Approval for 1330/1622 Oxygen Cleaning

Kennett Square, PA, USA (8/23/22) – Admiral Valve, LLC dba CPV Manufacturing Recently Approved for 1330/1622 Oxygen Cleaning

CPV Manufacturing’s aqueous component cleaning process was recently approved by NAVSEA for MIL-STD-1330D and MIL-STD-1622B cleaning. With the approval for 1330/1622 Oxygen Cleaning, CPV will now be able to better meet the needs of the U.S. Navy and other applications requiring intensive cleaning standards.

This approval gives CPV the ability to clean valve components, produce and test finished assembled valves, and package shipments meeting 1330/1622 standards without materials leaving its facility prior to the final shipment. This will allow for greater in-house efficiency, decreased lead times and easier product traceability. Below are the standards listed in full.

  • MIL-STD-1330D Department of Defense Standard Practice, Precision Cleaning and Testing of Shipboard Oxygen, Helium, Helium-Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Hydrogen Systems
  • MIL-STD-1622B Department of Defense Standard Practice, Cleaning of Shipboard Compressed Air Systems.

This is an exponential step in the growth of CPV and President and CEO, David London is ecstatic. “Attaining this high-level certification attests to our strong commitment to our customers and the production of high-quality, safe products. We have been working towards this approval for quite some time and have made significant investments into our facilities and personnel in preparation for this new standard.”

CPV’s cleanroom was expanded in 2021 and Certified to meet ISO 14644 Class 7 standards. Employees have been trained and certified as Oxygen Clean Workers and validated to meet MIL-STD-1330D standards. This further enhances CPV’s cleaning program which already meets:

  • CGA G-4.1-2018 – Cleaning of Equipment for Oxygen Service and ASTM G93
  • ASTM G93/G93M-19 – Cleanliness Levels and Cleaning Methods for Materials and Equipment Used in Oxygen-Enriched Environments


And CPV isn’t stopping there. CPV promises to continue to invest in its facility, employees, and equipment to provide best-in-class service and products to ends users in every application possible. CPV is proud to finally say we are certified for MIL-STD-1330D and MIL-STD-1622B Oxygen Cleaning and is looking forward to the next challenge they can accomplish for their customers.


If you have any questions or wish to learn more, contact CPV today at


CPV Manufacturing LogoCPV Manufacturing was founded in 1915 as a one-man business, manufacturing replacement valves for steam-driven reciprocating pumps. Today, CPV is recognized worldwide for its high-quality valves and fittings and dedication to state-of-the-art design, equipment, safety, and reliability. CPV Manufacturing’s valves withstand the high tolerances required by the maritime, industrial gas, and petrochemical industries. Based out of Kennett Square, PA, USA, CPV has a complete facility for developing, manufacturing, and testing its products. Dedicated workers and global partnerships allow CPV to be a market leader. 

Valve System Security! Protecting Valves From Cyber Threats

By the year 2025, studies show that some 76 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be connected.

If you work in the industrial field, you’ll need to be vigilant about the way you protect your IoT-equipped machinery. This includes valve systems, which today are vulnerable to cyberthreats.

These systems are responsible for a number of fixtures in the engineering, nautical and other industries. To learn some ways to protect your valve system equipment, consider the points in this article.

1. Shore Up Your Physical Perimeter First and Foremost

The first thing you need to do is make sure that you don’t have any physical breaches on your property. Set up high-quality alarm systems that keep out people that don’t belong, and put security professionals on staff that can enforce and deny access.

Make sure that you know what types of valves you have so that you can also manage which professionals have access to operating on them.

Have an alarm and dispatch system ready to spread the word of an intruder and to notify authorities.

2. Be Aware of the Most Common and Current Cyber Threats

Cybersecurity concerns are growing right now, with hackers creating several thousand dollars in damage routinely with breaches.

As such, be ready to protect your valve systems from the threats that are being carried out right now. Ransomware is incredibly common right now and could have your valve systems taken hostage.

With this kind of attack, all of your information is quarantined by an outside threat, and you’ll have to pay money to have it released back to you. Since these kinds of serious attacks are prevalent, you need to always stay on top of the threats happening at the moment so you can defend them.

3. Set Up a Plan For Identification, Detection, and Action

You will need to set up a plan for pointing out and managing any cyber threats that you come across with your valve systems.

