Engineered solutions to deliver the energy transition in a safe and sustainable way are the focus for Celeros Flow Technology at ADIPEC 2023.
Our COO, Rich Morin, will be driving the sustainability message as he takes part in the expert panel session discussing “Circular transformation of industries: a systemic approach”. This session takes place on Tuesday 3 October at 15:30 in Conference Room A. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the different aspects of circular manufacturing and what fundamental changes manufacturers need to make to embrace sustainability in their business models.
Over in the main exhibition, our team will be on hand on Booth 4470 to discuss the comprehensive lifecycle services we offer to help customers optimise plant design and ensure that conventional and renewable energy operations continue to function safely and efficiently, throughout their design life. Our services can also be applied to upgrade existing plant, for example, to accommodate new feedstocks, while reducing carbon emissions.
Among the flow control technologies we are showcasing this year is a range of pumps for carbon capture and storage (CCS) applications, developed by our ClydeUnion Pumps brand. Using technology that has been proven in oil & gas and power applications over many decades, these pumps are capable of meeting the new operational challenges involved in CCS, from initial capture to transportation and injection.
Advances in valves will also be on display, including the new CFT-Green sealing technology and improved M303 slab gate valve from M&J Valve. Both have the common aim of reducing fugitive emissions to reduce environmental impacts and improve operational efficiency.
We’ll also be promoting the benefits of our patented rate-of-rise surge relief solution from M&J Valve, which offers a proactive response to pressure change and can significantly reduce downtime, and the very large diameter Bandlock™2 Closures manufactured by GD Engineering.