TPT March 2023

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Neles NDX 2.0 intelligent valve controller for more sustainable industrial processes

The Neles NDX™ 2.0 is a next-generation intelligent valve controller offering more sustainable valve control performance for all process industries, valves and applications. With its modular design, Neles NDX 2.0 is easy to install, use and service. It was showcased at the Valve World Expo and Conference 2022 in Germany. “Valmet’s flow control business has a long history of developing valve automation technologies. We’ve been very strong in valve controller products and currently rank among the top three biggest manufacturers of valve controllers in the world,” said Kalle Suurpää, vice-president of valve controls and actuators at Valmet’s flow control business line. The Neles NDX 2.0 has universal performance: it is designed to work on top of any valve and actuator, regardless of the manufacturer or valve size. It also provides interoperability with the most common automation systems and is suitable for all operating environments. “We have utilised customer feedback to take the usability of Neles NDX to the next level. The renewed user interface makes it easier and simpler to use, increasing reliability and safety in daily operations,” Mr Suurpää added.

The Neles NDX™ 2.0 valve controller provides a sustainable solution for all process industries, valves and applications

The Neles NDX 2.0 offers savings in air consumption and, consequently, in energy efficiency. “The pneumatic relay of the controller has been redesigned so that it consumes approximately 80 to 90 per cent less air than the conventional controllers. Thanks to the lower air consumption, the NDX 2.0 provides significant energy savings and reduces CO 2 emissions throughout its lifecycle,” said Niklas Lindfors, director, positioners product centre, flow control business line, Valmet. The Neles NDX 2.0 is a versatile solution for all actuator sizes, linear or rotary action, and the customer can cover all their needs at one plant, while minimising the items in inventory. Valmet expanded its offering with valve solutions in April 2022, when the industrial flow control company Neles was merged into Valmet. Neles is now a flow control business line at Valmet. Its valve automation offering ranges from limit switches to reliable actuators and intelligent valve controllers with diagnostics. Valmet Motion and control technologies company, Parker Hannifin, was present at Bauma 2022 to showcase its portfolio of key technologies with the theme ‘Projecting and engineering a greener future’. Featuring an ‘earth-moving’ centrepiece, Parker’s stand had a dedicated area for company expects to deliver more than 15 talks throughout the week on topics covering electrification, hydrogen technologies and material science, IoT, alternative fuel delivery systems and engine and hydraulic filtration. The company presented various solutions for the construction and mining industries. Visitors were able to explore new products and learn about their technical specifications, capabilities and benefits. An early highlight in Parker’s Bauma week was a ‘Bauma Special’ Expert Insights talk featuring Paul Horvat, VP of business development for Parker’s Motion Systems Group, and Shawn Horner, VP of Parker’s Motion Technology Centre. A greener future at Bauma 2022 event

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