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Modern Technology Used to Show Modern Technology

Modern Technology Used to Show Modern Technology
May 25
09:37 2016

SPX FLOW now offers a virtual reality experience for its customers to explore solutions in different industrial settings. Users can tour sites that may be of interest to them and review where and how SPX FLOW’s state of the art technology can help to optimize plant efficiency and final product quality.

The new virtual reality app from SPX FLOW gives users a new experience and way to view where and how its technology is used. The first industry available shows users a craft brewery site.

SPXFLOWLogoJune2016Users enter the processing plant and are guided by an audio description of where they are and what is available to view. In the craft brewery, which is a rapidly growing industry, they can see a pneumatic butterfly valve, a Seital centrifugal separator and latest EcoPure pumps that use high powered magnets to ensure efficient, reliable and safe hygienic pumping. If any of the technologies are selected, the app takes the user through a video and audio explanation of how the technology operates.

The app works by using augmented reality, allowing the user a direct view and focus, on different parts of the plant as the user physically turns around. It also links to further videos and information about products available on YouTube where customers can learn more details about the benefits of these technologies and how the solutions can help with their particular application.

Scott Dillner, Director, Marketing Services at SPX FLOW, comments: “We are always looking for ways to engage and inform our customers about our solutions. We have selected this virtual reality format so that customers can see equipment installed in situ and get a real flavor of how it fits into the wider plant.”

The new SPX FLOW Virtual Reality app is available for both Androids and iPhones and can be downloaded from App stores onto mobile devices. This exciting new experience reflects SPX FLOW’s forward looking attitude both in process technology and customer service to best meet its customers’ needs.

For further information or to download the app please visit www.spxflow.com/en/apv/downloads/smartphone%20apps or simply type SPX FLOW into your device’s App store.

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