Universal Valve Tester Control System

VALVE-SYNC by Process Solutions Corp. is a highly configurable universal valve tester control system. It addresses the needs of companies looking for flexible software that can be configured to test different types of valves easily. VALVE-SYNC test software, which is built upon API standards, will allow: A high degree of customization and flexibility in designing test systems Testing of various setups before finalizing on the most appropriate one for your testing needs Viewing the test system as a graphical parametric display with a collection of various controls and indicators Reduction in the lead time to build a test rig, thus

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Logic Control System

Groundwater Remediation Systems

Groundwater Remediation Water remediation is the process of cleaning, sanitizing, and restoring materials where the water damage has occurred. Water damage that is not treated can become hazardous. Mold growth, bacteria, and viruses can occur. Groundwater is water that sits below the ground and saturates the pore space in the subsurface. Around 40% of the world’s drinking water is drawn from groundwater in boreholes and dug wells. This groundwater provides farmers with the water needed to irrigate their crops. Companies use it to manufacture their products. Groundwater contamination can occur from spills during industrial operations, leaking from landfills, and applications

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Precise Liquefied Gas Dosing

Our customers have many applications with chemical reactions that are conducted at high pressures. These applications frequently require precise gas dosing. You can replace organic solvents with more effective alternatives, like liquefied gases. What is Liquefied Gas Dosing? It is a gas at atmospheric pressure and room temperature turned into a liquid by cooling or compression. An example of this is liquefied carbon dioxide (CO2) which is an excellent extraction solvent for non-polar chemical compounds. There are obstacles when using liquefied gas, such as difficulty in handling these liquid/gas substances and lack of dosing precision. Bronkhorst has taken note of

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How To Convert Analog Signals Into Engineering Units

Utilizing Scale Instructions to Convert Analog Signals into Engineering Units Relating 4-20mA Analog input signals to engineering units has proven to be difficult for users. At first glance, this seems like a simple task- apply a mathematical formula to an analog input value to convert the result into engineering units. The execution of this “simple task” rarely seems simple at all. Thankfully with Horner’s Cscape SCALE instruction, the need for algebra or any math is eliminated. Utilizing Scale Instructions Scale instruction is configured in ladder logic. The Scale instruction has the following parameters (see table 1 below): This will allow

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We Are Now ISNetworld Certified!

Process Solutions is proud to announce that we are now ISNetworld certified! What does this mean? ISNetworld helps Hiring Clients connect with safe, reliable, and sustainable contractors and suppliers around the globe. Ensuring proper conformance and maintaining up-to-date information is essential to the success of these organizations. ISNetworld gives hiring clients access to contractors and suppliers that fit the required standards. We believe this will help us become even more efficient in offering our solutions and powering productivity.

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Why Flow Control is Important in Catalyst Research

Catalyst Research In this article, I want to discuss one of our most common applications; Catalyst Research. Many of our customers are using catalysts to quicken a chemical reaction. One of the core benefits of using a catalyst is their efficiency. A small amount of catalyst is able to recover a large amount of reaction products What Are Catalysts? We know what Solid catalysts do, but what are they? They are small, highly porous media. These pore systems are formed by many irregularly shaped and interconnected pores inside the particles. This pore system leads to a large internal surface area

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