eNews Vol. 17 No. 16
Candian Process Equiptment & Control News


ATCO to build Alberta’s first hydrogen blending project with ERA support

Canadian Utilities, an ATCO company based in Calgary, has been awarded $2.8 million in funding from Emission Reductions Alberta’s (ERA) Natural Gas Challenge to advance a first-of-its-kind hydrogen blending project in Fort Saskatchewan, AB. Read More

New technique to capture CO2 could reduce power plant greenhouse gases

A big advance in carbon capture technology could provide an efficient and inexpensive way for natural gas power plants to remove carbon dioxide from their flue emissions, a necessary step in reducing… Read More

Endress+Hauser recognized with Frost & Sullivan 2020 Global Liquid Analyzer Company of the Year Award

Based on its recent analysis of the global liquid analyzer market, the market research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan honoured Endress+Hauser as the 2020 Global Company of the Year. The company impressed the jury with Read More

Rittal Systems recognized as one of the of Best Workplaces in Manufacturing

Rittal Systems Ltd. of Mississauga, ON, has been named on the 2020 list of Best Workplaces in Manufacturing. The electrical enclosures manufacturer received the honour for the fourth year in a row after… Read More

Doris Group, AVEVA and Schneider Electric join forces to address upstream oil & gas sector

DORIS Group, Schneider Electric and AVEVA have agreed to develop a strategic partnership to deliver Digital Twin technology for the upstream oil and gas markets. Read More

Process Products

Replacement cryogenic level gauges introduced

Orange Research has announced what it says are a simple, innovative solution to replace expensive Barton level gauges on cryogenic tanks, without moving piping or changing mounting brackets. Read More

Ultrasonic and acoustic sound camera

The SM Instruments BATCAM 2.0 available from ITM Instruments is said to be a compact and rugged ultrasonic and acoustic sound camera that helps users quickly and easily identify a variety of undesirable industrial conditions. Read More

Electrically-actuated precision spray systems

Model 1000 and 2000 FlexFlow control panels from John Brooks are suitable for any industrial process where expensive compounds or ingredients need to be sprayed directly onto the process target. Read More

Electromagnetic flow meter measure conductive liquids

The MIS electromagnetic flow meter from Kobold, or magmeter, was developed for measuring and monitoring medium-sized flow of conductive liquids in pipes. It offers 2 configurable outputs and features… Read More

LED process displays for standard signals

The Kubler Codix 534 from Turck Canada is said to be a cost-effective standard signal display for front panel mounting with scalable, bright, 5-digit LED display. Due to 14 bit resolution, the unit can offer accurate… Read More

Feature Articles

Inspection for food safety mandated by governmental agencies

Regulations and retailer codes of practice are changing all the time and food manufacturers need to regularly review their own food safety strategies to reflect reforms. In this white paper, the inspection protections food factories need to apply to stay ahead of the food safety game are summarized. Read More

Signaling technology critically important to maintaining safety in crane hoist applications

Audible and visible signals reduce risk of dangerous, costly accidents for technicians, operators, and other workers on the floor related to the use of crane hoists. To avoid accidents, it is imperative that everyone around knows that a crane and its load are nearby. Read More

How to achieve improved boiler efficiency, reliability and safety

The primary function of a boiler is to convert water to steam. The steam provides process heat or produces electricity. An objective for safe and efficient boiler operation is to maintain a constant steam and water interface level in the boiler drum. Read More
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