BVZ Power Partners-Riverside (San Antonio, Texas) has awarded Foxboro, a unit of Invensys Process Systems, with a major automation contract for the RS Cogen, LLC Riverside co-generation plant in Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA.
Mogas Industries, Inc. has announced the newest addition to its RSVP family, the RSVP-UK .38 bore, metal-seated ball valve.
Tyco Valves and Controls will display its range of control and instrumentation equipment at Interkama 2001, Düsseldorf Messe, Germany 24-28 September.
ABB has received an order worth USD 17 million to install the process control and instrumentation system in the largest paper machine ever built.
Tyco Valves & Controls will be displaying its range of control and instrumentation equipment in Stand B41, Hall 15 at Interkama 2001, Düsseldorf Messe, 24–28 September 2001.
Yanshan Petrochemical Group, the largest petrochemical enterprise in China, has chosen Emerson Process Management's PlantWeb field-based architecture with FOUNDATION fieldbus to automate benzene processing in its ethylene plant in Beijing.
Anderson Greenwood Instrumentation Products, a division of Tyco Engineered Products, has developed the Intellimount instrument manifold system, a standardised system offering flexible design together with substantial savings for the customer.
Yokogawa has agreed to be Chevron's global supplier of process control and instrumentation (PCI) for plant automation and field instrumentation.
The extended Hoke series of analytical instrumentation includes new selector valves, miniature metering valves and low dead volume fittings, all offering the versatility to combine with existing products and provide system solutions for wide-ranging user needs.
FCx Performance Inc. (Columbus, Ohio, USA) has acquired Simone Engineering, a Milwaukee, WI-based distributor of industrial valves, process control instrumentation and related flow control equipment to industrial customers in the upper Midwest.
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