Processing Weekly Update - Apr 15th, 2024
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April 15, 2024
Multiple factors play a role in determining which diaphragm works best in a given application.

The UFK 1.1100 Ex is one of the industry’s most advanced solutions for transferring liquids, at high flow rates with low pulsation, for HazLoc areas.  It provides performance required by oil & gas, extraction, and other processing applications. The new UFK 1.1100 Ex has a flow rate of up to 11.5 liters per minute and provides continuous operation with up to 6 bar back pressure.

Both pump technologies share strengths and equal benefits when used in fluid-handing applications.
Discussing trends in the sector with Rockwell Automation's John Dirks.
Preventing VFDs from overheating is extremely important because they enable precise motor control in many industrial process applications.
Mike Aughenbaugh, an associate target market manager for Swagelok Company, writes about how proper planning with trusted partners can make turnaround efforts go more smoothly.
Acoustic imaging can go a long way in quickly and cost efficiently identifying and repairing leaks, saving companies in downtime while making needed repairs
New software tools create instrumentation lists automatically from P&IDs, eliminating errors and increasing personnel productivity.
Tsurumi returns to the show this year to showcase its wide array of wastewater pumps and process equipment, catered specifically to the needs of breweries.
“We are incredibly proud of our 70-year journey,” said company president Doan Pendleton. “From our early innovations in industrial vacuum cleaning to our latest advancements in additive manufacturing and 3D printing, we have remained committed to excellence and customer satisfaction.”
Equipment on display will include a large part of the company’s portfolio for the biopharmaceutical industry, including the new Quattroflow QB2-Standard single-use precision micropump.
EASA’s 2024 Convention education line-up features a wide-ranging program designed to address all areas of the electromechanical sales and repair business.
Equipment on display will include TORNADO T1 Pump and NEMO B.Max Mixing Pump.
The software offers insights on process data specifically tailored to key roles in organizations, from operators to management to compliance.
TrendMiner, the advanced industrial analytics platform powered by AI, is marking a significant advancement in event analytics capabilities with the launch of its 2024.R1 release.
Waste reduction projects continue to grow in popularity among process manufacturers, but plant owners or managers should be aware of all the solutions available to them as well as the unique circumstances that arise from these projects.