Level and Control

Urea control valves face some of the most severe applications in a fertilizer production facility. 

The urea synthesis process is extremely corrosive. When dealing with such applications as CO2 compressor reactors, letdown valves or strippers, valve design and material selection is critical. Additionally, Urea is a product with very low dielectric and creates a large amount of dust. These characteristics make it difficult to measure reliably.

Fisher® severe service valves are designed by factory experts in dealing with high operating pressures and temperatures which places great importance on reliability and safety. Our local Spartan technical team can help determine the proper selection of a valve for this application leading to decreased maintenance intervals and cost and can reduce plant downtime. The Rosemount guided wave radar with direct switch technology allows it to accurately measure urea level, without being affected by dust or low dielectric. 

The Fisher E-body globe control valve family has industry leading technical features and can be configured to handle virtually any challenging process condition. Fisher E-bodies feature multiple quick change trim choices in an unmatched variety of material choices, flow characterizations and CV selections to suit a variety of service conditions.
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.
Cavitrol III trims are used for cavitating liquid applications in various globe and angle valve bodies, including the Easy-E, EH and HP product lines.
Rosemount 5300 level transmitter
With over 30 years of proven radar experience, the Rosemount 5300 guided wave radar is the true leader in level and interface measurement. The 5300 has been known to have superior reliability and state-of-the-art safety features.
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