In a Flow Control article, The evolution of the butterfly valve, Emerson’s Joanne Lunsford describes some of the advances to for this important technology in manufacturing and production processes.
Components in a Butterfly Valve
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...
Butterfly Valve for Diverse Throttling and On-Off Applications
References to the use of butterfly valves date back to James Watt, who: …made use of a butterfly valve in his steam engine, and the first Mercedes car built around 1901 introduced a butterfly valve in the fuel intake linked to the accelerator pedal. Wikipedia...
Measurement and Final Control Technology Announcements from OTC
The news was flowing fast and furiously from the recent Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas. I wanted to highlight some of the news from Emerson in case you missed it. To help protect subsea well and pipeline integrity and support...
Controlling Variable Thickness in Rolled Steel Cooling System Applications
In today's guest post, Emerson's Eric Kuebler, a metals & mining industry manager on the Fisher valve team, describes how a steel mill solved the challenge to produce steel sheets of varying thickness and receive ongoing operational savings. Water is used...
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