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Comparing and Contrasting Gas Detection Technologies

Posted in Analyzers on Wednesday, November 20th, 2019. No comments yet
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In many manufacturing and production processes, dangerous gases are present due to their use as a fuel, feedstock or creation as an end product. In an Industrial Automation Asia article, Electrochemical vs Semiconductor Gas Detection – A Critical Choice, Emerson’s Shing Yenn Tan compares and contrasts these detection technologies. Shing Yenn opens with the purpose […]

Reducing Project Execution Risks for Complex Analytical Systems

Posted in Analyzers, Project Services on Tuesday, January 30th, 2018. No comments yet
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Real-time analyzers play an important role in many process manufacturing operations. Some examples include natural gas custody transfer, combustion efficiency monitoring, combustion emissions component analysis, flowing fluid compositional analysis and more. Not only is the selection of the right analyzer for the right application important, but so is how it is installed and managed to […]

Gas Analyzer Applications

Posted in Analyzers, Emerson Exchange, Event on Thursday, October 20th, 2016. No comments yet
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Monitoring the composition of what’s in an air mixture is important for many processes. Reasons may include detecting dangerous gasses for the safety of the plant personnel, getting the air-fuel ratio right for optimum combustion, or better understanding the mix of hydrocarbons in a gas stream to name a few. At next week’s Emerson Exchange […]

Combustion Gas Measurement and Monitoring Standards

Posted in Analyzers, Regulatory Compliance on Tuesday, November 9th, 2010. No comments yet
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A person searching on the subject of gas-fired heaters came upon one of the many posts here on this blog. He wanted to know: Is there any International standard or code compliance to measure or monitor the gases (like type of gas and range, etc.) in the gas fired heaters? (Other than optimizing the combustion) […]