Archive for the ‘Final Control Element’ Category

Optimizing Pressure Relief Valve Lifecycle Management

Posted in Regulator, Safety on Friday, September 21st, 2018. One comment so far
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Pressure relief valves (PRVs) are critical safety and equipment protection devices to prevent overpressure conditions. They need ongoing maintenance to assure that they operate as designed for their intended applications. In a Valve magazine article, Lifecycle Management of Pressure Relief Valves, Emerson’s Kevin Simmons and Marcelo Dultra describe considerations for effective and efficient PRV sizing, […]

Weathering the Storm: Equipping Wastewater Treatment Plants with Flood-Proof Actuators

Posted in Actuator, Water & Wastewater on Wednesday, September 12th, 2018. No comments yet
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Author: Steve Poling As we approach the 6th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy and just passing the 1st anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, the anxieties of facing another superstorm weighs on the minds of every coastal wastewater treatment operator. And with Hurricane Florence approaching the U.S. Carolinas, this string of major storms continues. Are we prepared? By […]

What are Valve I/P Transducers?

Posted in Education, Final Control Element on Thursday, September 6th, 2018. No comments yet
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As we continue to see a generational shift in the manufacturing industries, I like to highlight educational videos developed across the Emerson business groups. Our group managing Fisher Valves & Instruments products has recently posted a 2:51 YouTube video, What are I/P Transducers? This video, developed by the Valves, Actuators & Regulators educational services team, […]

Components in a Butterfly Valve

Posted in Final Control Element on Monday, July 9th, 2018. No comments yet
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The team managing education services for the Fisher brand of valves and instrumentation has a lot of really good videos on valve basics. You’ll find these on Emerson’s Fisher Valves & Instruments YouTube channel. For example, a recently posted video, What are the Components of a Butterfly Valve?, provides an under 2-minute look at what […]

How to Setup Keystone Actuator Mechanical Limits

Posted in Actuator on Friday, June 15th, 2018. No comments yet
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As part of Emerson’s acquisition of the Pentair Valves and Controls business, the Keystone brand of valves and actuators joined the final control area of Emerson Automation Solutions. Over on the Bettis YouTube channel, is a great series of videos in setting up Keystone EPI2 electric actuators. I’ll recap a few points made in the […]