The following is the first installment in what will be a new monthly blog series called the “Editor's File.” My goal with this series is to highlight a handful of noteworthy items from the month that was.
While the presentations at the 2014 Emerson Global Users Exchange varied widely around the theme of “Inspiring Ingenuity,” it was clear that the message for the delegation of press gathered to cover the event was Reliability, Reliability, Reliability.
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.
Viega’s new mobile promotion truck hit the road at the beginning of August and is traveling from coast to coast across the continental United States showcasing Viega’s system solutions.
This month Flow Control introduces the Level, Pressure & Temperature Technology Report, and we announce two victories in a leading publishing industry awards program.
exida, a certification and research firm that provides functional safety and cyber security certification for the process industries, is now accepting nominations for its 2014 exida Safety Awards.
It is my pleasure to welcome Tom O’Banion as a member of the Flow Control Editorial Advisory Board. I encourage you to read the following short Q&A for some perspective on the wealth of knowledge Mr. O’Banion will bring to Flow Control magazine and FlowControlNetwork.com.
A digest of 6 helpful online tools for engineers, operators, and mechanics involved with industrial pumping systems.
At the time of this writing, West Virginia’s governor, Earl Ray Tomblin, has ordered Freedom Industries to begin removing the above-ground storage tanks and associated piping and machinery at its Charleston chemical facility, which was responsible for a Jan. 9 spill that contaminated the water supply for an estimated 300,000 West Virginians.