Blending

Running an efficient blending operation is key to meeting blending control production targets and ensuring mitigation of excessive costs, unplanned downtime and equipment failures. Mechanical disruptions or inaccurate measurement can substantially decrease profitability and risk personnel and environmental safety. 

Spartans blending solutions which include industry leading flow and density meters supply predictive capabilities and diagnostics for valve and instrument health and can be customized to fit all application needs. Operate your blending process more efficiently, meet quality and quantity targets on time, and reduce maintenance costs with our world-class technologies and factory trained specialists. 

Vee-Ball™ V300 is a flanged valve for throttling or on-off operation for many different applications in the process industries. The V300 is available in NPS 1 through 16, CL300 (DN 25 through 100, PN 15/40). Trim components are interchangeable between Design V150, V200 and V300.
Fisher Control Disk
The control disk rotary valve offers excellent throttling performance. An equal percentage flow characteristic provides an improved throttling range comparable to that of a segmented ball valve. This improved capability allows you to control closer to the target set point, regardless of process disturbances, which results in a reduction in process variability.
Coriolis products are commonly used for flow and density measurements in applications such as crude oil, pipeline custody transfer, truck loading/unloading, and more. Spartan Controls represents Micro Motion, which provides industry leading accuracy and reliability even in the toughest process conditions. Micro Motion meters are the highest performing coriolis flow and density measurement devices available today.
The FIELDVUE DVC6200 is a digital valve controller capable of operating using 4-20 mA, HART, Fieldbus, or Profibus communication protocols. The basis of its operation is the conversion of a control signal into a pneumatic output controlling valve position.