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GE Oil & Gas: LM9000 and NovaLT12 Gas Turbines

GE Oil & Gas introduced two new technologies at the 2017 Annual Meeting, in Florence, Italy: super-efficient gas turbines LM9000 and NovaLT12.

The LM9000 is a 65MW, 43% simple cycle efficiency Aeroderivative Gas Turbine, derived from the proven GE90 jet engine fitted on Boeing 777. The LM9000 delivers 50% longer maintenance interval, 20% more power and 40% lower NOx emissions, resulting in 20% lower cost of ownership for LNG customers. In addition to LNG applications in off and onshore, it can also be utilized for simple cycle, cogeneration and combined cycle power generation.

GE Oil and Gas NovaLT12GE Oil & Gas also launched the latest addition to its growing family of heavy-duty gas turbines the NovaLT12 . An efficient, flexible, modular turbine designed for high efficiency and lower total cost of ownership than market peers, the NovaLT12 was developed with a special focus on oil and gas midstream operations — both mechanical drive and power generation — and is well suited to a wide range of upstream and downstream applications. The NovaLT12 leverages the success of GE’s NovaLT gas turbines program overall, which includes the NovaLT16 and that of the NovaLT5, designed to meet residential, industrial and commercial customers’ needs with a reliable and efficient plug and play solution below 20 MW. With an efficiency of up to 85% in cogeneration applications, these gas turbines represent an advanced solution to produce heat and power, and they can increase industrial plant efficiency while reducing NOx and CO2 emissions.

For more information, visit www.geoilandgas.com


DeZURIK: Valve Selection Guide for the Mining Industry

DeZURIK Valve Selection Guide for the Mining IndustryDeZURIK’s newly revised Valve Selection Guide for the Mining Industry is designed to assist users in navigating the valve selection process. The guide features information on DeZURIK/APCO/Hilton’s complete line of innovative valves for mining applications including slurry, gate, plug, butterfly, check, air, and rotary control valves.

The updated Valve Selection Guide for Mining is highlighted by a detailed valve selection chart, which uses color-coded ratings to categorize each valve style’s usage based on function, type of media, and individual characteristics ranging from flow capacity to pressure ratings and shutoff class.

The guide is designed to serve as a starting point in the valve selection process. DeZURIK’s global team of representatives and application engineers are readily available to assist in selecting the right valves and materials for each specific application.

For more information, visit www.dezurik.com

Spirax Sarco: EP500 Electropneumatic Valve Positioner

Spirax Sarco EP500 Electropneumatic Valve PositionerSpirax Sarco announces the release of the EP500, the world’s first ergonomically designed electropneumatic valve positioner. The EP500 has a cast aluminum enclosure that is suitable for outdoor installations. It utilizes simple force-balance control technology and can be mounted onto pneumatic actuators with strokes between 10mm and 70mm. With two gauges to indicate the supply air pressure and the output pressure to the pneumatic actuator, zero and span adjustments are easily accomplished.

For more information, visit www.spiraxsarco.com

GE Oil & Gas: NovaLT12 Gas Turbines

GE oilandgas novalt16GE Oil & Gas has launched its latest NovaLT12 gas turbines for cogeneration applications (CHP). The NovaLT12 leverages the success of GE’s NovaLT gas turbines program overall, designed to meet residential, industrial, commercial customers’ needs with a reliable and efficient plug and play solution below 20 MW. With an efficiency of up to 85% in CHP, these gas turbines represent an advanced solution to produce heat and power, and they can increase industrial plant efficiency while reducing NOx and CO2 emissions. 

For more information, visit www.geoilandgas.com

Mueller Co: Shur Stop PE Line Stopping System

Mueller Co Shur Stop PE Line Stopping SystemMueller Co. has introduced a line stopping solution designed specifically for polyethylene (PE) pipes distributing natural gas.

The Shur Stop™ PE Line Stopping System incorporates Mueller Co.’s well-known NO-BLO® technology providing leak-free performance. It increases the safety of utility workers by giving them complete control of natural gas flow during stop off. The Shur Stop PE system is a safe alternative to pipeline “squeezing” techniques historically used by the natural gas industry.

After removing a small coupon of the polyethylene pipe, the mechanical stopper is inserted into the pipe and expanded to safely shut off natural gas flow so pipe service operations can occur.

For more information, visit www.muellerwaterproducts.com

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