The initials remain the same-but what they stand for has changed. ISA 's Council of Society Delegates voted in its annual meeting during the ISA Expo in Houston to change the organization's name to the International Society of Automation by an overwhelming majority. The council voted to rename the society from the Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society.
Bullet List The ability to print using a PC and a standard laser printer.
Bullet List A 3-D cleaning action via rotating high-pressure water jet nozzles mounted on a revolving head in order to maximize interior coverage in tanks and reactors.
Bullet List A 4-pole, totally enclosed fan-cooled, inverter-rated 1/2-HP electric induction motor with a speed range of 20 to 600 RPM.
Bullet List 10- to 10,000-GPH throughput.
Bullet List A dual helix that combines fast high-volume filling with accurate dribble flow.
Bullet List An in-line, single-stage design for consistent, steady vacuum without the fluctuations commonly associated with mechanical vacuums.
Bullet List The flexibility to convey vertically, horizontally or at any angle; over short or long distances; and over, under or around obstructions.
Bullet List The flexibility to work well with many materials, such as calcium carbonate, dolomite, talc, bentonite, barite, petroleum, coke, calcium oxide and gypsum.
Bullet List Instrument, installation and application diagnostics, such as the ability to measure electrode resistance for the indication of gas bubbles or solid particles, plus electrode noise for chemical resistance.
Bullet List A resilient elastomer sleeve to produce a smooth Venturi flow path that outlasts gate, plug, ball, and even stellite-coated control valves.
Bullet List 2-, 4-, 6- and 8-pole speed configurations.
Bullet List A space-saving design for more effective electrical distribution system coordination.
Bullet List Detection ranges from 100 mm to 4.5 m.