Warren Controls has announced new updates to its ValveWorks program to improve the sizing and selection process for globe and rotary control valves based on the ISA 75.01 international standard.
Updates to the program improve its ability to be used to create quotes, to be easier to navigate, and the capacity to handle projects of greater complexity. User feedback has been incorporated into a number of changes to navigation, including helpful Navigation Pop Ups, to guide users working with data.
The ValveWorks program now includes a CLONE feature in which users can create duplicates of a project to develop variant quotes. Importantly, the program now handles very large projects, of up to several hundred valves, for use in developing large quotes for customers.
Warren Controls’ ValveWorks is an online system that safely maps out users’ solutions based on application requirements and process conditions. Control valves are sized accurately for optimum control, providing minimal energy loss and maximum life expectancy, without excessive maintenance. Users can navigate through more than 100,000 combinations of construction attributes, factoring in requirements like flow rate, inlet pressure and temperature, pressure drop, vapor and critical pressure, predicted noise and more.
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