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Page Numbers below refer to this On-Line PDF Version Viewed in ISSUU ISA Edmonton Section Directory Editor’s Message ..................... President’s Message ............................... Executive/Board 2018 - 2019...................

ISA Calgary Section President’s Message ................................ Executive/Board 2018 - 2019..................

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Where We’ve Come in 25 Years in Automation ........................................ Supplier Advertisements

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Directory Editor’s Message

Welcome to the Silver Anniversary Edition of the ISA Alberta Directory. It’s been my pleasure to have been a part of the Directory for 25 years. Time sure goes by quickly. Thinking back to the first Directory in 1993, I would like to thank Gord Olson and Bob Bahniuk for their input during that time and a special thanks to Les Keast for the first edition in 1993. Les was instrumental in getting the first edition “off the ground”. Great work and thanks so much for the help in the early going. The first edition in 1993 was an ISA Edmonton section production, which was joined by the ISA Calgary section in 1994 to become the ISA Alberta Directory. The ISA Alberta Directory has been a great resource for the Instrumentation community for 25 years. The revamped website has been a success in the past few years and we are continually looking for ways to keep it relevant and current. If anyone has any suggestions on how we can improve on the Directory please let a board member know. Thanks to Ian Verhappen for writing a feature article for this special edition. Ian has been a long-term member of ISA and has been active in local, district, and national positions with ISA and has been a strong supporter of ISA in Alberta. Thank you to Marietta Miller of Execu Graphx Inc. for all of her considerable work and expertise in designing and publishing the Directory for all 25 years and for maintaining the ISA Alberta Directory website. It’s been a great pleasure to work with Marietta over the years. I would like to encourage everyone to join their ISA Section of choice and to become an active participant in all that ISA has to offer. See you at the meetings! Best wishes for a successful year! Lorne Brackenbury, Directory Editor, ISA Edmonton Section

President’s Message

First off, I’d like to congratulate the ISA Edmonton Section on the 25th Anniversary of the ISA Alberta Directory of Automation! We are proud to deliver this very useful resource both in print and online annually Thank you ISA Edmonton section members for electing me as President for the 2018/19 term! As members WE are ISA. Without our members, the ISA does not exist. We all have our own reasons for being part of ISA and that is what I want to focus on this year. Whether it’s standards and professional development, networking or gaining experience through volunteering on our boards and committees, I want to ensure that every member is aware of and has access to everything that ISA has to offer. Come out to our events, meet other members, get involved and talk to myself (or any member on our volunteer board) about what ISA is for YOU. I want to hear from you so that we can ensure that the voice of our members is considered and provide the most value possible. I look forward to serving our members for what is sure to be another great year for ISA Edmonton! Craig Keating, 2018/2019 ISA Edmonton Section President 3 ISA ALBERTA DIRECTORY OF AUTOMATION

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Section

Executive 2018-2019 & Committee Board Members President Craig Keating craigk@tundrasolutions.ca

Standard & Practices Chair Ian Verhappen iverhappen@ industrialautomationnetworks.com

U of A Student Section Co-Executive Gabriell Natha gnatha@ualberta.ca

Directory Editor Lorne Brackenbury brack1950@gmail.com

Student Section Co-Liaison Shreya Nandiraju shreynan96@gmail.com

President Elect (Interim) Arthur Kloc arthur.kloc@jacobs.com

Directory Co-Editor Allen Brennan allen.brennan@weidmueller.com

Museum Liaison Sheldon Weatherby saweatherby@shaw.ca

Honors & Awards Chairperson Conor Heeney conor.heeney@ samsongroupna.com

ISA Job Board Liaison Lynn Kurach lynn@lpkurach.com

Youth Outreach Liaison Dave Robinson dave.robinson@ samsongroupna.com

Past President Conor Heeney conor.heeney@ samsongroupna.com

Section Delegate Conor Heeney conor.heeney@ samsongroupna.com Secretary Jeff Gould jeffpgould@gmail.com Treasurer Blaine Barnes blaineb@tundrasolutions.ca District 10 VP ELECT Blaine Barnes blaineb@tundrasolutions.ca Communications Director John McKenzie jmckenzie66@hotmail.com 2018 AEC Expo & Conference Director John McKenzie john@aecalberta.ca Membership Director Tanner King king.tanner@spartancontrols.com Marketing Director Jon Meyer jon.meyer@hotmail.com Program Director Andy Bahniuk andy.bahniuk@shell.com

