracted work scope includes the transport and installation of the offshore substation foundation, 38 wind turbine monopile foundations and 52km of inner array grid cables in water depths... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Apr 3, 2020
Valves
The plunge in oil prices have hit the upstream sector hard. Cuts are being made across the industry that will have a dramatic impact on the industry’s project pipeline. Global natural resources consultancy Wood Mackenzie believes almost all pre-final investment decisions (FID) on projects will be deferred. And of the 50 or so projects identified with potential to go... [Read More]

Product News
Apr 2, 2020
Designed for continuous liquid level monitoring in water wells, reservoirs, tanks and others, the WL420 submersible hydrostatic level transmitter is a novelty in NOVUS portfolio. The WL420 has IP68 protection level and can be used in raw or chlorinated water and in the majority of semi-aggressive liquids. Also, the device detects the hydrostatic pressure in the... [Read More]

Chemical/Petrochemcial News
Apr 2, 2020
Pumps
University researchers have developed a desalination process that pumps ions instead of water. Researchers from Indonesia’s Bogor Agricultural University, the University of Bath and the University of Johannesburg have developed a low-cost, solar-powered desalination system that can be operated in mobile units. This can be used in households in remote areas where water... [Read More]


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