Be sure that your team has trained to address these issues and that they followed a tiered process for addressing any threat. This means first and foremost identifying the common threats in your industry and outlining how you will detect any instance and protect your system from any further damage.

Your plan of recovery should involve removing the threat, fortifying the system so that you are less prone to future attacks, and executing a communications strategy to get the word out about the breach.

On a day to day basis, you need to set parameters for each application that you use. Whitelist the applications that are deemed safe, and keep a close on how you use each and every piece of software that interacts with your valve system equipment.

Safeguard Your Valve System

Technology has evolved, but so too have the threats that come with the territory. Cybersecurity is no longer about viruses on your computer alone — now you’ll need to be sure that your industrial equipment and engineering processes are protected from such threats.

These tips will steer you in the right direction.

Reach out to use to get a quote on all your valve system needs.

Naval Engineering Best-Kept Secrets of Design

When you’re interested in the marine industry, it’s only right that you look into important changes taking place in the naval engineering field. This is a field that is continuously growing since governments and industries have so much invested in it. 

The United States currently has a naval shipbuilding budget of more than $200 billion a year, making it one of the largest in the world. 

To get an idea of some of the naval engineering design trends and secrets that are spreading, read on. 

1. The Use of 3D Printers

Companies are starting to use 3D printers to improve their construction times and lower their overhead costs. Expect this trend to continue with naval engineering. 

Builders can craft the most important parts and components from scratch, allowing engineers to put together plans to build large, sophisticated ships to spec. 

When using 3D printers, you’ll need to make sure that the components are crafted with the best material. This means understanding things like the different grades of stainless steel

2. Building With Robotics

Just like with 3D printers, expect companies to begin using robotics to speed up their building process. 

It gives you access to around the clock labor without having to pay several employees overtime. What’s more, the safety risk is minimal when you have fewer humans actively working on a project. 

As robotics technology becomes more precise and accurate, the most powerful shipbuilding companies in the world are forecast to keep adopting this practice. 

3. Eco-Friendly Naval Engineering

Right now, ships account for 3 percent of all carbon emissions on the planet. As such, companies in the shipbuilding industry are looking for ways to reduce emissions. 

Governments, in particular, are looking to push toward renewable energy, and are rewarding contractors that begin making the shift. They often will get tax breaks or other certifications that make it worth their effort. 

Some of the most common eco-friendly changes you can expect to see include turbine powered electricity and liquefied natural gas. Changing to these sources of fuel will dramatically reduce marine industry emissions and can also save on expenses at the same time. 

4. Improved Defense Against Cyber Threats

Cyberthreats are damaging across the board, and hackers are becoming more sophisticated and effective with their breaches. Since the defense industry accounts for the majority of money spent on shipbuilding, it’s only right to expect them to keep shoring up cybersecurity on marine vessels. 

These vessels have access to sensitive government communications and even nuclear codes, so a breach could be costly and dangerous. To stay ahead of the curve, a lot of money and time will be spent learning to defend against these attacks. 

Naval engineering trends are on the rise, and you can only expect them to continue as the years go by. The tips in this article will help you learn more about the design points that will last. 

To learn more about what we do in the shipbuilding industry, give us a call at (484)731-4010, or reach out for an online quote. 

A Stainless Steel Comparison – Grade 316 vs. Grade 304

All steels have the same basic iron and carbon composition, but stainless steel also contains a healthy dose of
chromium—the alloy that gives stainless steel its famous corrosion resistance. Stainless steel stains less easily than
other iron-based metals, but it’s not literally “stainless”. Just like standard steel, stainless can get marked up by
fingerprints and grease, develop discoloration, and eventually rust. The difference is resilience. Stainless steel can
withstand much more time and abuse before showing signs of wear.

Stainless steel must contain at least 10.5 percent chromium. Depending on the grade, it may contain much higher
chromium levels, and additional alloying ingredients. There are multiple grades under the stainless steel umbrella, each
with slightly different alloy composition, and therefore slightly different physical characteristics. Stainless steel types
include Ferritic, Austenitic, Martensitic, Duplex, and Precipitation Hardening (PH). A quick primer on the definitions of
stainless steel types can be found here.

The two most common austenitic stainless steel grades are 304 and 316. The key difference between stainless steel
grades 304 and 316 is the addition of molybdenum, an alloy that drastically enhances corrosion resistance, especially for
more saline or chloride-exposed environments. Commonly found in marine applications, 316 stainless steel contains 2
to 3% molybdenum, while 304 has none.

