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The ISA Automation Expo is back, and so is Edmonton Valve

by Taryn Hardes, on Wed, Apr 30, 2014 @ 08:04 AM

Stop by to check out our grab sample station and other custom solutions

We're back again this year at the ISA Automation Expo & Conference. The show runs April 30 and May 1 at the Edmonton Expo Centre in 
Halls F and G.

As always, the show brings in automation, instrumentation and systems professionals from a wide range of industries including oil and gas, mining, power, water, forestry, agriculture, engineering consulting and more.

The conference itself has more than two dozen seminars on topics such as calibration, repairs and cyber security. New this year is a networking happy hour on April 30 from 3 to 5 p.m.

Worth a visit

Of course we hope you'll stop by the Edmonton Valve & Fitting booth and say hello to our account managers who are manning the booth. They will be glad to show you our Grab Sample Station, one of the custom solutions you can get from Edmonton Valve and Fitting. This sample station can be used for obtaining a sample at any given moment in the plant, so that you can get the most accurate data possible to analyze. 

The sample cylinder assembly allows for easy installation. At the inlet we have a four-way switching valve. We can create a path that takes the fluid through a customizable flow meter and a gauge to make sure the process conditions are just right and then collect in the sample cylinder.

Grab Sample Station

Our display also will showcase some of our Pre-Engineered Subsystems, including our Fast Loop Module and Sample Probe Module. Some customers still aren't familiar with our line of regulators, so both our K Series and RHPS Series will be on display.

We're in booth 1026, just inside the entrance doors to the exhibit hall, four booths down to the right.

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