The climate and health impacts of black carbon are driving the marine industry to make changes. The solution to the challenge is found in Valmet’s first-of-a-kind technology: a wet electrostatic precipitator (WESP).
UX design is recognized as being important but is often misunderstood. We take a closer look at what it entails and how it can benefit the process industry.
With increased demands for efficiency, sustainability and a skilled workforce, how will the industrial processes be operated going forward? We explore the trends and industry 4.0 evolution that will shape the future of process control for the years to come.
Valmet Wet Electrostatic Precipitator (WESP) has been selected as a finalist for the 2022 Seatrade Maritime Awards in the Sustainable Shipping category. The innovative device is used to capture particulate matter from wet exhaust gas streams. Besides black carbon and other forms of particulate matter, exhaust gas can include harmful aerosols, heavy metals and oil mist.
After 65 years of offering equipment and services that help customers to improve their process performance and ensure the safe flow of materials, Neles is recognized as a leader in valve control solutions. As a global company, its experience with components such as valves, actuators, digital controls, and switches, has earned it a reputation as the go to source for many process industries including pulp, paper and bioproducts, chemical and petrochemical, industrial gas, mining & metals, energy and hydrocarbon, to name a few.
Valmet is known for automation control system superiority when it comes to efficiently running equipment used in energy, pulp and paper and other industries. But when it comes to turbines, Valmet is a relatively new name.
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