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Net Zero by 2050: A Bold but Necessary Goal for Emerson


1-February-2023

Net Zero by 2050: A Bold but Necessary Goal for Emerson

Sustainability is a pressing issue facing our industries, evolving from a question of reputation to one of business sustainability. Customers and employees are making decisions based on a company's commitment to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance. In response to this growing demand, industrial manufacturers and energy providers are searching for solutions to achieve their environmental sustainability objectives. Meanwhile, employees want to work for companies that take meaningful action to make a positive impact, and shareholders want to invest in companies that address these issues while creating sustainable value. Net Zero by 2050 goals are important for building a better future, but immediate action is necessary to address the burden of climate change. Automation, which has transformed business performance in areas of production, safety, and profitability, can also play a significant role in making companies more sustainable.

Net Zero by 2050: A Bold but Necessary Goal for Emerson

The Role of Automation in Solving the Climate Crisis

However, meeting the Net Zero by 2050 goals will not be easy or straightforward. This Emerson site will address key sustainability issues, including decarbonization, emissions management, electrification, and energy efficiency, and highlight the role automation can play in finding solutions. The site will also focus on measurable actions Emerson is taking to enhance our approach to environmental sustainability and define our role in making the world a better place for future generations. Meeting the Net Zero by 2050 goals will require effort and collaboration, but it is possible and our responsibility to make it happen. We cannot leave the sustainability burden to future generations when we have technology available today to make real progress. Although not everyone may agree on the science, it is our legacy to leave the world in a better environmental state for future generations to enjoy. It is a responsibility we all have influence over today.

Net Zero by 2050: A Bold but Necessary Goal for Emerson

Net Zero by 2050: A Bold but Necessary Goal for Emerson

Sustainability is a pressing issue facing our industries, evolving from a question of reputation to one of business sustainability. Customers and employees are making decisions based on a company’s commitment to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance.In response to this growing demand, industrial manufacturers and energy providers are searching for solutions to achieve their environmental sustainability objectives. Meanwhile, employees want to work for companies that take meaningful action to make a positive impact, and shareholders want to invest in companies that address these issues while creating sustainable value.

Net Zero by 2050 goals are important for building a better future, but immediate action is necessary to address the burden of climate change. Automation, which has transformed business performance in areas of production, safety, and profitability, can also play a significant role in making companies more sustainable.

However, meeting the Net Zero by 2050 goals will not be easy or straightforward. This Emerson site will address key sustainability issues, including decarbonization, emissions management, electrification, and energy efficiency, and highlight the role automation can play in finding solutions. The site will also focus on measurable actions Emerson is taking to enhance our approach to environmental sustainability and define our role in making the world a better place for future generations.

Meeting the Net Zero by 2050 goals will require effort and collaboration, but it is possible and our responsibility to make it happen. We cannot leave the sustainability burden to future generations when we have technology available today to make real progress. Although not everyone may agree on the science, it is our legacy to leave the world in a better environmental state for future generations to enjoy. It is a responsibility we all have influence over today.

ASCO™ Series 256/356 offers smaller footprint, up to 40% reduced power consumption and up to 30% higher pressure ratings.

Emerson, a leading provider of industrial automation solutions, has just unveiled a new line of solenoid valves that are set to revolutionize the fluid control industry.

The ASCO™ Series 256/356 offers a range of two-way and three-way valves that are designed to meet the needs of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) by providing a smaller footprint, reduced power consumption and increased pressure ratings. The optimized design of the Series 256/356 valves allows for a smaller overall footprint, which helps OEMs optimize the internal layout of their equipment, enabling more high-performance fluid control options to be integrated into a smaller and sleeker final product. This is particularly important for manufacturers of coffee machines and other beverage dispensers, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, pumps and compressors, welding equipment and analytical and medical devices.

One of the most significant features of the Series 256/356 valves is the reduced power consumption, which can be as much as 40% less than comparable valves. This enables OEMs to apply a smaller valve while matching or improving on the fluid control performance of the previous version and make significant energy savings.

In addition, the pressure rating of some versions of the redesigned Series 256/356 has increased by up to 30% compared to the previous versions, making them suitable for more demanding applications such as high-pressure washers and hydrogen fuel dispensers. This means that the performance of the DC voltage version is now similar to that of the AC voltage version, reducing overall system costs by eliminating the need to convert to AC power.

The Series 256/356 also offers an expanded selection of body materials, including lead-free brass, stainless-steel and an engineered composite material that is 20% lighter than brass and meets global health and safety standards for food and beverage applications. The valves are dust-tight and submersible in up to one meter of water, making them suitable for harsh environments and increasing reliability and extending the life of machinery.

Erik VanLaningham, Vice President of Global Marketing for Emerson’s industrial automation business, said, “Emerson has engineered the Series 256/356 from the ground up, creating a range of solenoid valves that sets a new benchmark in fluid control technology by decreasing overall footprint and power consumption while also increasing pressure ratings. These performance improvements are complemented by an extended choice of body materials and connection options. This provides OEMs with the broadest range of options from a trusted single-source supplier to reliably meet their diverse application demands.”

In summary, the new ASCO™ Series 256/356 solenoid valves from Emerson are set to revolutionize the fluid control industry by providing a smaller footprint, reduced power consumption and increased pressure ratings. They are suitable for a wide range of applications and come with a variety of body materials and connection options, making them an ideal choice for OEMs looking to optimize the design and performance of their equipment.

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