(Excerpts and content above from Reliance Foundry. “304 Stainless Steel versus 316 Stainless Steel”)

For pressure vessel components – our G-Series® & Mark VIII® Valves and all O-SEAL & Mark VIII® Fittings – CPV
Manufacturing uses austenitic grade 316/L SS as our standard offering. The 316 stainless steel we procure for our
fittings is dual certified to both 316 and 316L Grade. This dual certification ensures that the carbon content is 0.03% or
lower and the material has outstanding weldability.

Here’s a quick breakdown on the chemical composition, differentiating the two grades of stainless steel:

(Source: Australian Stainless Steel Development Association. “316: The First Step Up“)

(Source: Australian Stainless Steel Development Association. “304: The Place to Start“)

A few more key differences between these 304SS and 316SS include:
316/L stainless steel:

  •  Superior corrosion resistance
  • Chlorine resistant
  • Molybdenum content provides greater resistance to chemical attack than 304/L.
    • Is required for the manufacture of certain pharmaceuticals in order to avoid excessive metallic
      contamination, usually from manufacturing equipment.
  •  Considerably more resistant to solutions of sulfuric acid, chlorides, bromides, iodides and fatty acids at high
  • Common applications:
    •  Offshore, marine (especially with chlorides present) & washdown
    •  Chemical processing and storage equipment
    •  Refinery equipment
    •  Medical devices & pharmaceutical equipment
    •  Outdoor electrical enclosures
  •  UL Nema 4x rated & certified

304/L stainless steel (also known as 18-8 or 18/8):

  • Lowest Cost Corrosion Resistance Option
  • No limitations on fabrication
  • Resistant to oxidation
  • Common applications:
    • Auto moldings and trim
    • Wheel covers
    • Storage tanks
    • Kitchen equipment/appliances
    • Electrical enclosures
  • UL Nema 4x rated & certified

(Excerpts and content above from Nema Enclosures. “What’s the difference between 304 and 316 stainless steel?”)

CPV Manufacturing stocks all standard fittings in 316/L stainless steel because of its strength, enhanced corrosion
resistance and compatibility with various gases. Experience shows its superior functionality in a wide variety of critical
industrial applications and environmental conditions.

We can provide 304/L stainless components in certain applications if requested by the customer. However, 316/L is the
material of choice and is generally suitable for anywhere 304/L is used.

Please reach out to our Sales Team here for further information and quote requests. Our Engineering team can answer
any technical questions you may have as well!

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IQ-CHem Contest to Aid Innovative Petrochemical Start-Ups

The petrochemical industry is constantly growing and discovering new ways to produce and use chemicals to benefit the industry and the world. Now, SIBUR is helping to advance the industry even further with the IQ-CHem contest.

About the IQ-CHem Contest

The IQ-CHem contestIQ-CHem Contest will discover and promote innovations in petrochemical production and application. It gives petrochemical start-ups a chance to showcase their projects and how they can improve and develop the petrochemical industry for the future.

IQ-CHem will work to find and promote projects that help create technologies for gas processing and transportation. It’ll also support ideas that can advance the production and use of plastics, elastomers, and custom chemicals. On top of that, IQ-CHem will focus on finding projects for modern equipment and technological solutions to enhance the operative efficiency of chemical and technical processes.

The IQ-CHem contest is open to all petrochemical start-ups. Projects and ideas submitted will be evaluated by a jury of more than 30 international experts from the biggest companies in the petrochemical industry. These experts will determine the best start-up projects and award monetary prizes to three 3rd place winners, two 2nd place winners, and one 1st place winner. The total prize funds for the IQ-CHem contest is $55,000.

Interested petrochemical start-ups can apply to participate until March 1, 2017. Winners will be announced on June 6, 2017, at Startup Village 2017, a start-up conference held in Moscow, Russia.

Additional Petrochemical Opportunities

SIBUR has also partnered with many of the top companies in the industry to help find and promote the best petrochemical start-up projections. A few of these partners include LG Chem, Honeywell UOP, 3M, and Dow.

IQ-CHem ContestAs a global stage for communications, the best start-ups will have a chance to receive opportunities to work with these and other global chemical leaders. These opportunities can help participants find investors and ultimately turn the best ideas and projects into a full industrial production.

