Nuclear valve actuator maintenance programme explained|
30 noviembre 2015, (Reino Unido)
A new publication from Rotork Hiller describes the benefits of the maintenance programme which the company performs for nuclear power industry valve actuators.
Since the 1960s Rotork Hiller has been a key supplier of safety-related actuators for the nuclear power industry, with a focus on Main Steam Isolation Valve (MSIV) and Main Feedwater Isolation Valve (MFIV) applications. During this time Hiller's maintenance programme has been developed, refined and successfully utilised by many commercial nuclear power plant operators... [+]
Servo Valve DECV: More precision and lower operating costs for hydraulic control systems |
19 noviembre 2015, (Alemania)
The new Voith servo valve DECV (Direct Electronic Copy Valve) is a further development of the Voith copy valve, which has already proven itself in countless hydraulic control systems. It combines the excellent operating characteristics and robustness with innovative valves and the associated electronic control. The single-stage, direct actuation ensures precise control: Through impulse response and accuracy, the DECV servo valve responds to demanding drive tasks. With a step response of only seven milliseconds, the DECV belongs to the class of highly dynamic valves. Thanks to the direct actuation, a hysteresis of considerably less than one percent is reached.
||Fuente: Voith / Susanne Speiser |
Schlumberger-Cameron Merger Receives Unconditional Clearance from US Department of Justice|
17 noviembre 2015, Houston (TX) (USA)
Schlumberger Limited (NYSE: SLB) and Cameron International Corporation (NYSE: CAM) jointly announced today that the U.S. Department of Justice has cleared their proposed merger without any conditions, granting early termination of the waiting period required by the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 with respect to the proposed merger.
The closing of the proposed merger remains subject to approval by Cameron stockholders and the satisfaction or waiver of the other closing conditions contained in the merger agreement between Schlumberger and Cameron. As previously announced by Cameron, the special meeting of stockholders of Cameron is scheduled for December 17, 2015, during which stockholders of Cameron will consider and vote upon the proposed adoption of the agreement and plan of merger between the companies...[+]