Christoffer Widahl and Jimmie Soderstrom presented The New Normal for Process Radar—The New Two-Wire FMCW [Frequency-Modulated Continuous Wave] Radars are Here!, at the 2019 Emerson Exchange conference. Jimmie opened with a question, "Why measure level?" It is to...
Safeguarding Against Tank Overfills
When storage tanks overflow they can create safety hazards, environmental issues, facility damage and reputation loss. It is critical to have an effective overfill prevention strategy. In this quick, 2:34 video, Overfill prevention solutions help safeguard operations,...
Manual Level Gauging of Hydrocarbon Production Tanks
An NPR article, Mysterious Death Reveals Risk in Federal Oil Field Rules, highlights a big problem with rules by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management pertaining to manual tank level gauging. The article's author writes: On a cold night in January 2012, Dustin Bergsing...
Increase Safety and Efficiency with New Proof Test Method
Emerson's Hampus Regnér and Christoffer Widahl presented Increase Safety and Efficiency With New Proof Test Method at the Denver Emerson Exchange conference. Here is their presentation abstract: A functional proof test of a high level alarm (HLA) is required as a key...
Advances in Level Measurement
A Process Engineering magazine article, Level best, poses a question: Has the deployment of level measurement devices changed in the wake of the Buncefield [UK] disaster? The article's author connects with several instrumentation suppliers including Emerson's...
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