Emerson, FLEXIM combine flow portfolio

Offshore staff

BOULDER, ColoradoEmerson and FLEXIM have announced they collaborating to help process customers optimize their flow process design, flow meter selection, and flow meter installation on capital projects to reduce execution risk and costs.

The joint cooperation plans to improve delivery of the exact flow solution while supporting Emerson’s Project Certainty, an approach to enabling top-quartile performance in capital projects.

Emerson says that its project teams, using FLEXIM’s clamp-on, ultrasonic flow metering portfolio in combination with its broad, in-line flow metering offering, are able to consult early and throughout the project cycle to reduce engineering, piping, and installation costs as well as schedule risk.

Bret Shanahan, vice president of flow solutions, Emerson Automation Solutions, said: “In today’s market, we are seeing that our customers are looking for us to advise them early in their project cycle on technology to ensure streamlined and cost-effective project execution. We are pleased to be working with FLEXIM to provide our clients with the most appropriate flow solution that can be applied and support greater capital efficiency.”

11/01/2016

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