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Database Coordinator Ian Plews ianplews@gmail.com District 10 Liaison Conor Heeney conor.heeney@ samsongroupna.com ASET Liaison Craig Keating craigk@tundrasolutions.ca APEGA Liaison Arthur Kloc arthur.kloc@jacobs.com Historian / Industry Liaison Marty Bince mebince@gmail.com NAIT Student Section Co-Advisor Aaron Boser aaronb@nait.com NAIT Student Section Co-Advisor Ana Stefanova anas@nait.com U of A Student Section Advisor Stevan Dublijevic stevan.dubljevic@ualberta.ca U of A Student Section Co-Executive David Scott discott@ualberta.ca

Members at Large Paul Baril paul.baril@outlook.com Wally Ingham wally1234ingham@gmail.com Roslynn Ricard rricard@tesla.com Andrew Worthington andrew.worthington@ edmontonvalve.com Blair Wilson bwilson2@ra.rockwell.com Bob Bahniuk 2014bahboh@gmail.com Dan Burton dan.burton@swagelok.com Rafiq Ahmad rafiq.ahmad@ualberta.ca Senad Hadzic senad.hadzic@westech-ind.com Steven Kelly sjkelly@telus.net ISA Edmonton Section Administrator Andrea Gould Ph: 780.669.9708 admin@isaedmonton.org

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President’s Message On behalf of the ISA Calgary Section, I would like to welcome you to the “25th Edition of ISA Alberta Automation Directory & Technical Handbook for 20182019”. You can also visit our on-line directory at www.isaalbertadirectory.ca. I’d like to take a moment to extend a thank you to all ISA members for supporting your local sections. If you are not an ISA member , I encourage you to join for the many benefits that are available to you. These include: ISA specifications and standards; ISA publications; ISA web seminars and training; industry networking; local section technical programs; and many others. Visit the ISA web page (www.isa.org) for more information including the membership benefit comparison and online membership processing. The ISA Calgary Section will continue to publish the “Trend” monthly e-mail newsletter from September to June. Our newsletter and the ISA Calgary website are our primary means of communicating to our members. In the “Trend” you will find events planned for this year and other features like photos from recent events, recognition of new members, and upcoming education courses. Our Calgary Section web page (www.isacalgary.ca) also includes local event schedules and registration, industry news and website links, access to this directory, and our contact information. You can also find us on LinkedIn by searching for ‘ISA Calgary Section’. ISA Calgary is excited to host its biennial show, alongside a multi-division conference on April 9th & 10th of 2019 and invites you to participate. For more information about our show, please visit the show webpage (www.isacalgary.com). Your ISA Alberta executives hope you find this directory helpful. Please contact your local section executives if you would like to provide feedback on this directory or any other matters related to ISA. Also, new volunteers are always welcome! Thank you to all of the volunteers, members, and corporations that help make the ISA Calgary Section a success. I look forward to seeing many familiar faces, as well as some new ones, at our events this year. Mark Arkell President – ISA Calgary Section

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Executive 2018-2019 & Committee Board Members President Mark Arkell Ph: 403.875.3212 markell@jmpsolutions.com

Program Susan Rathgeber Ph: 403.837.0926 isacalg@telusplanet.net

AB Directory / Social Media Paulina Szewczyk Ph: 587.227.1237 paulaszew@gmail.com

Vice President Jamie Eddy jamiee@tundrasolutions.ca

Trend Editor/ Scholarships/VP Brent Rathgeber Ph: 587.774.2409 brent.rathgeber@huskyenergy.com

Cybersecurity Najo Ifield najo.ifield@outlook.com

Past President Brian Van Vliet Ph: 403.695.2737 vanvliet.brian@spartancontrols.com Treasurer Ryan Warrington Ph: 403.461.1567 ryan.warrington@ca.abb.com Secretary Mark Tarrant Ph: 403.284.8157 mark.tarrant@sait.ca District 10 VP Brandon Cornthwaite Ph: 403.519.8395 cornthwaite.brandon@gmail.com Membership Gary Fraser Ph: 403.702.2429 piperconsultinginc@shaw.ca

