Rubber-seated ball valve replacement saves energy, money and downtime.
There are many potential ignition sources in a refinery or a petrochemical plant, including hot work, stationary, mobile and vehicular internal combustion engines, as well as improperly maintained lighting or electrical equipment.
With today’s energy prices and the need to reduce emissions, a plant cannot allow its steam/condensate systems to vent flash steam to the atmosphere.
Tips to ensure optimal control valve performance.
Singer Valve Inc. announces Mark Gimson as business development & marketing manager.
Reducing the causes of friction and choosing the proper pump will increase efficiency and cost-savings.
The U.S. has not enacted a wide-reaching, industrial energy efficiency bill since 1992 when the Energy Efficiency Policy Act was passed.
New technology offers accurate metering without valves or ancillary equipment.
Pumps and Systems Success Story of the Year 2010 Honorable Mention