March 2014, Vol. 241 No. 3

Features

Advance in Corrosion Protection Supports Pipeline Applications

Keeping field equipment safe and reliable is vitally important to ensure ongoing operations at pipeline and gas installations. However, due to corrosion, devices for replacing and repairing equipment can rapidly become expensive, especially when the related system downtime is also considered. To address this problem, corrosion protection should be a prime focus in the field of electric actuation. Electric actuators automate industrial valves of any type and size. In compliance with the operational commands issued by the distributed control system (DCS), or the setpoint definitions, the equipment adjusts valve positions and contributes significantly to the precise control and reg

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