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The Chemours Company Supplying Carrier Products

The Chemours Company announced that its refrigerant has been selected by Carrier, after extensive testing and evaluation, as the primary lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant to replace R-410A in ducted residential and light commercial packaged products sold by Carrier in North America beginning in 2023.

"We are thrilled to work in collaboration with Carrier to bring about transformative change for the air-conditioning industry. Chemours is committed to delivering world-class technology through responsible chemistry that reduces impact on global climate change," says Diego Boeri, vice president of Chemours Fluorochemicals. 


Admiral Valve Announces Partnership with Diekson

Admiral Valve, LLC d/b/a CPV Manufacturing has appointed Diekson Valve and Diekson Industrial Co., Ltd. as its authorized representative in the country of Taiwan (R.O.C.). Diekson will represent the entire CPV product line for the compressed gas industry, the petrochemical industry and the oil & gas industry.

Established in 1983, Diekson Industrial Co., Ltd. is a professional trading company in Taiwan and China with a primary focus on petroleum refining, petrochemical processing, power generation, environmental protection and safety products. 

Emerson Completes Acquisition of iSolutions Inc.

Emerson has acquired iSolutions Inc., a Canadian-based consulting group with expertise designing and implementing data management solutions. As part of Emerson, iSolutions will help organizations deploy Emerson’s Plantweb digital ecosystem. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. 

Fetterolf Corporation Joins VMA

This week the Valve Manufacturers Association of America (VMA) welcomes Fetterolf Corporation as its newest full member. Fetterolf is the first new VMA member of 2019.

Headquarters and manufacturing facilities located in Skippack, PA, Fetterolf Corporation is a world-wide designer, manufacturer and distributor of specialty valves for the polymer and fine chemicals industry. 

Metso Ships First Valves With 3D Printed Parts

Metso has delivered the first valves with 3D printed parts from its Helsinki plant. The valves include 3D printed metal components that allow the valves to perform in a particularly demanding application where they need to withstand numerous fast open-close cycles without maintenance.

The 3D printed parts and related methodological investigations are part of a broader digitalization project at Metso. In addition to valve component production, Metso is already using 3D printing to additively manufacture tools used to make minerals consumables parts. 

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