Show Chair Mike Iuliano Ph: 403.695.2720 iuliano.michael@ spartancontrols.com

ISA Standards and Practices Phil Evans evansp@shaw.ca Analytical Division David Lewko Ph: 403.467.2927 d.lewko@shaw.ca

Web Masters Joshua Li 587.999.7614 wenxiong0772@gmail.com

Construction & Design Division Phil Evans evansp@shaw.ca

Ryan Warrington 403.461.1567 ryan.warrington@ca.abb.com

First Liaison Antuaneth Rodriguez Ph: 403.775.0100 antuaneth.rodriguez@cima.ca

Certifications Steve MacLean Ph: 403.695.2793 maclean.steve@ spartancontrols.com

Beakerhead Liaison Marc Russel Ph: 403.973.1511 mjrussel@gmail.com

Marketing Jasmeen Virk Ph: 403.695.2431 virk.jasmeen@spartancontrols.com

Office Manager Susan Rathgeber Ph: 403.837.0926 isacalg@telusplanet.net

Reminder! The ISA Calgary Social Media team is always on the lookout for any forms of media (white papers, videos, pictures, press releases) that our members publish. Your input and ideas are appreciated! Email Us at: isacalg@telusplanet.net or directly our Social Media board members at: isacalgary.ca/contact#board Follow us on Twitter at ‘@ISACalgary’, or connect with us on LinkedIn: the full profile is at ISA Calgary Section

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Where we’ve come in 25 years in Automation By Ian Verhappen

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wenty-five years represents a significant milestone of ongoing cooperation between the ISA Edmonton and Calgary Sections supporting the needs of the people working in this industry in Alberta. Not all this happens in a void since as automation practitioners are part of the larger Alberta economy, our industry and of course the Society to which we belong. I will strive to summarize how these factors have changed our industry and ISA has strived to evolve to meet these changes during this time.

Digitization of Industry

The biggest change in the past 25 years has been the digitization of our lives. In 1993 microprocessors were still relatively new in field devices. HART was starting to make headway and the fieldbuses were about to introduce their first products. Today we are talking about IIOT and the ability, some argue need to be able to connect everything to everything else all the time. So how did we get from a few microprocessors to end-to-end IP based communications and what did that do to our industry? As many of you know, I began my ‘adventures’ in digital communications in 1993 and in particular with Foundation Fieldbus, leading many efforts to promote its development and adoption. This included being the founding chairperson of the Fieldbus Foundation’s End User Advisor Council, with its associated Forums and regional User Groups that helped develop and promote the traveling seminars in the first decade of this century. One of the side consequences of this role was being able to observe the approximately 5-year “Fieldbus Wars” predominantly between Profibus led by Siemens and Foundation Fieldbus (Emerson) that concluded in 1998 with a Canadian led solution. This was known as the 8-headed

monster that included eight different fieldbus protocols in IEC-61158. Since 1998, this document has expanded to include 20+ protocols and still works. As a result, I believe the fieldbus standard is the largest single IEC published standard at present numbering in the thousands of pages. There is another IEC standard, in which I am only slightly involved, that forms part of the IIOT standards which being a database that is no longer physically published at all because it would be difficult to follow on paper. This series of standards aiming to support the documentation of the life cycle of any device was one of the first of many now under development under the auspices of Industrie 4.0, Industrial Internet Consortium and the IEC, particularly IEC TC65, to support the digital factory of the future commonly known as IIOT. Industry repeated the same market domination exercise through standards of the fieldbus wars again with the “Industrial Wireless War” a little over a decade later with WirelessHART (Emerson) versus ISA100.11a (Honeywell & Yokogawa). This time the resolution was two separate standards, letting the market decide as was done in the case of BETAMAX / VHS and HD DVD and Blu-ray. Coincidentally, the IEC meeting in Houston in 1998 was also my first opportunity to participate in an IEC meeting as part of the Canadian contingent. Since then, I have gradually migrated most of my standards development efforts from ISA to IEC and ironically have now agreed to co-chair on behalf of ISA an ISA Standards & Practices Committee with the goal of encouraging joint development of standards, in parallel between IEC and ISA. It appears that the organizations developing the standards at least have realized that with the limited number of experts available and willing to devel-

