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Role of Cloud and Edge in Automation Architectures

Posted in Discrete and Industrial on Tuesday, August 20th, 2019. No comments yet
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The Emerson acquisition of General Electric’s Intelligent Platform business closed on February 1, 2019. Emerson’s Rich Carpenter recorded a podcast with IoT Time’s Ken Briodagh the prior summer while serving as the General Manager of this business. In the IoT Evolution podcast, IoT Time Podcast S.3 Ep.28 GE Automation & Controls, they discussed the Edge, […]

Rapid Exhaust Pneumatic Valves for Safer Machine Operations

Posted in Fluid and Motion Control on Friday, August 16th, 2019. No comments yet
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Despite advancing automation, operators in many of the hybrid and discrete manufacturing industries must interact with the machinery and avoid getting injured. In a Hydraulics & Pneumatics magazine post, Reliable Pneumatics Ensure Safe Machines, Emerson’s Andreas Blume and Dusko Markovic share how technology advancements have helped create safer machine operations. They open describing the perils […]

Filters-Regulators-Lubricators for Reliable Pneumatics

Posted in Fluid and Motion Control on Tuesday, August 13th, 2019. No comments yet
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Hybrid industries manufacturers having a combination of process manufacturing and discrete manufacturing, as well as discrete industries manufacturers, require pneumatic controls in their machine automation. A critical component in reliable pneumatic control are filters, regulators, and lubricators (FRLs). In a Machine Design article, The 6 Things Engineers Should Know About Pneumatic Filters, Regulators, and Lubricators, […]

Combustion Safety Valve Considerations

Posted in Fluid and Motion Control on Wednesday, July 24th, 2019. No comments yet
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Process manufacturers who required heating as part of the process may have several different types of industrial heating equipment. These may include boilers, dryers, furnaces, heaters, ovens, dehydrators and more. The use and upkeep of this equipment is governed by a variety of standards and regulations. In a Process Heating magazine article, Understanding Combustion Safety-Valve […]

Valves for Analytical and Medical In-Vitro Instruments

Posted in Fluid and Motion Control on Tuesday, June 4th, 2019. No comments yet
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Final control is where controlling a manufacturing or production process happens. It’s the valves in the line or vessel inlets and outlets that keep the process operating in its intended range. Often we think of large industrial valves, but even in in-vitro analytical and medical equipment, these valves must be reliable and precise. In a […]