Technical Articles

Assured Automation has published these technical articles:

(Valves)
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Now any pneumatic control system can be designed to automatically shutdown in a local fi re or excess heat situation. The FireChek® can be installed on most fail-safe standard pneumatically...
(Valves)
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Increasingly, instrumentation engineers rely on suppliers such as Assured Automation (assuredautomation.com) and A. R. Wilfley & Sons (www.wilfley.com) to provide online configurators to automate the...
(Valves)
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Relatively inexpensive safety instrumented systems such as the FM FireSafe Thermal and Electro-Thermal Shutoff Valves sold by Assured Automation are used in many plant applications where flammable...
(Valves)
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The two most common methods used to trigger a thermal shutoff, eliciting a failure position in pneumatically operated Emergency Shut Down and Emergency Isolation Valves are: (1) Fusible Plugs, and (2)...
(Valves)
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Today, you can go to a website, search for a valve for your application, add any variety of valve automation components, and see the quote and illustration for the configuration on your screen with...
(Valves)
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With restrictions on space and cost, instrumentation engineers can now simplify their emergency shutoff using the thermally activated, pneumatic shutoff valve right on the pneumatic actuator. When a...
(Valves)
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The installation of emergency block valves (EBV) on process piping and equipment is a key component of the various layers of protection. EBVs are used to shut down the system in the event of an...
(Valve Actuators and Positioners)
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Pneumatic and Electric Actuators each have advantages and disadvantages. The criteria in determining which is the best actuator includes the power source, on/off or modulating control valve function,...