July 2013

Valves 2013 Supplement

Use wireless valve-monitoring technology to your advantage

Financial pressures, combined with increasing safety and environmental requirements, have resulted in a significant increase in the need for valve-position monitoring in industrial plants. However, th..

Sequeira, T., Pentair Valves & Controls

Financial pressures, combined with increasing safety and environmental requirements, have resulted in a significant increase in the need for valve-position monitoring in industrial plants. However, the potential cost involved in putting a monitoring system in place means that larger numbers of valves remain unmonitored. Keeping a large population of unmonitored valves has several implications. For example, a manual valve may be incorrectly left open, closed or partially open. Since most manual valves are not monitored, those events can go undetected for a significant time, causing considerable operational losses, along with environmental and safety risks. A major restriction when ins

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