August 2023, Vol. 250, No. 8

What's New

What's New August 2023



Dialight launched the ProSite High Mast, an extension of its ProSite Floodlight series. The new model is engineered to support mounting heights of up to 130 feet for a variety of outdoor industrial applications. With up to 65,000 total lumen output, the extension enhances site security. The fixture, which puts out up to 160 lumens per watt, provides energy savings over traditional HID fixtures and is DLC- and DLC-premium listed.

It contains corrosion resistant 316 stainless steel hardware, a heavy-duty horizontal-arm mounting bracket with +/- 5 degree tilt adjustment and is capable of accepting 1.25- to 2-inch nominal pipe sizes. The fixture has been vibration tested to ANSI 136.31-2018, has an L70 > 100,000 hours @ 122° F (50° C) ambient. It carries a10-year. 


Pressure and temperature calibration equipment company Ralston Instruments released the Field Gauge LC20 line of pressure gauges. The gauge is a follow-up to the LC10 line and increases accuracy, along with enhanced customization options. With ±0.1% full-scale accuracy, the LC20 is ideal for use as a calibration reference.

It maintains its accuracy across a wide pressure and temperature range, eliminating the need to carry multiple conventional gauges. The LC20 offers a wireless option, which allows monitoring of remote tests and includes FieldLab desktop software.

The device is available in 11 pressure ranges, from 5 psi/35 kPa to 10,000 psi/70 MPa and includes a compound vacuum/pressure gauge from ±15 psi and a digital vacuum gauge measuring up to 30 in Hg/760 mbar. 

Mission Secure 

Mission Secure released its Sentinel 5.0 platform, enabling Zero Trust security architectures for critical infrastructure. The platform provides context-aware cybersecurity policy monitoring and enforcement for operational technology systems.

Sentinel 5.0, Mission Secure launches a platform that allows operators to define and enforce granular policies based on a wide range of inputs, including network traffic, attempted remote access, asset firmware versions and vulnerabilities, and the actual digital or analog signal generated by physical devices. While the Sentinel 5.0 platform includes standard capabilities, the platform’s core component is a policy engine that enables OT-specific workflows. 


Pettibone brings its X-Series telehandler lineup to the 15,000-pound lifting class for the first time with the Extendo 1544X. The added load capacity is idea for both construction and pipe yard applications. The telehandler is powered by a 117-horsepower Cummins QSF 3.8 Tier 4 Final turbo diesel engine.

Mounted onto a side pod, the engine offers easy accessibility to components and daily service checks, while still allowing for exceptional curbside visibility and a ground clearance of 19 inches.

The 30-gallon fuel tank provides ample volume for a full day’s work at 100% load. The telehandler comes standard with foam-filled tires. the 1544X offers a maximum lift height of 44 feet, a maximum forward reach of 29 feet, and a maximum load capacity of 15,000 pounds. 


Netzsch offers advanced, field-proven technology for lease automatic custody transfer (LACT) and other midstream and downstream pumping applications.

Nemo progressing cavity pumps are reliable, modular systems that handle a wide range of hydrocarbons with a constant, smooth and low-pulsating flow that ensures accurate flow readings.

Notos 3NS multiple screw pumps are the next generation in LACT pipeline booster pump technology with efficient operation, a small footprint and easy serviceability. 

NDT Global

NDT Global released its OPTIX Data Visualization and Insights Platform, providing pipeline operators with an intuitive, cloud-based dashboard to visualize all inline inspection (ILI) data in one accessible location. Digitization of the final inspection report, combined with the ease of filtering and arranging relevant data, allows operators to better understand their ILI inspection results and make more informed decisions to ensure the integrity of their pipelines. The platform provides a comprehensive view of pipeline conditions not previously available, bringing together results from many inspection runs. Continued advancement in ILI technologies has led to significantly more data to extract and interpret.  


Sensirion’s new EN 17526 is dedicated to thermal-mass gas metering and now can be used to certify new thermal-mass gas meters deployed in the field.

EN 17526 is the first standard for a static technology to cover not only residential but also commercial and industrial gas meters. It is also a harmonized standard, which ensures continuity with existing regulations – i.e., thermal-mass gas meters certified according to proceeding standards do not have to be recertified.

EN 17526 is the first gas meter norm to be updated to include renewable gases such as hydrogen and biomethane. This confirms that thermal-mass technology is suitable to work with green gases.

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