As with the wider gases industry, there is no one single trend in the industrial gas valves business right now, rather a set of overarching megatrends that are shaping growth in this business. These range from healthcare and homecare to hydrogen and clean fuels, all of which encompass digitisation in-between.
In an interview with gasworld, WITT’s Andrew Smart describes the acceleration in ‘Valves 4.0’ and how this is simply the latest challenge in innovation. By Rob Cockerill.
Gas-related equipment manufacturer Witt is set to showcase what Industry 4.0 has to offer in the field of gas control valves at the Thermprocess Expo in Düsseldorf, between 25th-29th June.
Metso will showcase its valve and service solution offering for a wide range of process industries at the Industrial Valve Summit (IVS) 2019, taking place 22nd-23rd May (2019).
Emerson has introduced a new manifold product family for its Rosemount™ pressure transmitters.
Witt has introduced its new non-return valve, the NV150, a development to prevent the dangerous backflow of gases and the formation of unwanted mixtures in plants and pipelines.
High Pressure Equipment Company (HiP), a subsidiary of Graco Inc., has introduced new sizes to its family of ultra-high-pressure valves, fittings and tubing.
CPV Manufacturing, a Pennsylvania-based manufacture of high-pressure values and fittings has announced a price increase.
Conval, a global leader in high-performance valves headquartered in Connecticut, offers CLAMPSEAL® blowdown service valves to provide necessary control for continuous or tandem boiler or turbine blow down and bottom blow-off service.
When it comes to valves, the issue of high tightness to environment is becoming more and more important. Nowhere is this more true than in the case of future gas applications in growing sectors – such as new gas transportation concepts that involve hydrogen, or the use of helium in ...
Metso, provider of equipment and services for the sustainable processing and flow of natural resources in the mining, aggregates, recycling and process industries, has delivered the first valves with 3D printed parts from its Helsinki plant.
The Cavagna Group has designed the Viproxy NEOS, a new digital medical valve integrated with pressure regulator (VIPR).
Emerson, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, has acquired Advanced Engineering Valves (A.E. Valves), a leading manufacturer of innovative valve technology that helps LNG customers operate more efficiently.