Join FH Gaskins and Baker Hughes for a webinar on March 10, 11:00 AM EST
Customer and Channel Partner Webinar: Consolidated 2900 Series Gen-II PRV
In this live broadcast, we will explore how the patented technology of the 2900 Gen II can help to transform the overpressure protection industry by reducing emissions caused by PRV seat leakage, improve efficiency by increasing operating pressures, and enhance profitability by offering an economic solution for API 526 Direct-Spring PRV upgrades and replacements while reducing total cost of ownership. We will also cover the ‘True Zero Leakage’ Modulating Pilot, which was recognized by Hydrocarbon Engineering for helping customers reduce their carbon footprint and fugitive emissions.
By modernizing your PRV fleet with the latest in overpressure protection technology, you will help to position your business for a safer, cleaner, and more profitable future.
Presenters: Matt Byers, Brian Burkhart and Richard Klimas from Consolidated Pressure Relief Valves.
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