Innovations and solutions

The category of “Innovations and Solutions” within the valve and actuation industry serves as a critical focal point, capturing the essence of forward-thinking developments and cutting-edge solutions that aim to address current and future challenges faced by this sector.

In a sector that’s fundamental to a multitude of industries ranging from oil and gas to water management, the sphere of innovations and solutions keeps a finger on the pulse of technological advancements, new product developments, and enhanced service solutions. This category is vibrant and dynamic, signifying the ongoing efforts to enhance efficiency, safety, and environmental sustainability in the valve and actuation industry.

Retrofit3D solution for Griffith Energy

Griffith Energy opts for IMI's Retrofit3D solution, saving on valve refurbishment costs and avoiding capital expenditure.

New generation: “bidirectional” ball valve

Revolutionary bidirectional ball valve enhances performance with innovative handle design.

Emerson releases a host of new innovative solutions

Emerson introduces innovative valve solutions: Intelligent Performance, Connected Valves, Tough Challenges Solved, Sustainability Advancements.

Circor showcases valve solutions

Circor to showcase Hale Hamilton valves for hydrogen economy at American Hydrogen Forum. High-quality valves for fuel cell, turbine, and engine applications.

GF Piping Systems introduces butterfly valve 565

GF Piping Systems completes Butterfly Valve 565 portfolio with new lug-style design. Lightweight, corrosion-free solution for water applications."

SCF Partners announces D2Zero

SCF Partners forms D2Zero, a decarbonization and clean energy platform, integrating five UK companies to accelerate progress towards net-zero objectives.

Rotork’s new features to the intelligent IQ3 Pro range

Rotork introduces new features to the IQ3 Pro range of intelligent actuators, enhancing speed, control, and configurability.

Lotte Chemical selects KBR’s Green Ammonia Technology

KBR's K-GreeN® tech chosen for Lotte Chemical's H2biscus green ammonia project in Sarawak, Malaysia, a key step towards sustainable solutions.

Aptar Closures reveals recyclable flow control valve

Aptar Closures launches SimpliCycle, a fully recyclable flow control valve for condiments, sauces, ensuring hygienic dispensing.

Emerson’s new pilot operated relief valve

Emerson debuts Fisher™ 63EGLP-16 Pilot Operated Relief Valve for propane/anhydrous ammonia tanks. UL132 and ASME Section VIII certified.

Innovations and Solutions

In the dynamic landscape of the valve and actuation industry, the “Innovations and Solutions” category stands as a beacon of progress and ingenuity, reflecting the sector’s unyielding commitment to excellence and sustainability. This category encapsulates the fervent efforts to push the boundaries of what’s possible, heralding groundbreaking developments in technology, materials, and methodologies. As a testament to human ingenuity, it showcases the symbiotic relationship between innovation and solution formulation, spotlighting advances that drive efficiency, safety, and environmental responsibility. In this vibrant space, stakeholders from various sectors converge to explore, adapt, and implement novel solutions, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and collaboration. As we navigate through an era marked by rapid technological advancements, the “Innovations and Solutions” category promises to be the fulcrum that propels the valve and actuation industry into a future marked by sustainability, resilience, and unparalleled excellence.

The “Innovations and Solutions” category serves as the industry’s think-tank, nurturing a culture of continuous improvement and fostering a community that is tuned towards embracing advancements for better performance and sustainability. As the industry strides forward, this category promises to be a hub of inspiration and insights, steering the valve and actuation sector towards a future marked by innovation, efficiency, and environmental stewardship.