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upstream oil and gas automation

6 Key Terms in Upstream Oil and Gas Automation

Upstream oil and gas automation refers to the growing trend of using electronic and digital tools to control production processes. For some, this is cause for excitement as they see opportunities for efficiency gains and lower emissions.  For others, it’s cause for anxiety as they feel intimidated by the seeming complexities of electric power.   In this video, Kimray Applications
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Oil and Gas Electrical Course

Looking for an oil and gas electrical course? Historically, oil and gas control products have been powered by mechanical and pneumatic means. More recently, however, many oil and gas producers are considering the use of electric power for their production sites. And a growing number have seen valve automation prove to be a productive investment.
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What’s the Difference Between Analog and Discrete Signals?

The difference between analog and discrete signals is like the difference between a light switch and a light switch with a dimmer. In this article, we’ll answer this basic question regarding electric communication. Valve Automation on the Rise For a growing number of producers, valve automation is proving to be a productive investment. Kimray offers several products
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Tritex Actuator: A Hands-Free Solution for Efficient Production

Looking to gain efficiency in these uncertain times? The Tritex Actuator provides an ideal opportunity. 3 Advantages of the Tritex Actuator You can use the Tritex on a High Pressure Control Valve in several applications, including as a dump valve on an oil or water leg, a gas back pressure regulator, or a pressure reducing valve.
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actuator valve troubleshooting

7 Keys to Troubleshooting a Valvcon Electric Valve Actuator

The Valvcon Electric Valve Actuator provides accurate, zero-emission control of control valves and can tie in to a PLC or RTU for remote monitoring.  In this video, Jordan shows you four things to look for when troubleshooting your actuator.   Problem 1: Your Motor Stall LED light is blinking in a mid-travel position. Solution: This
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