Endress+Hauser Releases FMR5XRadar Level Transmitters
Endress+Hauser introduces Micropilot FMR5X series of free space radar level transmitters. The FMR5X has software with multi-echo tracking algorithms and functions to suppress interference echoes, thus providing accuracy up to ±0.078 inch (2mm) for level measurement of liquids and bulk solids products.
Amarinth Wins Its First Order From INEOS For Flare Knock-Out Pumps
Amarinth, a leading company specialising in the design, application and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and associated equipment to the Oil & Gas, petrochemical, chemical and industrial markets, has won an order from INEOS to supply two API 610 OH2 pumps with Plan 53B seal support systems for the flare knock-out system at the INEOS onshore refinery at Grangemouth, Scotland
Strengthening Of Petrochemical Operations In Japan
Asahi Kasei Corp., Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corp., and Asahi Kasei E-materials Corp. have made a decision to strengthen their petrochemical operations in Japan
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