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  • Measurement of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons with an 11.7 PID (.pdf)
    of the corrosive nature of wet HCl.. with a sensor board. New sensors (up tp. If we examine some of the chlorinated. three) can be easily added to this Head. An. organics in Table II, unsaturated. additional advantage of the compact Head is. hydrocarbons (VCM, TCE, PERC) can be. that it can be easily
  • Combustible Gas Detector Sensor Drift: bead combustible sensor
    of hydrocarbons. Figure 3: Typical design for an infrared combustible sensor. Note: This bulletin contains only. MSA Corporate Center. Offices and representatives worldwide. a general description of the products. 1000 Cranberry Woods Drive. For further information: shown. While uses and performance
  • Chemical Sensor Could Enable New Ways To Monitor Pollutants
    . The scientists are also working on sensor designs to detect carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, oxygen, and various hydrocarbons. Future plans include miniaturizing the sensors and building them into an array to monitor the combustion process in the boiler of power plants. With the right software, data from
  • Optical Hydrocarbon Sensors and Their Applications (.pdf)
    in breed" technology for the detection of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH). PetroSense? sensors are incorporated in both a portable, field screening instrument (the PHA-100) and a continuous monitoring system (the CMS-4000). These sensors utilize fiber optic systems and are designed for in-situ, real
  • Checking Cleaning Efficiency of Metal Parts
    cleaning. The metal part was soaked in a known volume of Freon, then the solvent was tested for its hydrocarbon content. Since Freon is an infrared transparent solvent and does not contain hydrocarbons, it can be placed directly into a 10mm quartz cuvette cell and inserted into an InfraCal Cuvette Holder
  • Hydrogen Gas Detection in Oil Refineries
    reforming. In the latter, the gas is also used to prevent carbon from reacting with the catalyst to maintain the production of lighter hydrocarbons and extend the life of the catalyst. Not surprisingly, refineries use large volumes of hydrogen, which may be produced on site or purchased from hydrogen
  • Advances in Thermal Dispersion Mass Flow Meter Accuracy (.pdf)
    calibrations in actual fluids ranging from basic water to juices, hydrocarbons. and coolants; similarly, gas calibrations are available in inert to hazardous mixed gases to light end. gases such as Hydrogen and Helium. The capability to match actual fluid calibrations with automated. data collection
  • Advances in Thermal Dispersion: Mass Flow Meter Accuracy (.pdf)
    . from basic water to juices, hydrocarbons and coolants; similarly,. gas calibrations are available in inert to hazardous mixed gases. Gas Sonic Nozzle Stand. to light end gases such as Hydrogen and Helium. The capability. to match actual fluid calibrations with automated data collection. routines

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