August 21, 2019 | Company News
The Virginia WaterJam is one of the largest and most well attending water and wastewater industry events on the East Coast. Neal Systems will be set-up at booth 523 giving demos of our latest solutions. Stop by and see Peter Jackson and Ed McGinn, along with some of our friends from Schneider Electric. For more information about WaterJam contact us here!
July 10, 2019 | Company News
Welcome Canty Process Technology! Neal Systems is happy to announce our most recent partnership with Canty Process Technology. From their founding in 1969, Canty has been a leader in the industry developing groundbreaking technologies used by the US Navy, Canadian Armed Forces, ORNL and NASA
Canty offers vessel lights, sight glasses, vessel closures, process cameras, particle sizing systems, as well as software and hardware. These products are a perfect match for the industries Neal Systems serves, including: Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical & BioTech, Food & Beverage, Chemical, Glass Manufacturing, Pulp & Paper, Mining & Aggregate, and Foundries & Metal Production.
Neal Systems will be representing Canty for Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware and Southern New Jersey.
You can find a listing of Canty’s offerings here!
February 11, 2019 | Product News
The RTT15S Temperature Transmitter is a microprocessor based temperature transmitter that uses HART communication protocol. In addition to thermocouples and 2, 3, or 4 wire RTDs, the unit can take in ohm and millivolt signals. The RTT15S is in an explosion=proof housing with optional display and optical buttons for local configuration. This unit is also available as a basic module that can be surface or DIN rail mounted. Basic configurations on the RTT15S is a snap! Take a look at our newest video HERE highlighting Schneider Electric’s Foxboro RTT15S Temperature Transmitter.
January 28, 2019 | Product News
Schneider Electric’s Foxboro 84 Series Vortex Meter is one of the most reliable and accurate vortex meters. These meters are able to detect the weakest vortices at the lowest flow rates without loss in accuracy or resolution. In order for this application to be most reliable you need to know your low flow cut-off point. Calculating this point is easy and done simply by sizing your meter. You can size your meter by clicking here!
January 23, 2019 | Product News
Neal System’s On-Site Service Tech, Bill Conway, fills us in on how simple it is to calibrate using a Schneider Electric Smart PH Probe. Schneider Electric’s Foxboro Smart Technology has an edge above the rest. The Smart PH Probe gives you the ability to store your calibration right in the sensor itself! This means you can transport the sensor back and forth from the field, calibrate it, and reattach. There is no longer a need to deal with adverse weather or environmental conditions while trying to calibrate. For more videos like this one you can view Neal Systems YouTube Channel HERE!
Starring (By Order of Appearance):
Shane Filer – General Manager
Bill Conway – Service Tech
Voice 1: Taylor Kimble – Applications Specialist
Voice 2: John Lamp – Applications Engineer