Product Showcase

  1. DHH805 HART® Handheld Communicator
    12/17/2012

    DHH805 is a universal portable configuration tool that allows easy parameterization of ABB and third party HART® instruments.

  2. The ROSS™ - System Ceramic Membrane-Based Produced Water Treatment
    7/16/2012

    Veolia's ROSS Technology generates high-quality water suitable for fracking operations with high system recovery rates that minimize liquid waste generated.

  3. 1066 Liquid Analytical Transmitter
    6/29/2012

    This loop-powered analytical unit serves industrial, commercial and municipal applications with the widest range of liquid measurement inputs available for a two-wire liquid transmitter.

  4. CoriolisMaster FCB330 & 350 Coriolis Mass Flowmeters
    5/8/2012

    They are some of the most compact coriolis mass flowmeters on the market. With no up or downstream piping requirements they can be installed in the tightest spaces, enabling applications not possible before. 

  5. ProcessOR™ - Particle-Liquid Separations
    3/8/2012

    The ProcessOR® is a superior separator vessel often used for particle/liquid filtration or separation. It is available to be delivered as a self-contained skid (pictured) or a stand-alone vessel. It is also available custom sized as a capital sale or as a turn-key rental, which is often available within days of the received order.

  6. UltiSep® - Solid Particle And Liquid Aerosol Separation
    3/8/2012

    UltiSep® technology was developed to address the inherent deficiencies of the conventional gas-liquid separators, making it possible to effectively remove liquid aerosols from gas streams. UltiSep® flows from the inside-to-the-outside, reducing the gas velocity as the droplets are being removed. The media technology is specifically designed to provide the desired level of separation and has the capability of providing effective separation from nano-levels to that approximating a demister pad.

  7. API 610 Horizontal Process Pump — Model PWH
    2/15/2012
    PWH API 610 pump features are designed to increase efficiency and the life of the pump. Optional features can be added to improve the design for higher temperature applications. The horizontal pump’s bearing housing configuration allows for maximum parts interchangeability, improved heat dissipation, and prevent oil contamination. PWH also features the exclusive “Smart Lube System” for zero downtime oil mist conversion.
  8. LIQUISEP® Liquid-Liquid Separation Technology
    2/13/2012

    LiquiSep® technology has been implemented specifically to help separate emulsions that are not separable by conventional coalescers. Conventional coalescers are unable to provide the degree clarity associated with LiquiSep® technology due to the inability to capture and remove the most penetrating droplets that cause carry-over. LIQUISEP® can separate these dispersed and emulsified droplets from the hydrocarbon to practically nondetectable levels. Advances in the technology now permit horizontal installations, further reducing capital cost. The effluent from a typical LiquiSep® separation consist of two separate phases. One phase is a clear product hydrocarbon stream, and the second phase is a clear product aqueous stream.

  9. HRT™ Hydrocarbon Recovery Technology
    2/13/2012

    HRT® provides petroleum producers, refiners and gas processors dramatically improved solids control and hydrocarbon recovery from process water streams.

  10. POLAREX® Extractive Separations Technology
    2/13/2012

    Hydrocarbon Streams are contaminated by soluble polar (or ionic) contamination in a variety of ways (viz., caustic treatment, amine treatment, acid catalysts etc). The contaminant typically exists within the hydrocarbon phase in a soluble form, and in some cases it may not even be ionized within the non-polar hydrocarbon. Nevertheless, it is generally necessary to remove these contaminants. In some cases, the contaminants may poison downstream process equipment; or example, diesel fired turbines are sensitive to alkali metal contaminants; selective hydrogenation units (SHU) are sensitive to sodium). In other cases, these soluble contaminants represent an ongoing operating cost (i.e., amine dissolved in a C3/C4 stream needs to be made up with fresh (expensive) amine).