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METERING MEASUREMENT & CONTROL


TREATMENT DISINFECTION IMPLEMENTATION


Knows what’s happening … before it even happens. X-tremely clever: the new gamma/ X


Pressure too high or air in the pump head? The new gamma/ X automatically detects potential issues – and fixes them before they can actually turn into problems.


www.prominent.com/gammaX Enquiry No. 6a


x Solenoid-driven diaphragm metering pump for 2 to 45 l/h at back-pressure from 25 to 2 bar


x Intelligent control electronics x Without failure-prone sensors x Integrated timer for timer-controlled metering x Cavitation detection x Automatic venting system


Protect your people, plant and processes


Stay SAFE from STATIC The movement of process liquids in the transportation of petroleum products between storage tankers and road tankers can cause an electrostatic discharge. Providing a verified connection to earth for the vehicle and electrically conductive hoses along with preventative measures for the elimination of splash filling must be considered.


Let Newson Gale help you mitigate such risks, using certified grounding and bonding clamps, visual verification systems and interlocking control units.


Are you protected? Don't compromise on safety, discuss your installation and arrange a FREE SITE VISIT: call +44 (0)115 940 7500 today!


Leading the way in hazardous area static control www.newson-gale.co.uk


Enquiry No. 6b 6 www.reviewonline.uk.com


NG UK Advert 180x128mm_012019_V4 storage and tanks 23 July 2019 08:33:06


INDUSTRIAL PROCESS REVIEW


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