New Valve Monitoring and Control Website for More Effective System Specification

Posted: Friday 5th April 2013

Westlock Controls has launched its new website, providing a useful resource to plant engineers looking to assess its broad range of valve monitoring and control systems. With many permutations available for valve monitoring and control solutions, Westlock has redesigned and updated its website to take visitors through a logical process in order to aid system specification and product selection.

“One of the key features we’ve introduced to our website is the ability for visitors to search for Westlock products by hazardous classification and standards,” comments Paolo Baroni, global marketing manager for Westlock Controls. “This allows the user to immediately identify which products are relevant for their specific application and installation requirements.”

The new Westlock website incorporates an enhanced technical support area that features new material, including product specifications and technical datasheets, standard wiring diagrams and installation and maintenance instructions. Technical bulletins also provide visitors with industry best practice advice and guidance on key topics such as Hazardous Area Classification, SIL Safety Integrity Levels and Enclosure Standards.

“With a wide range of products available for the oil & gas, process engineering, power and mining markets, we’re ideally suited to provide innovative valve monitoring and control solutions engineered to meet specific project needs,” concludes Paolo. “By redesigning our website and including the latest technical support material and assistance, we’ve created a useful resource for our customers and visitors to help guide them through the wide range of solution options available.”

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