How IQ-CHem Benefits the Petrochemical Industry

IQ-CHem does more than help petrochemical start-ups find funding for their best ideas. The contest also works to promote the creation of better and more efficient ways to produce and use chemicals in the petrochemical industry.

As explained by Jim Rekoske, Vice President and CTO of Honeywell UOP, this event will shine a light on the importance of how innovative ideas can help develop new technologies and new ways to use chemicals in the future.

“Society has relied on crude oil to provide fuels for more than a century,” he said. “But now countless other chemical products can be made from hydrocarbons, demanding exceptional scientific innovation and technological development.”

Dr. Joost Waeterloos of the scouting and exploration network, Ventures & Business Development for Dow in Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India, also said that IQ-CHem would help start-ups create projects that’ll benefit both the petrochemical industry and the overall quality of life for the rest of the world.

“Participation in IQ-CHem will enable talented participants to unlock their potential and build courageous collaborations, creating unique projects essential to petrochemical industry and, as a result, to humanity as a whole,” he said.

Overall, the IQ-CHem contest is slated to pave the way for start-ups to create projects that’ll ultimately make the petrochemical industry and the world better in the future.

For more industry news and upcoming events, read CPV Manufacturing’s blog.

How the Internet of Things (IoT) Is Changing the Oil & Gas Industry

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new concept in the oil and gas industry. It’s essentially a network of devices and systems connected to the internet. With the IoT, these systems can communicate information to other connected devices.

Overall, the IoT is revolutionizing the oil and gas industry and making things easier, safer, and more cost-effective for all companies. Here’s how.

Remote Monitoring

Internet of ThingsMonitoring systems in plants used to be a difficult task for many companies in the oil and gas industry, but the IoT is working to change that. With IoT technologies, systems are connected to one network and programmed to relay information back to a device such as a smartphone or tablet that’s connected to the same network.

Workers can access the information gathered to help them better understand how the system is performing, and they can monitor each system and analyze information virtually from any location.

Remote Services

IoT technologies also work to make repairs and services safer and more cost-effective in the oil and gas industry. The information collected from each system allows workers to actively monitor overall system performance so they know when to schedule repairs and maintenance.

Connected systems can be programmed to send alerts to other connected devices if they begin to fail. Alerts also can be sent when systems are about to experience a high-pressure situation, malfunction, or any other dangerous issues.

Some technologies can even be programmed to self-diagnose and self-repair. This eliminates the need to hire additional workers for repairs, which saves companies a great deal of money in labor costs.

With IoT technologies, systems can be repaired and serviced remotely or even autonomously. This is especially beneficial for those working with more complicated and dangerous systems because remote services can help to reduce the risk of workplace injuries.

Data Collecting

Internet of ThingsWe already know that the IoT communicates system information to other connected mobile devices. However, it can also store the important data a company needs in an online storage unit, like a cloud computing system.

A cloud computing system is like an online server. It stores system performance details as well as any other important company data. It can be accessed from virtually any location but is secure enough to ensure that company details and information is protected from hacking.

Asset Tracking

Asset tracking is one of the biggest areas that the IoT is working to change in the oil and gas industry. With the IoT, companies can use sensors to monitor everything from inventory to oil and gas shipments traveling across the world.

These sensors can let you know exactly how many supplies are in your inventory and if any items are missing. They can also be used to track shipments and can relay the location of each shipment back to your office.

Certain sensors allow you to monitor the condition of oil and gas shipments as well. They can track temperature changes, leaks, and other issues that occur during transit. Plus, some systems can even let you address the issues remotely to prevent serious problems from occurring.

The IoT is definitely changing the oil and gas industry but in the best ways possible. To learn more about the effect of technologies in the industry, check out our post on technology improving offshore energy resource development and maintenance.

Technology to Improve Your Fired Heater Inspection

Fired heaters are a vital component in plants in the oil industry. That’s why it’s so important to actively inspect and maintain them to ensure proper function and safety in the workplace.

Inspecting fired heaters can be difficult, but there are technologies that can make the task easier. However, modern intelligent ultrasonic devices, or smart pigs, will provide the most help in improving your fired heater inspections.

Smart Pig Technologies

Fired Heater InspectionSmart pigs are autonomous devices used to inspect fired heaters in many oil refineries and plants. They’re placed within the system, and as they flow through the pipes, the smart pigs assess the condition, shape, temperature, and curvature of the tubing. If any damage, deterioration, or corrosion is detected, the devices can activate an alert to workers or will store its findings in a report that you can access once the smart pigs are out of the pipes.

