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  • Vapor Recovery in Natural Gas (.pdf)
    Recovering methane gas vapors from tank batteries is not a new application for most owners and operators of oil-and-gas production companies and crude-oil storagetank facilities. However, the economics for justifying the installation of Vapor Recovery Units (VRUs) on tank-batteries vary
  • Gas Detection in Education: Gas Vapor in Air Mixtures
    Gas/vapor hazards usually are present in air. The amount of gas/vapor present reduces the amount of air. present. There are three basic mixtures of a flammable gas/vapor in air.
  • Solvent Vapor Monitoring in Coil Coating Oven Atmospheres
    05/21/2013 Control Instruments Corp. Add Article Solvent Vapor Monitoring in Coil Coating Oven Atmospheres
  • The Advantage of Water Vapor Permeability Instrument of Sensor Method
    Abstract: This article presents the comparison of two test methods of water vapor permeability. Taking Labthink TSY-W3 electrolyzation as an example, it also briefs on the test advantage of sensor method. The content of water vapor within package can cause qualitative change to some products
  • The Essential Requirements for a Reliable Solvent Vapor Analyzer
    Halloween is a time for ghosts, goblins & ghoul... but a really frightening thought would be having an unreliable monitoring system! Here are the essential requirements for a reliable solvent vapor analyzer that will meet NFPA 86 requirements (found in section 11.6.10): Active Sampling System
  • Back to the Basics: Limits to Solvent Vapor Concentration
    The authorities have determined that certain industrial processes can proceed at solvent vapor concentrations up to, but not exceeding, some percentage of the Lower Flammable Limit. The solvent concentration depends upon the input of liquid solvent, and the rate of ventilation air with fresh air
  • How To Select a Continuous Solvent Vapor Monitor to Meet NFPA 86 Requirements
    This technical note assists operators in selecting a solvent vapor monitoring system that meets the requirements of NFPA 86. The system consists of three integral parts: *?The gas sample system that delivers the oven atmosphere sample to the analyzer. *?The solvent vapor concentration analyzer
  • Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) of Diamond-Like Coatings (.pdf)
    This application relates to the chemical vapor deposition of a diamond-like nanocomposite material, sometimes referred to as DLC (Diamond-Like Coating). The coating has low friction properties combined with improved hardness and wear resistance. The film is deposited in a modified plasma assisted

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