Emerson of St. Louis, MO, has announced the retirement of chief executive officer David Farr. Lal Karsanbhai, who has served as executive president of the company’s Automation Solutions business since 2018, will become the new CEO of Emerson and join the board of directors.
A decrease in machine availability due to power quality issues disturbs the natural flow of process and discrete manufacturing, leading to lost productivity, increased maintenance requirements and eroded customer trust.
Emerson has announced its ASCO series 353 pulse valve has been redesigned to help OEMs and end-users achieve a more effective, efficient and convenient bag cleaning. With a higher peak pressure, wider temperature range, patented quick mount clamp connection and overall part simplification, the series is said to provide longer bag and filter life and lower maintenance.
Houston-based Emerson has signed a multi-year agreement with YPF S.A., an Argentinian energy company, for Emerson’s exploration and production (E&P) software for seismic data interpretation and visualization.
Emerson has introduced the redesigned ASCO series 353 Pulse Valve, designed to achieve a more effective, efficient and convenient bag cleaning. With a higher peak pressure, temperature range of -40° to 140°C, patented quick mount clamp connection and overall part simplification, the series provides longer bag and filter life and lower maintenance, the company says.
BinMaster of Lincoln, NE, has entered into a new direct license agreement with Emerson, a global engineering and technology company. Under the terms of the agreement, BinMaster has acquired an exclusive license to manufacture and distribute the 3D Solids Scanner level sensor and its associated software worldwide.
To help manufacturers ensure the highest accuracy and confidence in plant measurement systems, Emerson has added the Sigmafine platform to its software portfolio.
Emerson of St. Louis, MO, has acquired the Spence and Nicholson product lines from Circor International. The acquisition complements Emerson’s broad portfolio of steam system solutions for process industries and commercial buildings.
Emerson has released the Micro Motion 4200 2-wire loop-powered Coriolis transmitter, a new design said to make it possible to replace existing 2-wire flow devices with minimal effort and without incurring additional power or cabling costs.
Across process industries, the success of major capital projects is jeopardized by traditional automation system commissioning practices and their associated problems: missed deadlines, errors, and stretched-thin personnel.