Which one is right for you and how much should it cost?
Nexus Controls, a Baker Hughes business forges strong partnership with customers to deliver increased cybersecurity protection for these critical Operational Technology (OT) networks.
SummaryThe customer, based in Scandinavia, is a municipal association that supplies fresh drinking water, processes rainwater, purifies wastewater and responsibly disposes of household waste for half a million customers. Its activity is spread over several affiliated locations, with 15 sewage treatment plants, several hundred pumping stations, large-scale waterworks and several smaller local waterworks. These plants were built 50 years ago, however, the population has since doubled. Therefore, to drive network optimization, better flow monitoring is key. ApplicationThe client wanted to understand if wastewater was equally distributed across two pipes at one of its wastewater facilities. As was common practice when these plants were constructed in the 1960s and 70s the pipes were made from cast iron, which is traditionally very hard to measure.• Wastewater• Cast Iron DN300 to DN400 (12” to 16”) • Temperature 15°C (59°F) • Pressure 2-3 barg (29 – 43.5 psig)ChallengeDue to the age of the iron pipes the wall thickness was unknown - the properties of cast iron pipes, plus wear over the years results in uneven pipe thickness. In addition, the cast iron material, debris and corrosion inside the pipe could cause scatter. The customer had trialed several other products, but they failed to provide the reliability and accuracy required.
With a virtual controller from Bently Nevada, you can have an accurate and easy-to-maintain simulator that only an original equipment manufacturer can provide.
Dr. Jasmine E. Raikkonen, ENT Forum, Denmark
Ed J. Boufarah - Vice President - Bently Nevada, a Baker Hughes Business talks at an interview with Oil & Gas Engineering about how we are responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
One high-speed train has 8 carriages with 6 to 8 pressure sensors installed in the brake control unit on each carriage.
The inspection technologies business of Baker Hughes Digital Solutions introduced a new name, logo and website on January 28, 2020.
Baker Hughes Digital Solutions consists of 19 product lines, including 6 unique brands that provide distinct expertise to their customers' applications.
A pioneer in condition monitoring and asset protection.
Global pressure measurement experts.
Your partner to control, secure, empower, monitor, and protect industrial operations.
A leader in flare, flow, gas & moisture measurement.
A leader for 50+ years in radiation measurement and downhole solutions.
Setting the global standard for non-destructive testing.