Metso's Neles Valve Controller BVI Certified

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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Metso's Neles (ND9300H) intelligent valve controller received a marine certificate from Bureau Veritas indicating that the unit has passed that organization's requirements for steel ships.

 

To meet this level of certification, the ND9300H controller had to pass a series of corrosion and vibration resistance tests. This level of certification means that the ND9300H is an excellent high performance controller choice for severe offshore oil and gas production applications.



As the demand for oil and gas increases, producers have been moving their offshore operations to ever more demanding locations, working at greater depths and under more severe weather conditions. Metso's ND9300H can meet the high performance control requirements of these advanced offshore applications while standing up to hard use as well as heat, cold, moisture, salt and other harsh conditions.



The ND9300H is a ruggedized, fully stainless steel enclosed intelligent valve controller designed to withstand the harshest operating conditions in the offshore industry. It can be installed on top of any valve-rotary or linear, big or small. The ND9300H delivers superior control performance with Metso's market-leading diagnostic features as standard. With the help of the marine-certified ND9000H intelligent valve controller, oil and gas producers can further improve the safety and reliability of their offshore production, easily and cost efficiently.


 

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