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Magnetic Flow Meter Technology For Water Injection

Magnetic Flow Meter Technology For Water Injection

A leading oil and gas producer in Indonesia wanted to maximise the production from one of its mature fields using water flooding (secondary recovery) process.

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The project involved construction of water injection facilities and revamp of existing production facilities at site.

The oil and gas major has been using turbine flow meters for several years for water injection application. However, they were looking for a suitable alternate option because of the problems associated with turbine flow meters. Some of these were unreliable flow measurements due to dirty water with sand residue, frequent failure of the internals of the turbine flow meter due to high process pressure, and no bypass line to remove the meter for periodic maintenance.

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Emerson’s Shanghai Research And Development Center Recognised For Innovation In Welding And Precision Cleaning

Emerson’s Shanghai Research And Development Center Recognised For Innovation In Welding And Precision Cleaning

Branson R&D Center receives designation for exceptional work delivering high-performance plastic and metal assembly technology to China and the world.

The Shanghai municipal government recognised Emerson’s Branson Research and Development Center for its contributions to technical innovation in ultrasonic, laser, vibration, infrared and thermal plastic welding, as well as ultrasonic metal welding and precision cleaning.

In a Nov. 19 ceremony, Gong Zheng, mayor of Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, presented the designation “Shanghai Multinational Company R&D Center” to Emerson’s David Shen, general manager for Emerson’s Branson welding and assembly products. The Center, which employs a staff of more than 30 R&D personnel, was one of nine organisations recognised that day for meeting specific investment, employment, facility, and technology transfer and adoption benchmarks set by the government.

“China’s industrial supply chain is undergoing a rapid economic recovery, a factor that has injected confidence into the global fight against COVID-19,” said Shen. “We will continue to adhere to the localised development strategy of ‘in China, for China,’ using innovative technologies and industry expertise, proactively focusing on new product development, and contributing to the transformation and upgrading of industry.”

As a large-scale, comprehensive ultrasonic equipment production and technology development enterprise, Emerson is committed to technological innovation in the fields of plastic welding, ultrasonic metal welding and precision cleaning.

Shen added that as a trusted welding expert for leading companies in various industries in China, Emerson will continue to advance welding technology, provide customers with professional and reliable customised welding application solutions, and help customers to succeed in light of new market trends. “The strength of our research and development expertise contributes to this effort,” he noted.

The plastic and metal welding experts at the multinational center in Shanghai have played a primary role in developing and introducing key Emerson technologies to China and to the world. These include the Branson GLX-Micro ultrasonic plastic welder, the Branson GL-300 laser welder, the Branson GMX-20 ultrasonic metal spot welding platform, and the Branson GCX ultrasonic generator for precision ultrasonic cleaning systems.

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Emerson Agrees To Buy Aventics

Emerson Agrees To Buy Aventics

Missouri, US: At St Louis, Emerson announced on 17 May 2018 that it has agreed on terms to acquire Aventics from Triton for a cash purchase price of €527 million (about US$620 million). The acquisition complements and strengthens Emerson’s global presence in delivering fluid automation solutions.

Aventics is among the global leaders in smart pneumatics technologies that power machine and factory automation applications. Emerson is a leader in fluid automation technologies for process and industrial applications, with Aventics expanding the company’s reach in the growing $13 billion market.

Aventics builds upon and strengthens Emerson’s capabilities and solutions in key discrete and hybrid automation markets—including food and beverage, packaging, automotive assembly and medical equipment.

Emerson’s expanded offering creates one of the broadest portfolios of fluid control and pneumatic devices that incorporate sensing and monitoring capabilities to improve system uptime and performance, enhance safety and optimise energy usage. These technologies complement Emerson’s extensive innovation and leadership in improving operations through digitalisation, pervasive sensing and asset health monitoring.

“We will now offer the industry’s widest range of fluid automation products and solutions with unmatched delivery, reliability and performance. Now with the addition of Aventics’ expertise, Emerson is positioned to be a capable global company when it comes to fluid automation technologies,” said David N. Farr, chairman and chief executive officer of Emerson.

Mr Farr added: “This acquisition adds another strong, complementary technology portfolio into the Emerson family, creating value for our customers and more opportunities for growth.”

With central offices in Laatzen, Germany, Aventics has approximately 2,100 employees globally, five manufacturing locations and sales of $425 million in 2017.

“Aventics brings technologies, capabilities and expertise that are critical to digitalisation of manufacturing—including predictive maintenance through integrated diagnostics—an important priority for our Automation Solutions business,” said Mike Train, executive president of Emerson Automation Solutions.

Mr Train continued: “With Aventics, we will gain a valuable footprint in Germany—a key market for automation technology and investment.”

“Aventics also brings opportunities for Emerson to better serve customers in hybrid markets like food and beverage, providing intelligent devices and solutions from processing through packaging,” he continued.

The acquisition is expected to close in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018 subject to regulatory approvals, Aventics’ finalisation of necessary consultations and other customary closing conditions.

Greenhill & Co., LLC served as financial advisor to Emerson and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP served as legal advisor.

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