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op standards we should let them do what they do best with minimal interference and ‘fighting’ over their time. Another example of a far-reaching international standard is IEC 61131, the International Standard for Programmable Controllers, originally published in 1993. IEC 61131-3, the part that covers programming, is the most widely used but the IEC 61131 series now has 10 parts covering various aspects of factory automation controllers. Having the ability to program with a consistent set of ‘rules’ increases the portability and usability of the programs immensely. It also makes documentation of systems more consistent and therefore increases reliability. It is the microprocessor that drives all these changes. Microprocessors also make it possible to provide more accurate and increasingly sensitive measurements. Many of you know that I started my instrumentation career working with process analyzers, which can be thought of as miniprocesses because of the associated sample conditioning systems and therefore provide exposure to all the different instrumentation principles of flow, pressure, level, temperature, etc. Ironically, these same microprocessors are also affecting sample systems since more and more analytical measurements can be done using sensors that can be inserted directly into the process pipe. Conversely, the microprocessor has made it possible to build analyzers that previously could only be installed and maintained in a laboratory clean environment into a rugged enclosure the size of a bread box. Combining all the intelligence in these devices with digital communications is changing the way we run our plants as we are already starting to see how control loops now use the

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device health to determine how the associated algorithm from basic regulatory control to safety shutdowns should be executed. I am presently working on a joint ISA/IEC standard series to help industry determine which of the hundreds of parameters in an intelligent device should be used by what system to improve overall system performance. As can be implied from the above, my experience has shown that international standards are great indications of upcoming trends. This is because manufacturers want to have international standards to support the adoption of the technology in the global market, thus giving them the economy of scale for the resulting products. Looking at where the efforts are focused in international standards developments, we will continue to see: • •

Increasing digitalization, IIOT is simply the marketing term for these efforts; Increasing development of compliance and how to certify a device is compliant / providing reliable measurements;

Along with the associated cybersecurity and interfaces to other machines and humans, who will soon be the arbiters of last resort. ISA as international standards developing organization has and will continue to play a key role in the development of standards driving our industry forward. However, like standards, the Society itself also continues to evolve.

Evolution of ISA

When I began my volunteer role with ISA at the international level in 1992, as Analysis Division newsletter editor, e-mail was just beginning to be used for communication. All volunteers of Division Director and ‘above’ had a mail slot in the central hall of ISA where anything that needed to be shared was placed, and then every Friday would be stuffed in an envelope and mailed. Two weeks later, it would arrive in Fort McMurray to be

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reviewed on the bus rides to/from Syncrude site. Society leaders could at that time comment via e-mail or starting around 1997 use dedicated list servers to share ideas and begin reaching consensus before the 3 times per year Leader Meetings which at that time were known as President’s Meetings.

large conference and exhibition. By 2009, the event had decreased to being able to fit in a hotel ballroom and was abandoned shortly thereafter to be replaced by multi-division Fall symposia independent of the Society Fall Leader Meeting and Annual Member Meeting that continues today in Houston as the PCSS event.

Though revenue streams are now more diverse, training now represents the majority of ISA revenues From the mid-1980’s until approximately 2010, the revenue of ISA was closely linked to its annual conference and exhibition. During the late 1980’s and 1990’s the ISA Annual conference and exhibition was the largest North American industrial automation trade show and thanks to the foresight of leaders at that time formed the basis for the cash reserves the Society continues to rely on today. Large companies such as Honeywell, Emerson, etc. would spend several million dollars on the event with large booths as well as customer appreciation events. In the late 1990’s ISA tried to take advantage of their market position by having two shows per year; a spring show that was technology focused – effectively replacing all the Division spring symposia with one centralized event. Unfortunately, this was too much for the market, and damaged the strength of Division events. As a result, the Society reverted to an annual event alternating between one year being a technical focus and second year the traditional exhibition focus. Unfortunately, it was around this time that the major exhibitors starting sponsoring their own User Groups. User Groups had the advantage of not having to share their customers with other potential competitors, and so the redirection of trade show money began to move from horizontal all-encompassing shows like ISA, to vertical specific events such as User Groups and niche conferences such as Analysis Division had developed.

