Posts Tagged ‘Ryo Hashimoto’

Avoiding Hydrocarbon Leakage During Storage Tank Water Draining Operations

Posted in Analyzers on Wednesday, March 29th, 2017. No comments yet
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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 as it builds up over time. Emerson’s Ryo Hashimoto shared a story of an Asian […]

Early Detection of Water Quality Issues

Posted in Analyzers, Water & Wastewater on Friday, November 15th, 2013. No comments yet
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Water supply service providers require many measurements to ensure safe, contaminant-free, and high quality water. Some important measurements include pH, Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), conductivity, temperature, free chlorine, monochloramine, dissolved oxygen (DO), and turbidity. Emerson’s Ryo Hashimoto wrote a Water & Wastewater Asia article, Raising early alarm bells, to highlight the importance of these measurements in […]

Pure Drinking Water through Analytical Measurement

Posted in Analyzers, Water & Wastewater on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013. No comments yet
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Pure drinking water ranks among our top, global priorities. Emerson’s Ryo Hashimoto, describes the importance of analytical measurements in assuring purity in a Control Engineering Asia article, Pure by Analysis. Ryo highlights the challenges with drinking water in Asia: Regionally, Asia faces severe stress on water availability, primarily due to high population density, agriculture and […]