The new Neles NDX has a far greater versatility for different actuator types and sizes. The 2.0 is pretty much a universal, one for all solution that serves equally well in both linear and rotary valve applications. This of course opens up possibilities for numerous new end customer segments to enjoy the benefits of the NDX smart valve control technology. Now more people can see and feel the benefits of what we call sustainability 2.0.
How does efficiency and performance translate into improved sustainability?
The numbers are very telling in this case. With the Neles NDX 2.0 you can potentially reduce the consumption of air by up to 90%. When the valve assembly uses less pressurized air during its operation, it means that the energy consumption of every valve assembly fitted with an Neles NDX 2.0 valve controller potentially consumes 90% less electricity and therefore also causes 90% less CO2 emissions compared to a competing valve assembly.
The improved sustainability obviously also goes hand in hand with monetary savings. Major reductions in energy consumption in valve applications can already been seen on a process or plant level as improved profitability. When improvements and advances in technology result in both better environmental performance and long-term financial benefits, it is hard to find a reason not to jump on board.