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Emerson Process Management

Intelligent Electric Valve Controller

Emerson Process Management has introduced a new high-performance electric actuator, the EIM Model 500 with TEC2 Electronics.
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Electro-hydraulic Operator for Remote Valve Emergency Shutdown Applications

Emerson Process Management has added a robust electro-hydraulic operator to its broad valve automation capabilities with the release of the Bettis EHO actuator.
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Multi-path Gas and Liquid Ultrasonic Meters

Emerson Process Management has introduced new Daniel™ multi-path gas and liquid ultrasonic meters that feature a next-generation electronics platform.
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Digital Valve Controller

Emerson’s FIELDVUE DVC6200 Series digital valve controller has racked up more than 1 billion hours of on-line use within the process and energy industries since its introduction in 2010.
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Hybrid Coupling

The Kop-Flex MAX-C WB hybrid coupling is a new solution for managing torsional vibration in high-performance drivetrains powered by synchronous motors, variable-frequency drives and diesel engines.
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Integrated Wireless Application Solutions

The pre-engineered monitoring and analysis solutions embed process and equipment knowledge into a wide range of applications and use existing wired and new wireless instruments to form a network for continuous automated expert monitoring.
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Emerson selected to modernize hydropower plants in Brazil

Emerson Process Management has been awarded contracts totaling nearly $9 million to modernize the controls of multiple hydropower plants and a dispatch center for AES Tietê in Brazil.
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Magnetic Flowmeter Transmitters

The Rosemount E-Series Magnetic Flowmeter Transmitters have multiple diagnostics available.
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VBL Pneumatic Volume Booster

Emerson Process Management''s new Fisher® VBL pneumatic volume booster incorporates a fixed deadband, internal soft seats and an integral bypass restriction that combine to eliminate the positioner problems typically caused
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