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A new panel simplifies control-valve-related functionalities

By Gerald Ondrey |

Automated process valves using pneumatic actuators always require a range of various instrumentation components to build specific functions for each application. In conventional single-engineered solutions, compometsowordcloudnents are typically assembled all around the actuator. To date, valve assembly-related instrumentation has been a selection of individual components and functionalities, resulting in a complex mix of components and systems within a plant. This company’s instrumentation panel makes valve instrumentation simpler by providing a compact solution to enable users to achieve their objectives of efficiency and reliability when building up instrumentation functionalities, lowering the overall cost of ownership. With its highly compact, modular design, the Panel centralizes all instrumentation components on one panel plate. This allows simple installation and easy maintenance access to all components from a single side. — Metso Corp., Helsinki, Finland

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