Water Journal : Water Journal May 2014
WATER MAY 2014 84 Water Business DN1200 Tonkin concrete pipes. Associated works include construction of two new pits. For more information please go to www.wigroup.com.au EMERSON INTRODUCES NEW WIRELESS TRANSMITTER Emerson Process Management has introduced the Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable Wireless Pressure Transmitter, designed to directly measure two process variables in one installation so users can gain greater insight into their process without increasing installation costs. The more devices there are in a facility, the greater the required cost and time investments for installation, scheduled maintenance and downtime. Now users can simplify installation and maintenance routines with the Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable Wireless Pressure Transmitter. Because the transmitter measures differential and static pressure, users can reduce pipe penetrations and impulse piping along with their associated costs. The static pressure sensor is available as either true gage or absolute, which allows for reduced maintenance and calibration costs. Backed by Emerson's proven experience in Smart Wireless eld instrumentation, users have instant visibility to their measurements through a non-intrusive, WirelessHART® monitoring system. With Rosemount 3051S wireless transmitters, users can monitor more assets throughout their facilities with greater than 99% reliability and at 40% to 60% cost savings over wired installations. The Rosemount 3051S MultiVariable Wireless Pressure Transmitter delivers a decade of maintenance-free performance with a 10-year stability speci cation, making it the most cost-effective and reliable way to monitor assets while also reducing installation costs. For more information please visit www.rosemount.com/3051SMVWireless RPC HOSTS WELCOME RECEPTION TO KICK OFF 2014 COMPOSITES AUSTRALIA CONFERENCE Hunter manufacturer, RPC Technologies, recently hosted delegates from Composite Australia's conference in Newcastle with a tour of its Broadmeadow facilities. Conference delegates and speakers came from around the world to be part of the largest conference focusing on composite materials in Australasia. RPC Technologies has been a leader in the eld for over 40 years, specialising in the use of composite materials such as bre-reinforced plastics, glass-reinforced plastics and carbon bre. The company's engineering and manufacturing operations extend throughout Australia and South Asia, employing over 500 skilled staff. RPC Managing Director, Tony Caristo, points to the remarkable strength, corrosion resistance, lightness and energy ef ciency of modern composite materials. "These characteristics set composites apart from older generation materials. They are the reasons why we are seeing composites being applied to a growing array of different manufacturing, infrastructure and environmental applications," he says.
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