Smart pigs work with a variety of technologies based on your specific fired heater inspection needs. Most use ultrasonic sensors to detect general damage in the pipelines, while some use electromagnetic acoustic transducers to spot pipe defects. Other types of smart pigs use magnetic flux leakage methods to find corrosion, cracks, and even weld defects within the pipelines.

How Smart Pigs Improved Fired Heater Inspections

In the past, companies used traditional handheld technologies to inspect the condition of fired heaters in the oil industry. However, using these traditional technologies proved to be both difficult and time consuming. On top of that, they could only inspect a limited number of areas in the fired heater and, at times, did not provide accurate findings. That’s why smart pigs have become the standard in fired heating inspections.

Fired Heater InspectionSmart pigs are specially designed to provide optimum inspection coverage because they can be fitted with a variety of inspection technologies. With these technologies, smart pigs can catch an issue in the pipelines before they can cause performance problems and system failure.

These advanced devices can also provide more accurate and detailed information. This can help to prevent serious system damage as well as unnecessary repairs so your company can save time and money in repair costs.

Plus, new technological innovations have made smart pigs into multifunctional devices that not only inspect but help to maintain the system as well. In fact, some smart pigs are so advanced that they can collect information and clean the inner walls of the pipes simultaneously.

Most importantly, smart pigs can run through the machinery while the system is fully operating. This helps to minimize downtime and improve workplace efficiency.

Advanced technologies are becoming more and more popular for various industries. However, having the right valves and fittings is still key to efficiency, safety, and reduced overall costs in the oil and gas industry. So if you need a high-quality valve or fitting for your plant, contact CPV Manufacturing.

M2M Technology in Manufacturing: Drive Efficiency and Lower Costs with M2M Solutions

With the manufacturing industry getting more and more advanced each day, M2M technology has become one of the most indispensable tools for every warehouse.

M2M, or machine-to-machine, technologies allow devices connected to the same network to communicate. Essentially, they let them send information to other connected devices and perform actions automatically without human intervention.

Benefits of M2M Technology

M2M technologyAs stated, these technologies are becoming one of the most indispensable amenities for manufacturing companies. But how exactly do M2M technologies drive efficiency and lower costs?

M2M Remote Monitoring

In the past, plants required workers to actively assess the performance of each system. Now, M2M technologies are revolutionizing how companies monitor manufacturing process.

M2M technologies uses advanced sensors and chips to monitor a machine’s overall state and performance. If vibrations, temperature, pressure changes, and other signs of mechanical failure are detected, the system automatically communicates this information to other connected devices, allowing workers to spot and resolve problems faster.

On top of that, these technologies help to enhance machine performance and productivity. Since M2M connected devices can spot warning signs and relay problems almost instantly, companies can deliver all of the preventative maintenance tasks to preserve the machines longevity and ensure an efficient performance.

M2M Asset Tracking Technology

M2M technologyM2M technologies also allow manufacturing companies to track product shipments, storage conditions, and inventory. Sensors attached to pallets and boxes communicate their location and status to connected devices at your plant so you can better keep an eye on your products.

These sensors can also monitor the condition of certain products. When connected to containers storing chemicals, food, or beverages, they can provide real-time updates on each product’s temperature and overall state so you can better respond to problems to avoid contamination, spillage, or other storage issues.

M2M Cloud Computing Technology

Cloud computing services and M2M technologies work hand-in-hand in the manufacturing industry. With the cloud, connected machines and devices can be accessed virtually anywhere in the world. This makes it easier to stay on top of your company’s systems, maintain connected machines, and apply necessary software updates.

However, the biggest benefit of cloud M2M services is that they’re known to be a cost-effective data storage option for many manufacturing companies. Hosted cloud services eliminate the need to purchase, store, and maintain in-house servers. As a result, companies don’t need to worry about costly server maintenance tasks or software updates.

Drive Efficiency and Lower Costs With M2M Technology

M2M technologies are fairly new, but they’ve already made a positive impact on the manufacturing industry. With their ability to improve system monitoring process, data storage, and product management, M2M technologies are sure to revolutionize how all manufacturing companies operate in the near future.

Learn more about the technology that’s streamlining the manufacturing process

Technology Streamlining the Manufacturing Process

Technologies have always worked to improve the manufacturing process, but now they’re doing more than just making the process easier. Many advancements are working to streamline the manufacturing process.

