- August 19, 2008
- FCI - Fluid Components International
Translated flow and instrumentation technical information is available on the searchable Spanish-language web site.
August 19, 2008— Fluid Components International released the new Spanish-language version of its web site. Spanish speaking equipment designers, instrumentation, process control and plant engineers with challenging flow measurement applications in air, gas or liquids can now easily access the latest technology and solutions information. FCI’s informative and easy to use Spanish-language web site is at www.fluidcomponents.com/es The company has translated its entire set of comprehensive technical information, developed from over 40 years of solving the flow and level challenges of the process and plant engineering community worldwide. The searchable Spanish-language web site is another step in FCI’s mission to be the global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative solutions for the most challenging requirements for sensing, measuring and controlling the flow and level of air, gases and liquids. “Our newly translated web site provides a rich source of flow and instrumentation information for our Spanish speaking customers and partners,” said Randy Brown, Director of Marketing. “The new site will enable Spanish speaking engineers and facilities/plant managers in chemical, wastewater treatment, electric power generation (nuclear and coal-fired), food/beverage, oil/gas, pharmaceutical, pulp/paper, and more to quickly locate detailed information for solving their air, gas and liquid flow and level measurement applications,” Brown added. FCI’s products are requested by name in some of the world’s most demanding environments for flow instrumentation. They are recognized for their precision accuracy and repeatability in harsh conditions, where their high performance ensures both end-product quality and operational safety. The company offers a broad range of solutions from off-the-shelf devices to custom-engineered systems. Flow meters from FCI are available with either Coriolis or thermal dispersion mass flow sensors. FCI’s advanced flow meters combine precision flow measurement accuracy with a rugged design that is compatible with caustic, corrosive, humid and high temperature environments. They are highly reliable, easy to install, require virtually no maintenance and are designed for long-life. FCI flow switches feature an advanced no-moving parts thermal dispersion flow sensor that makes them ideal for a wide range of point-level process applications. Their versatile design also allows them to measure flow or level or temperature. Custom designed flow and level sensors for OEM applications from FCI are ideal for use in a wide range of industrial equipment where monitoring, high/low alarming, metering, switching and totalizing are required. Suitable for air, liquid or gas applications, these devices feature advanced micro-electronics for direct mass flow measurement in a rugged, no-moving parts design that offers exceptionally high reliability and long-life. Flow conditioners developed by FCI’s Vortab Company provide a low pressure loss solution to correcting flow profile irregularities that affect the accuracy of flow instrumentation. In today’s crowded plants, elbows, valves, blowers and other devices in the pipeline can disrupt flowing media, which reduces measurement accuracy. Vortab® flow conditioners eliminate these flow disturbances to ensure accurate data. FCI calibrates its own flow instruments and today operates one of the industry’s leading flow analysis and calibration laboratories. All laboratory equipment is National Institute of Standards (NIST) traceable, as well as certified to ISO 9001:2000 and AS9000 compliant. The company’s advanced technologies include mechanical design, advanced materials, metallurgy, electronics, communications and more. Fluid Components International is a global company committed to meeting the needs of its customers through innovative solutions to the most challenging requirements for sensing, measuring and controlling flow and level of air, gases and liquids.Learn More
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