The ‘double whammy’ of the reduction in the Annual Show was a corresponding loss in publications revenue by exhibitors advertising their attendance at the event in the Society publication InTech. Though I am not 100% confident, it was also around the time of the end of the show that ISA decided to change InTech from a member-only benefit to a qualified subscriber publication as a way to keep subscription numbers at a high enough level to make it favourable to advertisers.

Then in 2001 during the ISA show in Houston, 911 happened. This had a HUGE impact on ISA since that was effectively the last year of the annual

One event that has grown and expanded during this same time period is the annual ISA Analysis Division symposium which was revived in 1996 by Dale Merriman and myself while we were the Division Director and Director-elect. This event has the advantage of meeting the requirement of being a niche conference with a dedicated target audience, well organized, and focused on ALL the Division members – suppliers and end users. Pricing has always been to encourage suppliers to participate and share their advances with everyone in the Division. A key indicator of success is that there is always a waiting list of exhibitors and presenters – and of course a financial surplus to the Society. Though revenue streams are now more diverse, and obviously decoupled from conference and exhibition revenues, training now represents the majority of ISA revenues with publications. As a way to increase awareness of automation as a profession ISA developed and supports the CCST (Certified Control System Technician), which is similar to our Instrumentation trade certification in Canada, and CAP (Certified AutoISAALBERTADIRECTORY.CA 8


mation Professional) programs. CAP was launched in 2004 and I became certified in 2006, but since the certification is not broadly recognized the benefit is largely personal in being able to state I have a broad understanding of the profession. Both certifications have a 3-year renewal period with professional development requirements similar to what we have here for ASET and APEGA. Though most members are unaware of changes that have happened to the Society because the impact at the Section level is minimal, one other area that has seen significant change over this period is how ISA itself has been structured at the Society level. The first such change occurred in 2003. The governance structure was revised to balance membership on the Executive Board to a total smaller number with equal representation from Districts and the ‘Business unit’ Vice Presidents of the Society, while also as a way to improve communications across and between the different parts of ISA giving each group of VP’s representation on the Society Executive Committee. The other intent of this change was to empower VP’s to be able to make decisions affecting their constituents provided the net budget impact was less than $25k. Unfortunately, the respective Boards did not take advantage of this empowerment and as a result, a second restructuring was done approximately 10 years later with the new model resulting in a larger Executive Board that is supposed to focus on strategic issues and three independent operational boards to focus on their respective constituencies. This model does not have any direct means of communications between any of the boards other than through ISA staff. There have been few changes at the Section level, other than how District Vice President funding is provided. For at least the first 10 years in this period Sections allocated a minimum of $1 or at their discretion $2 of their Section rebate to the District Vice President fund to support them in their role of representing the

Members at the Society level and visiting each Section in the District at least once during their term. Because Districts like Divisions are ISA entities, approximately 15 years ago it was decided that any funds these entities had were to be incorporated into the Society budgeting process as a whole. The consequence of this is that District 10 as well as the ISA Analysis Division through prudent use of funds had significant funds in their ‘accounts. These funds have been used to endow awards and scholarships with the District 10 monies supporting the award of two US$750 annual scholarships each Fall to students from Western Canada. In addition to restructuring its governance, the Society changed its name in the fall of 2000, from the Instrument Society of America, which it had been known as since its formation to ISA--The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society. A number of members did not believe this name properly represented the Society’s goals so discussion on the topic continued until 2008 when the name was again changed to the present designation “International Society of Automation” and associated tag line of “Setting the Standard for Automation”. The other changes during this time have been in the types of membership in the Society. The two significant changes were the addition of the ‘reduced rate’ membership for members in countries with lower GDP to make their membership rates commensurate with their income and a corresponding reduction in member benefits such as digital only copies of InTech. Then in 2012 the Society created the “Community Member” free membership grade as a way to track customer leads and past customers with the hope that as a result of seeing these benefits and with the pursuit by Section Membership chairs these Community Members will convert to full dues paying members. One result of the Community Member grade is that the Society is able to show steady and marginal membership growth, while in actuality the full dues paying members continue

