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With Invensys in Its Fold, Schneider Aims to Capitalize on New Market Opportunities

Now that the dust has settled on Schneider’s purchase of Invensys, a clearer picture is beginning to emerge on what the combined company will look like.

2014 Flow Control Innovation Awards Winners

Flow Control is pleased to introduce its 2014 Innovation Award winners representing nine innovative technologies contributing to fluid movement, measurement and/or containment processes.

QUIZ CORNER: Why Was a Control Valve Installed Upstream of a Flowmeter?

My initial gut reaction is that whoever designed the piping had little or no instrumentation background. Further, all of the instrumentation work performed in conjunction with the installation is suspect.

Industrial  Cybersecurity—Where Do We Start?

Not only are malicious cyber attacks against industry increasing rapidly, but their sophistication, pervasiveness, and overall sneakiness are adding to the challenge.

Stormwater Solutions

While regulatory requirements continue to push municipalities to devise strategies for more effectively managing stormwater discharges, the rise in extreme weather events across the country is driving innovation in the area of stormwater handling and reuse.

Standards Snapshot: HI 50.7-2010 for Electronic Data Exchange for Pumping Equipment
The Hydraulic Institute's HI 50.7-2010 standard aims to promote a common method for the digital exchange of technical data for pumping equipment.
QUIZ CORNER: Why Was the Flowmeter Installed in the Middle of Straight Run?

My initial gut reaction is that this piping installation was laid out by a piping designer with minimal or no input from an instrumentation engineer or instrument designer.

PUMP GUY MAILBAG: Liquid Force

I have a question after reading your previous article in Flow Control (“Rocket Science,” July 2014, page 40). Can you explain further how the head will not be affected by changing the liquid handled?

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Movers & Shakers: Fluid Handling Appointments, Awards & Acquisitions for September 2014

A digest of September 2014 business news & notes from around the fluid handling industry.

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From Humble Beginnings, Endress+Hauser Marks Another Milestone In the Rise of Its U.S. Business

Endress+Hauser has traveled a long road in growing its U.S. business from its humble beginnings in the 1970s to where it stands now as the company’s largest market outside of Germany. The following timeline provides a sense of just how far E+H U.S. has come. More

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Movers & Shakers: Fluid Handling Appointments, Awards & Acquisitions for September 2014

A digest of September 2014 business news & notes from around the fluid handling industry.

More

From Humble Beginnings, Endress+Hauser Marks Another Milestone In the Rise of Its U.S. Business

Endress+Hauser has traveled a long road in growing its U.S. business from its humble beginnings in the 1970s to where it stands now as the company’s largest market outside of Germany. The following timeline provides a sense of just how far E+H U.S. has come. More