01/12/2016Power management company Eaton has introduced the latest EPPV5 and EPPV6, a family of proportional pressure reducing pilot valves with reliable hysteresis performance.
01/12/2016ITIS has recently declared that, due to their growth, they are moving to a new, modern, safe and energy efficient test facility in Goes, The Netherlands. The new location will provide customers with high quality services. Depending on the clients’ requirements, ITIS provides techniques such as Leak testing, Valve testing, NDT (Non-Destructive Testing) and Tube testing.
01/12/2016Ringo Válvulas has recently delivered a stainless steel axial control valve 6” 1500# to be supplied to a Petronas owned company through one of the Samson subsidiaries.
01/12/2016Webtec has extended its 180 series of zero-leak directional control valves used to control hydraulic actuators on high-pressure mobile and industrial machinery.
30/11/2016ARCA Regler GmbH has received the order for the delivery of approximately 100 control valves for the new building of a polymerisation plant in Chernigov, The Ukraine.
30/11/2016Goetze KG Armaturen has recently introduced a new series, which was extended by the smaller nominal diameter DN 15. The new overflow and pressure control valves are made of stainless steel straightway form with flange connections.
29/11/2016Next steps for defining reliable principles and parameters for separating a Severe Service Valve (SSV) from a General Purpose Valve are being taken.
27/11/2016LESER has updated the sizing program VALVESTAR®,and now the new version 7.3.1 is available.
26/11/2016Automation Technology, LLC (ATI) has announced the formation of ATI Frontline Services. This specialized maintenance service will serve oil and natural gas pipeline customers and other end users.
26/11/2016JGC Corporation has been awarded a lump-sum turn-key contract for the construction of a biomass power generation plant in Muroran City, Hokkaido planned by the Muroran Biomass Power Generation GK. The plant having a power generation capacity of 74.9 MW will be one of the largest biomass-fueled power generation plants in Japan. The proposed fuel is palm kernel shells.