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to decline. Another reason for the dues paying member decline is that more and more members like myself are now eligible for free life membership and no longer have to pay dues. Like our industry and ISA itself, the ISA Alberta Directory has gone through several iterations of its digital version but the core content/concept remains the same – providing information to practitioners in Alberta in particular on where to get instrumentation and controls products. Thanks to Lorne Brackenbury and Marietta Miller who have been the guiding hands behind the Directory for many-many years, the added benefit to ISA Edmonton and Calgary has been the financial contribution to provide members services thanks to regular sponsors of both Sections. Even though we continue to move increasingly into the digital world, and I do have the Alberta Directory in my favorite’s bookmarks, I still like the paper copy and keep it handy on my bookshelf. Lastly, as many ISA members have said the biggest benefit of ISA membership has been the large number of friends I have been able to make around the world. Much like the good deed being rewarded, I have always received more than I have provided and encourage each of you to become engaged with others in your field through ISA or other technical societies. Doing so will not only advance your knowledge, your profession, and your network for solving those tough problems; it also simply feels right.

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H Ham-Let Advanced Control Technology ..................................................22 HCS Heaters Controls & Sensors Ltd.......................................................23 Honeywell Thermal Solutions (HTS) ........................................................24

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P Pembina Controls Inc................................................................................32 Peterson Instruments ...............................................................................32 Pickford ....................................................................................................33 Precision Measurement Equipment Ltd. ..................................................28 Process Combustion Systems (2000) Inc.................................................34 Process & Steam Specialties ...................................................................34 Procon Systems Inc. ................................................................................35 Protek Safety & Controls Ltd.................................................... Supplier Tab Pyramid Corporation ................................................................................33

S Samson Controls Inc.................................................................... Supplier Tab Simark Controls Ltd. .....................................................................................36 Sky Eye Measurement Inc............................................................................36 Spartan Controls Ltd. ..........................................................Inside Front Cover SRP Control Systems Ltd..............................................................Product Tab Strata Controls ..............................................................................................37 Summit Valves and Controls Inc. .................................................................36 Superlok Canada ..........................................................................................39 Swagelok Calgary..........................................................................................38 Swagelok Company.......................................................................................38 Swagelok Grande Prairie .............................................................................38

T Telematic Controls Inc. ............................................................................39 Tundra Process Solutions Ltd...................................................................40 Twister Instrumentation & Process Solutions Inc......................................41

U Unified Valve Group .................................................................................41

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W Wajax Industrial Components...................................................................45 Wave Control Systems Ltd. ......................................................................43 Westech Industrial Ltd. .............................................................................46 Wika Instruments Ltd. ..............................................................................47 WJF Instrumentation Ltd...........................................................................43

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M Magnetrol International ltd. .......................................................................26 McAdoo Flow-Systems..............................................................................27 McMath Controls & Automation Inc. ........................................................28 Measurement & Controls Ltd. (MCL) .......................................................29 Mercer Valve Co., Inc................................................................................30

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KEY PRODUCTS: v v v v Mercer Valve Co. is a family owned company based in Oklahoma City. Producing 100% American made High Quality Safety Relief Valves that are used in a variety of applications. We now have a Canadian Division that builds and assembles the valves here in Alberta. Our patented "Auto Seat Technology" ensures repeated and proper alignment, allowing owner/operator peace of mind. for owner/opera

BEIJER ELECTRONICS - HMI Systems HIMA - Safety Systems WESTERMO - Networking Solutions ICL - Industrial Control Links

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Distribution Center 9511 - 28th Avenue Edmonton, AB T6N 0A3 P: 780.432.6821 F: 780.432.6867

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Peterson

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Liquid Sampling Systems

Badger Meter/Blancett Flow Meters / Monitors, Turbine, coriolis, variable area, nutating disc

-Orifice Plates, cat 500/520 316SST, -Plate seals for all major brands of orifice fittings

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FLOW CONTROL / VALVE AUTOMATION DIVISION WORCESTER BALL VALVES & ACTUATORS

