Posts Tagged ‘analyzer’

Accurately Monitoring Gas and Smoke in Difficult Locations

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019. No comments yet
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Gas and smoke aspirator systems monitor for smoke or gas ingress where installing detectors are not feasible. These aspirator systems work by having the sample being measured by a probe pulled in to the aspirator system under an adjustable vacuum created by an air-driven educator and then measured by the gas detector. In this short […]

Accurate and Efficient Water Treatment Chlorine Analysis

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation, Water & Wastewater on Wednesday, July 25th, 2018. No comments yet
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Chlorine is an important disinfectant whether used in swimming pools or the water that flows into our homes and businesses. For water treatment facilities, water treatment monitoring is one of the most important facility operations. Meeting regulatory requirements for residual chlorine is critical for public safety as well as for facility personnel. This 3-minute YouTube […]

5 Things You Should Know about Gas Detection

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation on Thursday, January 29th, 2015. 3 comments so far
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For process manufacturers and producers with hazardous locations, gas detection systems are a key element in safe operations. In this short 2:27 YouTube video, 5 things you should know about Gas Detection, Emerson’s Edward Naranjo shares tips about the installation, commissioning and ongoing maintenance of your gas detection equipment. He opens with the first tip, […]

Adventures in pH Control

Posted in Event, Measurement Instrumentation on Wednesday, October 17th, 2012. One comment so far
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Controlling your process based on pH is usually a tricky matter. Control Talk blog‘s Greg McMillan and Emerson’s Dave Joseph presented a short course, Adventures in pH Control, at last week’s Emerson Exchange conference in Anaheim. It was a best in conference winner in the short course category which is a feat with over 350 […]

Analyzing Flue Gas Emissions

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010. No comments yet
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Back in January, I shared some thoughts from Emerson’s Doug Simmers on improving combustion in a post, Optimum Combustion for Reduced Greenhouse Emissions. He’ll be presenting later this year on flue gas analysis and I was able to get my hands on a rough draft. I’ll highlight a few of his early ideas and hope […]