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  • Top reasons to install an analyzer in your flare stack application
    We've discussed the characteristics of an analyzer and the trends found in a flare stack application, but how about WHY you should install a monitoring system. Here are the top reasons you should have an analyzer on your flare stack: Optimize your fuel savings - By using actual measurements
  • Measure and Control the Demands of a Flare Stack Application
    Flare stacks are often used to dispose of the waste products from batch chemical processes. Their waste streams may contain many components such as ethylene, propylene, natural gas, mineral spirits, ethyl acetate, ethanol, hydrogen, isobutyl acetate and isobutanol, to name a few. Not only
  • Top 5 Characteristics of an Analyzer for a Flare Stack Application
    Fully Heated Assembly - Keeping all sample wetted parts of the sampling system and analyzer at a high temperature will ensure that all combustible vapors are properly measured, eliminating inaccurate readings. An aspirator driven system is simple and effective, no pump or moving parts helps to avoid
  • Measuring Flare Gas Within the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme
    F lare gas is the name given to the surplus waste gas produced during the extraction of crude oil and the subsequent refining process. It is typically vented to atmosphere and burned in a flare stack . The process inevitably releases large quantities of carbon dioxide (C02) to the atmosphere, which
  • Flare Gas Monitoring Systems (.pdf)
    Flare stacks are used in many industries to burn off unwanted waste gas byproducts, or flammable gases released by pressure relief valves during unplanned over-pressuring of plant equipment. Applications include oil and gas well drilling operations, oil refineries, chemical process plants, gas
  • Heating Value (.pdf)
    This case history describes how one customer used the CalorVal BTU analyzer to measure the heating value of its waste stream going into a flare stack to determine whether the waste stream could be used as a standalone fuel source.
  • Natural Gas Processing
    This case history describes how one customer used the CalorVal BTU analyzer to measure the heating value of its varying waste stream with water vapor & high levels of corrosives going into a flare stack to determine whether the waste stream could be used as a standalone fuel source.

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