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Services - but not limited to; • Electrical & Instrumentation • Maintenance & Construction • PLC Programing, Automation Services & SCADA Systems Integrator & Installer • Commissioning, Startup, Calibrations & Loop Checks • Burner Management System Installations, Service & Certification • Registered QMS for the Installation & Testing of Tubing to B31.1 & B31.3 • Field Thermal Imaging Onsite Testing • Well Testing; Liquid EWT, GOR & LGR • Field SCVF Surface Casing Vent Flow Testing & Tank-off Vent Gas Testing • Field Gas Turbine Meter Inspections, Verifications and Reporting • Mobile Volumetric or Gravimetric & Combined Volumetric & Gravimetric Proving • Mobile Onsite Bench Proving; condensate and produced water meters • Shop Liquid Bench Proving; turbines, PD, vortex, Sizes up to 10” meters • Shop Transfer Proving; fuel gas meters (Roots, Romet rotary & gas turbine) • Shop Rentals; Recorders, Digital Test Gauges & Baker Pumps • Instrument Repairs; Calibrations, Exchanges and Reconditioned Units • 2” Portable Coriolis Elite Master Meter Prover • Electrical Buildings • Control Panel Manufactuing

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COMMITTED TO PROVIDING UNSURPASSED CUSTOMER SERVICE AND SUPERIOR PRODUCTS FOR DETECTION, MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL PROCON is proud to be affiliated with some of the world's most recognized names in detection, measurement and control. Together, we have been meeting the demanding needs of customers around the globe. If your life or business depends on precise measurement and control, or accurate detection of potentially hazardous workplace atmospheres, you can rely on the precision instrumentation and expertise of PROCON. Flow Products

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Measurement & Analytical Products

Oil-on-water sheen monitoring systems, oil thickness monitoring, wireless oil spill detection systems High accuracy 316L stainless steel pressure and submersible level transmitters with built in lightning protection Fiscal densitometers for liquids and gases

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Strata Controls represents these exceptional manufacturers and provides meter proving services to industry An extremely powerful tool in ensuring accuracy, providing real-time alerts of meter mismeasurement and performance shift and reducing maintenance overheads on DP systems. All types of differential pressure metering systems including Orifice, Venturi, Cone, Flow Nozzle and Wedge.

High Pressures 10,000 to 150,000 psi; Valves, Fittings, & Tubing; Reactors & Pressure Vessels; Pumps, Intensifiers & Gas Boosters; Double Block & Bleed Valves Thermal Gas Mass Flow Meters and Switches.

Radar, Servo, Tape Gauges, and Magnetostrictive Level and Tank Inventory Control.

End to end metering solutinos. Metrology™ is a suite of metering applications that helps manage all aspects of the measurement process, from the flow computer all the way through to accounting.

Ultrasonic, Microwave, R.F. Capacitance Level, Sensors & Probes. Direct Mount Manifold Systems, Primary Isolation Valves, Monoflanges, Gauge Root Valves, Double Block & Bleed Gauge Root Values.

Anaerobic Digeser Cover Equipment, Digester Gas Safety Equipment, Waste Gas Burners/Flares.

Y, Basket/Simplex, Dual/Duplex Basket, Fabricated, Temp. Cone, Self Cleaning & Plate Strainers. Silent & Dual Disc Check, Butterfly, Triple Duty, 1-2-3 Piece Ball Valves.

Meter Proving and repair. Start-up and Commissioning, Initial Measurement Canada Approvals. Flow Computer Start-up, Commissioning and Field Service. PVRV Valves, Manways, Thief Hatches, Flame Arrestors, Vapour/Blanketing, Drain Valves and a variety of other Tank Fittings.

Double Block & Bleed, Instrument & Transmitter Isolation, Flush & Bleed Ring, 1/4 Turn Process, Pipeline Transmitter Isolation, Mining and Power Isolation Valves.

A comprehensive Condition Based validation software package for Gas Chromatographs (GCs)

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Greater Network Reliability With Mesh Networking A WirelessHART Adapter is mounted to the top of each tank or gauging device which communicates to the WirelessHART Adapter mounted on neighboring tanks. This creates a

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Level

Devices will transmit level and other tank data through the WirelessHART

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This is the 25th Silver Anniversary Edition of the directory published jointly by the ISA Edmonton and ISA Calgary Sections.

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