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27 August 2021

IN PLANTS that have been constructed to consume as little energy as possible, it is rare to find steam leaking from pipes and valves. Even so, after a few years – as gaskets, fittings, and other areas age – steam will start to leak, unless regular inspections and maintenance are carried out. TLV explains more.

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02 August 2021

HAVING SPECIFIC recoil non-slam check valves available for immediate dispatch resulted in T-T Pumps winning a contract to supply South West Water's sewer upgrade project at Fowey.

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30 March 2021

SPECIALISED INDUSTRIAL services company, ERIKS has won a major contract from Babcock International for the supply of electrically actuated valves and ancillary equipment for the new Type 31 frigate programme. This is one of the biggest single contracts ever awarded to ERIKS in the UK and is an important recognition of the company’s parts supply and specialised engineering services.

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29 March 2021

ARBROATH'S BROTHOCK Water project is one of the UK's largest flood protection schemes. Ensuring that water overflow can be managed both efficiently and safely are Double Hinged Flap Valves supplied by T-T Pumps.

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27 January 2021

SCHAEFFLER HAS launched the new P.ACT series of electromechanical linear actuators to the UK market. With potential applications ranging from production machinery, drive technology and industrial automation, to logistics, raw materials and mobile machinery, P.ACT linear actuators offer high power density and significantly improved energy efficiency compared to hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

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29 March 2021

IN ORDER to ensure that process plants meet hygiene requirements, industry-specific approvals and resistance to CIP/SIP media, Freudenberg Sealing Technologies has developed a new series of high-performance seals for butterfly valves.

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12 May 2020

The new VEMD proportional flow control valve from Festo uses the latest piezo technology to deliver highly dynamic control for numerous medical and other industrial control applications.

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16 April 2020

It was recently announced that Landon Kingsway, an international fire protection equipment and hazardous gas detection equipment manufacturer and supplier, was acquired by MWA Technology, the largest independent metering solutions company in the UK.

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08 April 2020

An electro-hydraulic actuator from Thomson Industries has the strength of hydraulic cylinders, but without their complex external assemblies or extensive fluid handling requirements.

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20 April 2020

What do a fox and an electric valve actuator have in common? A lot, according to AUMA, which says its new PROFOX – like its namesake – is not only cunning and adaptable, but extremely hardy.

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16 March 2020

Engis has worked with ball valve manufacturers to develop a lapping gel for severe service ball valve lapping applications, such as oil and gas production and petro-chemical refining.

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20 December 2019

Corroserve, has repaired and provided corrosion protection for a 36in inlet flow valve which has been in service at Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire for more than 60 years.

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05 December 2019

Engis UK, European division of Engis Corporation, has worked with ball valve manufacturers to develop a lapping gel for use in severe service ball valve lapping applications such as oil and gas production and petro-chemical refining.

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05 December 2019

AUMA offers a new high precision automation solution for multiport valves based on SAVEx electric actuators with adjustable motor speed.

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14 October 2019

AUMA Actuators, the UK operation of AUMA Reister, manufacturer of electric valve actuators, has launched a new website (www.auma.co.uk), to showcase its work and to act as a secure resource portal for accredited technicians, channel partners and framework users

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07 November 2019

Spectrum Industrial has added car seals to its safety product portfolio.

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31 July 2019

The latest addition to Magnet Schultz's proportional solenoid valve family reduces the form factor to just 7mm diameter. The new VPKM-007 is suitable for miniature air and gas flow regulation applications.

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31 July 2019

AUMA has launched explosion-proof variable speed valve actuators for use in potentially hazardous environments.

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31 July 2019

Engis has worked closely with ball valve manufacturers to develop a new lapping gel for severe service ball valve lapping applications such as oil and gas production and petro-chemical refining.

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16 June 2019

SMC’s EX600W Integrated Wireless Valve System has won Best New Technology Award at the Motion Control Industry (MCI) Awards Evening.

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FEATURES

18 November 2020

Kieran Bennett looks at the latest communication protocol, IO-Link, and the advantages it offers for industrial process control

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02 December 2016

Pressure reducing valves are essential to any manufacturing system where a tight control over fluid flow and pressure is required. Steve Busby, business development director at Oxford University spin-out Oxford Flow, discusses why a return to first-principles could mean the use of valves in the industry is transformed

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02 December 2016

With their various ports and fluid paths, solenoid valves offer flexibility. When chosen and used appropriately they can provide safe switching, reliability, durability and resistance to extreme conditions, extensive lifespan and compact design. Richard Harvey of IMI Precision Engineering explains more

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27 March 2015

The humble solenoid has been with us since the early 1900s and since its invention it has seen a number of developments that have enabled it to provide control over a wide range of applications. Paul Trevitt, operations & engineering manager for Bürkert UK & Ireland, looks at some of the improvements that have allowed an increasing number of processes to rely on the device

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05 December 2014

Control valves are a crucial element in any system where fluid flow must be monitored and controlled. Andrew Prew, market development manager at Spirax Sarco, outlines the benefits of modern control valves and explains why a failing valve can actually be an opportunity to improve process control and save money

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24 June 2013

When it comes to process, pilot and actuation valves, the question of whether it is advisable to repair or replace a worn or intermittent unit is worth considering, regardless of the type or the size. Tom Carnell, systems applications manager at Bürkert UK, comments

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SPONSORED CONTENT

12 May 2015

We supply a wide variety of hygienic valves, including butterfly valves, lug style, wafer style, actuated valves.

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04 August 2014

The ideal valve for use in a hygienic processing environment is easy to clean using CIP, contains a low internal volume and a minimum number of connections as well as offer super precise flow control abilities.

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06 December 2019

From completely new boiler house plants to simple blowdown valve replacements we have the solution you need.

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29 July 2013

Gas solenoid valves auto or manual reset class A EN161

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29 July 2013

Oil fill point cabinets and oil fill valves

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12 May 2015

Our expansive product range and services include the supply of hygienic fittings and assemblies as well as a complete range of stainless steel hygienic fittings and valves.

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30 March 2016

The Hi-line Muffler quietens Exponentially Perceived Noise (EPNdB) superbly.

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13 June 2013

OFFER RELIABLE CONTROL IN DEMANDING ENVIRONMENTS

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