Read on to learn more about the technology that is streamlining the manufacturing process.

The Internet of Things (IoT)

IoTThe IoT provides a means of communication for electronic devices connected to one another. An IoT device links to the internet then generates and sends signals to other devices connected to the internet.

These are used to monitor the systems within the facility. If they spot damage or a malfunction, they will send a notification to another device or user. This ensures that the system gets the maintenance and repairs it needs to resolve any issues, thus reducing downtime, waste, and overall costs.

Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is fairly new for the manufacturing industry. There are still some hesitations about this innovation, but cloud computing is slated to be one of the most helpful technologies in the industry.

A cloud can be compared to an online storage system. It stores, manages, and processes data using a network of remote internet services and is designed to share data quickly and easily with a selected number of users.

On top of that, cloud computing offers more secure and reliable file sharing. Thanks it its constantly advancing software technology, the cloud offers more protection from viruses and experiences fewer outages than traditional servers.

Robots and Automation

Robots as well as automated devices have been working in the manufacturing industry for years. However, recent developments in technology are making these machines perform more efficiently.

manufacturing robotRobots are designed work faster and more precisely to ensure a smooth workflow within a facility. They can also produce more products, which helps to boost business and revenue.

On top of that, robots and automated devices take up less space on the production floor. This helps to optimize the layout of the facility to ensure more cost-effective operations and reduced energy costs per square foot.

3D Printing

3D printing is one of the most beneficial technologies in all industries, from medical to manufacturing. 3D printing technology scans an item and uses tangible materials to duplicate the item. Some of these tangible materials include metal, plastic, and mixed materials.

With 3D printing, businesses can avoid costly repair and replacement expenses. Instead of having to replace an entire system, you can 3D print a new part to fix the system This helps to save on labor time and cost.

In addition, 3D printing allows you to create the exact part you need. Simply put, it’s customizable. You choose the item you want the system to print and the material to create it so you can provide the specific parts your plant needs to operate smoothly.

These technologies as well as countless others are streamlining the manufacturing process to ensure higher production efficiency and overall performance.

To learn more about the latest industry news, check out CPV Manufacturing’s blog.

Industrial Robot: Sensory Software to Differentiate Between Workers & Other Objects

Industrial robots are becoming a prevalent part of the industry. According to The San Antonio Express-News, the Southwest Research Institute is developing cutting-edge technology in robotics and programming that will allow industrial robots to differentiate between workers and other objects.

But how will this new innovation benefit the industry?

New Technologies to Ensure Safety and Efficiency

Industrial RobotIndustrial robots have become one of the most beneficial tools in manufacturing. They help to streamline operations and boost overall efficiency in the facility. But with the new sensory software being developed, the robots can track humans and distinguish them from other objects, making the robots safer and even more efficient.

Some industrial robots already have sensors to see if anything is in front of them when moving. In certain facilities, they follow a wire embedded in the ground so they know where they’re supposed to go. These machines also have sensors to see if anything is in front of them. If you or an object gets in its way, the robot will stop. However, the way current robots operate can lead to decreased production performance. The new sensory software being developed helps to prevent that.

“Now the robot can make intelligent decisions about how it’s going to move through the workspace, how quickly, what’s the most the efficient path, and how to do that without colliding into other objects in the workspace,” said Paul Evans, director of the Southwest Research Institute’s production and simulation technologies.

More Cost-Effective Operations

Industrial robots slowly but steadily have become more prominent in the manufacturing industry. In fact, The San Antonio Express-News reported that more than 229,000 robots were sold in 2014, a 29% increase from the previous year.

Industrial RobotThese robots can cost between $70,000 and $400,000 and can take about two to nine months to build. However, once these robots are in a facility, businesses will experience reduced operational costs.

Industrial robots are designed to make the production process more efficient. When they first emerged on the market, they were designed to be extra hands within a facility to better push the production process forward. Now these upcoming robots and advanced technologies are being designed to create more products at a faster rate while helping to reduce the cost of operation.


The sensory software is still in its development stages. While it’s clear that the technology will work to enhance overall workflow and capacity, we won’t know how exactly it will benefit robotic performance until the software is completed and tested.

Regardless, we can expect these new advancements to help the industry grow and become more efficient in the years to come.

Read CPV Manufacturing’s blog for more industry news and updates.