Energy, Power

Energy, Power January 1, 1970

Control Engineering Highlights the 40 Best Products of 2000

Control Engineering editors— in the 14th annual process—highlighted the best products of the year, based on technological advancement, impact on the market, and service to industry.Editors selected from among thousands of products mentioned in Control Engineering and Control Engineering Online during year 2000, in nine product categories: Control components; Human-machine interface...

By Antonia E. McBride, and Control Engineering Staff
Energy, Power January 1, 1970

Terminal Blocks

Trends in Terminal BlocksIncreased use of IDC technologyIncreased functionalityOne-stop shoppingReduced panel spaceTerminal blocks evolved from simple input/output devices to the contemporary products we see today. Used originally in the automotive and telecommunication industries, these wire termination devices have become the building blocks for a wide range of industries.

By Antonia E. McBride, assistant editor
Energy, Power January 1, 1970

Short of time, budget? Have a webcast ‘learn in’

Short of time or travel funds to get out to a conference or trade show? "Learn in" with Control Engineering. Via streaming video, we're offering two new opportunities to prepare for the challenges ahead. Click into Control Engineering Online—our upgraded NMW 2001 section adds dozens of short video interviews to editors' highlights of technology introductions, digital images, and on-scree...

By Mark T. Hoske, Editor-in-Chief mhoske@cahners.com
Energy, Power January 1, 1970

Foxboro secures SCADA system contract in China

Foxboro, Mass.— The Foxboro Company, a unit of Invensys Process Automation, announced March 19 that it has been awarded a $15 million SCADA system contract for the Shanxi Wanjiazhai Yellow River Diversion Project in China. This important project, funded by the World Bank, diverts floodwaters from the Yellow River to communities in Shanxi province, thereby mitigating life-threatening flood...

By Staff
Energy, Power January 1, 1970

Pumps eliminate fugitive emissions

Holliston, Mass.— American Lewa offers a full line of high pressure, zero-leakage process pumps that have no dynamic seals or bearings in contact with the process fluid, provide double containment, high reliability, and meet API 675 standards. The pumps feature two PTFE diaphragms sandwiched and hydraulically balanced to operate as a backup for each other, thereby providing double contai...

By Staff