Valves are a significant factor in fugitive emissions. Below you can find news related to improved valve design, zero-emission valves, sealing improvements. If you wish to contribute by adding your company/product news in this newssection, please contact Angelica Pajkovic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operators are under increasing focus on reducing fugitive emissions for both onshore and offshore assets, to reduce harmful emission to achieve their core imperatives of safe operations and minimum downtime.Fugitive emissions is a hot topic that will only become more critical in the environmentally conscious world we now live in.
Power management company Eaton announced its Vehicle Group has secured a $2.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop new technologies to reduce emissions from agricultural equipment.
Reducing fugitive emissions is a top priority in the battle against climate change. That is why Dutch company Mokveld Valves BV is introducing a unique zero emission innovation - the world’s first valve without dynamic seals to the atmosphere.Mokveld has incorporated an electric actuator inside its new valve, eliminating the stem seal to atmosphere entirely.
Dutch company Mokveld Valves BV has introduced a unique zero emission innovation - the world’s first valve without dynamic seals to the atmosphere.Mokveld has incorporated an electric actuator inside its new valve, eliminating the stem seal to atmosphere entirely.
Industrial technology company ZL INNOVATIONS has introduced a "Zero Leak, Zero Emissions, Zero Maintenance" magnetic circuit-based valve system resilient enough to resist the effects of high temperatures and corrosive working fluids with a unique design to "completely prevent valve leaks for the working life of the valve." The "Sustainable Zero Leak Magnetic Valve" produced by ZL INNOVATIONS utilizes external magnets to actuate the interior valve assembly while maintaining a hermetic seal.
Samson Controls has a valve product line that aids in carbon dioxide reduction and value creation. Carbon dioxide capture – power plants can combat fossil fuels and reduce carbon dioxide emissions with pre-combustion capture, post-combustion capture, and oxyfuel capture.
Join our Industrial Valves Online course, taking place July 20th, 22nd, 27th, and 29th, 2021.Upgrade your valve knowledge from anywhere, with Subject Matter Expert, Davi Correia, Mechanical Engineer and Consultant.
Emerson will host a series of presentations at ACHEMA Pulse that outline how advanced automation technologies can help chemical and life sciences companies make step-change improvements in operational performance and environmental sustainability.
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