Going the extra mile for our customers is always our priority. Rush order for a critical plant shut down at an oil and gas facility in Western Canada. The transducer supplier severely delayed the shipping however our excellent engineering team found a solution within our series AT, Pneumatic Modulating Control Valve Actuator, and redesigned the already made actuator and built it in one day!
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Look at the latest shipment of our Electro-Hydraulic actuators for on/off rotary valves, E2H90. These units are getting ready to be installed in emergency shut down trunnion ball valves. These actuators have a rated torque of 1.3 million lbs-in, 8 to 60 secs adjustable fail time, position feedback via 4-20ma HART, Explosion-proof rated, and a safety integrity level of 2.
Another happy customer! These actuators from our series A valve actuators, automated and tested by Cowan have just been installed at a gold mine in the south of Mexico as part of bypass systems for flotation cells maintenance. Thank you to our partner Instruvalve for all the great support.
Montreal, Quebec May 3, 2022 Cowan Dynamics, a leading industrial valve actuator manufacturer, continues to advance valve automation with the release of the E2H-ESD. The E2H-ESD actuator is the newest addition to their electro-hydraulic actuator lineup and is designed specifically for Emergency Shutoff Valve (ESD) automation. “In 2021 we released the ZE-ESD – a Zero Emission, ESD valve fail-safe system used in remote areas where power is not available. This product was successfully implemented and praised by remote pipeline operators.” Says Maria Aguirre, Director of Business Development. “Refineries and pipeline operators required more advanced valve automation for their ESD valves. We are pleased to announce the release of the E2H-ESD. The system provides ESD valve automation with...
We are really excited to welcome Patrick Berry to the team as our new Manufacturing Operations Director. Patrick brings over 25 years of experience in the design and manufacturing of fluid-powered systems. Patrick will be responsible for all engineering, manufacturing, and purchasing operations, we are sure he will accomplish great things. Welcome to the team Patrick!
After 25 years with Cowan Dynamics, Frank is moving on to his next stage in life: a well-deserved retirement. Frank has started his career with us as a CNC lathe operator and all-around great machinist. He moved into the position of programmer, where his in-depth knowledge of machining processes really came to shine.His general helpfulness and willingness to go beyond the call of duty earned him the respect of management and his coworkers alike. Frank is now working on his golf game and hopefully will be equally successful at this new endeavor. From all of us: Happy retirement and see you on the links! Your friends at Cowan Dynamics.
We are very excited to announce the appointment of Aymen Ghorbal, P. Eng. to the position of Director, Major Accounts. He will be responsible for managing our main accounts for long-term success and continuing our business development. We are sure he will accomplish great things. Congratulations Aymen!
We want to thank Instruvalve Perú for welcoming Maria Eugenia Aguirre, Director of Business Development and we look forward to future collaborations in valve automation. Learn more: https://lnkd.in/de9EMJEg
Cowan Dynamics Inc is excited to announce the appointment of Ana Munteanu, CGMA, to the position of Director, Commercial Finance. Ana will be responsible for all Finance Reporting, Analysis, and Planning and will oversee and manage commercial business processes, with a focus on consistency, accuracy, and structure. We are thrilled to have her taking on this role. Congratulations Ana!
An anti-surge valve is specifically designed and installed to protect the compressor from reaching its surge point. The valve is in the system, in a by-pass that connects the inlet and the outlet of the compressor. In normal operation, this valve remains closed, however, if the surge is detected, it quickly opens to maintain a minimum flow and directs the backflow to the outlet of the compressor to avoid damages. The valve must be completed with controllers that use the suction and discharge pressure and temperatures to determine the flow at which the condition of surge will occur. It is crucial for such valves to be operated by actuators that can achieve extremely fast stroking times, high frequency of operation minimal dead time and minimal overshoot. What is compressor surge? In...