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Continuous Listening for More Sustainable Manufacturing

Continuous Listening for More Sustainable Manufacturing

Tamara Tursijan shares how a global manufacturer with aggressive corporate goals lowering their carbon footprint, enabling low-carbon energy solutions and advocating for climate action. This manufacturer improved energy efficiency by working with the Emerson team to use wireless acoustic sensors to “listen” to each of the steam traps for leaks and failure conditions.

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Valve Monitoring: One Way to Realize Real Value from Digital Transformation

Valve Monitoring: One Way to Realize Real Value from Digital Transformation

New technologies that are truly different often depend on a “killer app” to convince users to take the leap. For the Internet early on, it was email. Suddenly being able to communicate near instantaneously in writing provided visible value people could latch on to, and the rest is history. For industrial users, digital transformation has been similar. How and why it has been adopted in many locations is the topic of Emerson’s Marcelo Carugo’s article in the October issue of Control.

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Monitoring Pressure Relief Devices

Monitoring Pressure Relief Devices

Effectively managing pressure in hydrocarbon-based production processes is critical from a safety, environmental and efficiency standpoint. Pressure relief devices (PRDs) are found throughout the production processing equipment. At last spring's 115th American Fuel...

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