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Tackling pollution control in diesel generating sets

Tackling pollution control in diesel generating sets
The introduction of Tier 4 and Tier 5 emissions regulations continue to have an impact on manufacturers of diesel engines and the final products in which they are used. Tier 4 has already been implemented for non-emergency generating sets and it seems only a matter of time before they will have to meet Tier 5 requirements. To help manufacturers meet both current and future emissions regulations, Burkert can develop complete dosing packages for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems. 
19th December 2018

Marstons is chilling with Burkert

Marstons is chilling with Burkert
For Marstons brewery in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, replacing control valves on the main chiller system would improve reliability. However, the process control components were initially looking expensive - that is until a call to Burkert revealed a much more cost-effective solution. Replacing ageing equipment or expanding a production line are suitable opportunities to take stock of new technologies and how they can improve productivity and reduce project costs. 
11th December 2018

Hygienic solutions at EHEDG Conference 2018

Hygienic solutions at EHEDG Conference 2018
Professionals operating in hygienic sectors will be able to meet with Burkert at this year’s European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG) Conference in London from the 21st to 22nd November, with the business demonstrating EHEDG approved solutions for food and beverage applications. 
16th November 2018


Jamaican patties still a favourite thanks to valves

Jamaican patties still a favourite thanks to valves
June this year marked 30 years that Cleone Foods has produced Jamaican patties and distributed them under its Island Delight brand name. Working for such a long time, the company relies on its process equipment to ensure an uninterrupted supply of its tasty products and Burkert has proven itself up to the task with process valves that have been in operation for ten years before requiring a service.
13th November 2018

SPS IPC Drives: Valve island designed for food and beverage industry

SPS IPC Drives: Valve island designed for food and beverage industry
Maximum system availability and process reliability for pneumatic controllers is the goal of a partnership between Bürkert and Siemens. The result of the cooperation is the new Type 8647 AirLINE SP valve island, which is compatible with the Siemens I/O system SIMATIC ET 200SP. Bürkert will present the valve island system at SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg from 22nd to 24th November 2016.
2nd November 2018

Multifunction controller boasts Ethernet connectivity

Multifunction controller boasts Ethernet connectivity
The Type 8619 multiCELL controller from Burkert is a popular choice for delivering multi-channel measurement and control for a range of sensors. Now the benefits for process control systems have been extended with the addition of Ethernet connectivity, which will reduce installation time and greatly improve the connectivity of the control network.
17th September 2018

Micro dosing; creating an application specific solution

Micro dosing; creating an application specific solution
Industries that employ micro dosing technology such as pharmaceuticals, medical applications and inkjet printing represent a diverse variety of applications. What is essential is that the most appropriate design and materials choice can be made for each one. Author: Tony Brennan, Field Segment Manager Gas & Micro for Bürkert Fluid Control Systems.
24th July 2018

Precision temperature control for manufacturing

Precision temperature control for manufacturing
It can be a challenge to maintain efficiency in manufacturing processes that rely on rapid temperature change, they are energy intensive and will often form a natural bottle-neck in an overall process. Implementing a new control strategy that is both more accurate and responsive can therefore bring improvements to both productivity and process efficiency.
19th July 2018

Minimising waste in hygienic control valve applications

Minimising waste in hygienic control valve applications
  Manufacturing processes that operate under hygienic conditions are arguably under more pressures to increase efficiency and reduce waste due to high relative operating costs. However, this specialist area is required to prioritise cleanliness and precision ahead of other considerations, which can lead to some cost saving opportunities being missed.
5th July 2017

Electromotive valves as alternative for food applications

Electromotive valves as alternative for food applications
Launching two new electromotive process valves, Bürkert Fluid Control Systems, designed Types 3360 & 3361 to represent the latest innovation offering a precision control solution without the need for compressed air. Designed as a complete unit, the new valves provide a robust, highly efficient solution suitable for applications in the food and beverage industry where reliability, precision and clean operation are also key factors.
8th September 2016

Keeping control valves clean, inside and out

Keeping control valves clean, inside and out
Modern hygienic fluid control applications demand very high standards in terms of cleanliness, not only for the components directly in contact with the process medium, but also for the external surfaces. Designing and installing complete fluid control systems that meet these stringent criteria requires expert design capabilities and innovative manufacturing facilities, as well as a considerable understanding of the applications.
22nd August 2016

Innovative control valves used for retrofit safety

Innovative control valves used for retrofit safety
Partly due to the necessity of reducing production costs, but also to help meet food safety standards and personnel safety legislation, the food and beverage industry has embraced automation. By taking a modular approach to automation, plant owners can gradually introduce new technologies and expand the number of automated processes, in order to maintain productivity and keep up with the latest safety legislation.
10th August 2016

Level sensing technologies

Level sensing technologies
One of the most common functions for process control is level sensing, but it also uses a wide range of technologies to achieve the same goal. Therefore it is important to select the correct design for each application to ensure a reliable and accurate system. Bürkert UK’s, Midlands Area Technical Sales and Sensors worker, Greg Wainhouse, explained some of the various designs which are available.
27th July 2016

Precision mass-flow control technology in burners

Precision mass-flow control technology in burners
In any industry the use of burners requires careful gas control to maintain a uniform process and to achieve maximum efficiency and of course for safety. Achieving higher levels of gas metering precision and integrating the function into a system can be difficult, but Bürkert’s new package can be customised to suit a range of applications that employs the latest in precision mass-flow control technology.
15th July 2016

Control valves can reduce energy and increase productivity

Taking a modular approach to automation, plant owners can slowly introduce new technologies and expand on the numbers of automated processes, as the food and beverage industry has embraced automation.
13th July 2016

Bürkert launches Virtual Water Treatment Works

Bürkert launches Virtual Water Treatment Works
Bürkert has announced the launch of its new Virtual Water Treatment Works (VWTW). Designed to allow easy online access to the latest Bürkert water industry products, the virtual site shows products in the context of their application. It combines interactive content such as videos and animated 3D renders with information essentials such as downloadable brochures and latest news feeds.
1st July 2016

Building selective catalytic reduction systems

Building selective catalytic reduction systems
Increasing pressure to reduce harmful emissions into the atmosphere has led to a number of design changes for internal combustion engines as well as addition investment by coal fired power stations and waste incinerators. As attention turns to the oxides of nitrogen, which are collectively known as NOx gases, commercial diesel engine manufacturers, amongst others, are looking for packaged solutions that will deliver reliable emissions control.
15th June 2016

Emerging food preservation technology requires precision control

Emerging food preservation technology requires precision control
Our ability to preserve food has a long history - with more recent developments being directed by the desire to maintain nutritional value in addition to the original taste and texture of the food. Research in this field within the UK is helping to develop new techniques that can be applied on an industrial scale and one company at the forefront of this field is Campden BRI.
26th May 2016

Precision gas control for experimental combustion rig

Precision gas control for experimental combustion rig
Designing and manufacturing one-off pieces of equipment requires considerable engineering skill, especially when that equipment is required to control combustible gases and deliver precisely repeatable results. So when Saflame was approached to design an experimental combustion rig which required precise, independent control of three gases, it turned to Bürkert Fluid Control Systems to provide the solution.
18th May 2016

Compressed air obsolete with electromotive process valves

Compressed air obsolete with electromotive process valves
New electromotive process valves (Types 3360 & 3361) from Bürkert are the company’s latest innovation, offering precision control without the need for compressed air. The new valves are designed as a complete unit and provide a robust, highly efficient solution suitable for process applications where reliability and precision are key factors.
28th April 2016


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