In a PI Magazine article, Emerson’s Charu Pandey considers how the chemical processing industry is re-learning critical technology lessons.
How to Select the Right Sensors for Wastewater Monitoring
In a Hydrocarbon Engineering article, Emerson’s Andrew Smith looks at the sensors used to measure effluents in refinery wastewater. For those people responsible for compliance with EPA and other environmental regulations, it can seem like there are many hoops to jump...
Avoiding Hydrocarbon Leakage During Storage Tank Water Draining Operations
Storage tanks play a pivotal role in the supply chain from upstream oil & gas production through downstream petrochemical-based products. Separation of water from the hydrocarbon liquids during storage create the need for operations to remove and treat this water...
Wireless Applications in Life Sciences
Author: Gary Mitchell More and more process manufacturers, including Life Sciences, if not already embracing it, are considering the use of wireless technology in their facilities. Wireless technology can range from wireless networks enabling mobile operators, to...
Measuring pH and Conductivity Wirelessly
Update and bump: Greg's article is now live on the ISA.org InTech website. Below is the original Dec. 15, 2009 post. I received an advanced copy of an article ModelingAndControl.com's Greg McMillan has recently completed, Exceptional Opportunities for Smart Wireless...
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