- Valmet Neles NDX 2.0 is a next-generation intelligent valve controller that can be used with all types of valves.
- The pneumatic relay consumes up to 90% lower air thus reducing energy consumption.
Valmet has released NDX 2.0 an intelligent valve controller for valve automation. The next-generation valve controller features renewed interface making it simpler to use with all types of valves available in the market. The newly designed pneumatic relay consumes up to 90% lower air compared to any conventional controllers thus reducing energy consumption. The NDX 2.0 provides interoperability with the most common automation systems and is suitable for most operating environments
According to the company, the next-generation intelligent valve controller is easy to install, use and service. it is designed to work on top of any existing valve and actuator, regardless of the manufacturer or valve size. The NDX 2.0 also provides interoperability with the most common automation systems and is suitable for all operating environments.
“Valmet’s flow control business has a long history of developing valve automation technologies. We’ve been very strong in valve controller products and currently rank among the top three biggest manufacturers of valve controllers in the world,” says Kalle Suurpää, Vice President of Valve controls and actuators at Valmet’s Flow Control business line. “We have utilized customer feedback to take the usability of Neles NDX to the next level. The renewed user interface makes it easier and simpler to use, increasing reliability and safety in daily operations.”
The Neles NDX 2.0 valve controller provides a sustainable solution for all process industries, valves and applications. The redesigned pneumatic relay of the controller consumes 80 to 90 per cent lesser air than the conventional controllers, thus reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions throughout its lifecycle. The versatile device is compatible with all types of actuators, including linear or rotary action, therefore allowing the customer to cover all their needs at one plant while minimizing the items in inventory.