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This customer automated damper controls on their ovens and maximized energy savings!... (View Full Article)
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This white paper describes the measurement challenges involved in monitoring the energy of gaseous fuels.... (View Full Article)
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This case study discusses why one company chose the PrevEx Flammability analyzers to monitor their oxidizers.... (View Full Article)
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This case history describes how a customer used the SNR650 Flame Ionization Detector to monitor the switching of its carbon beds in a solvent recovery system for optimum performance.... (View Full Article)
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This case history describes how the CalorVal BTU analyzer is used to provide a real-time measurement of the Toal Calorific Value of a clean producer gas fromed from the gasification of waste wood... (View Full Article)
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This case history decribes how one Company uses PrevEx Flammability Analyzers to monitor their batch ovens, providing safety and improving production as well.... (View Full Article)
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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... (View Full Article)
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This case history describes how one company used the CalorVal BTU Analyzer with an oxygen sensor and flow meter to complete their control loop system for optimizing fuel/air mixtures.... (View Full Article)
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This case history describes how one customer used PrevEx flammability analyzers to effectively automate damper controls and reduce the costs of owning and operating their multi-zone ovens.... (View Full Article)
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This case history describes how one company used a SmartMaxII catalytic diffusion system to effectively and economically monitor for hydrogen gas in the 0-100% LFL range.... (View Full Article)
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By automating damper controls on ovens, as much as a 50% reduction in fuel costs can be realized. As the cost of fuel increases, so do the concerns about energy optimization and safety. This... (View Full Article)
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This white paper discusses how to safely use flammability monitoring to effectively automate damper controls and reduce the costs of owning and operating ovens and dryers.... (View Full Article)
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The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) establishes fire safety standards, including standards for the safe operation of processes. NFPA 86, the Standard for Ovens and Furnaces, addresses the... (View Full Article)
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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... (View Full Article)
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Many substances emit vapors that have potential to cause fire or explosion when mixed with air and a source of ignition. The minimum concentration of a substance needed to support combustion is known... (View Full Article)
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Many manufacturing processes must use chemical solvents in the production of their products. As a result, hot air dryers are frequently used as a means of evaporating those solvents. Moving and... (View Full Article)
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Most pulp managers have serious concerns about the safe incineration of non-condensable gases collected from digesters, reactors and other sources in the pulping process.... (View Full Article)
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Publicly owned treatment works (POTWs) collect wastewater from municipal, commercial and industrial facilities, transport it through a series of contributor pipes, known as a collection system, and... (View Full Article)
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09/21/2012 Control Instruments Corp. Edit Article Area Monitoring of Hazardous Gases and Vapors Using the SmartMaxII Gas Detection System (.pdf) Gas Sensing Details Cancel 09/21/2012 Control... (View Full Article)
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Most pulp managers have serious concerns about the safe incineration of non-condensable gases collected from digesters, reactors and other sources in the pulping process.... (View Full Article)
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Several different sensor technologies may be used to detect hydrocarbons, including: catalytic; photo-ionization; infra-red; gas chromatography; and flame ionization. Of these possibilities, flame... (View Full Article)
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Pharmaceutical facilities use a variety of hazardous gases and solvents in their production processes. Whenever these substances are transported, processed or stored, the potential risks are high for... (View Full Article)
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Wherever hazardous gases or vapor-producing liquids are used, transported or stored, there exists the possibility that they could accidentally leak into the surrounding area. Continuous monitoring of... (View Full Article)
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When designing the software for our newest accessory, the multi channel operator interface, John, the Manager of our Engineering Department took a few best practices into consideration: If too much... (View Full Article)
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Though the applications for pre-painted metal are continually expanding, there remains an excess capacity in marketplace. This means that margins are compressed and coaters must drive to improve their... (View Full Article)
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sing PrevEx Flammability Analyzers, this Coil Coater operates safely & saves energy!... (View Full Article)
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Most flammable vapor analyzers respond differently to different vapors. Whenever the process solvent is changed, the analyzer must be either recalibrated or reprogrammed to ensure that it's... (View Full Article)
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04/03/2013 Control Instruments Corp. Add Article Cost Effective Gas and Vapor Monitoring in Industrial Manufacturing Facilities Details Cancel 04/03/2013 Control Instruments Corp. Add Article Safety... (View Full Article)
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We will focus only on those flammable hazards involving flammable gases and vapors.The difference between a gas and a vapor is that vapors arise from liquids, whereas gases are normally in a gaseous... (View Full Article)
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Indoor and outdoor gas hazards that exist in open areas are usually monitored using diffusion-type sensors. A diffusion sensor has no active sample-drawing system; diffusion sensors rely on the... (View Full Article)
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Gas & Vapor Atmospheric Groups Flammable gases and vapors are separated into four different atmospheric groups: Group A - Atmospheres containing acetylene. Group B - Atmospheres containing hydrogen,... (View Full Article)
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A basic principle of safety can be illustrated by the accident triangle. This principle states that for each accidental death that occurs, there are X instances of human injury,Y instances of property... (View Full Article)
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In addition to the sensor technologies already discussed, CIC offers a series of electrochemical sensors (Echem). Echem sensors are able to read a specific gas even when it is mixed in a background of... (View Full Article)
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The following instruments are capable of detecting flammable gases and vapors. Of these four, only cata lytic and flame temperature sensors are recommended for [FL monitoring.... (View Full Article)
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Most flammable vapor analyzers share a common trait-they respond differently to different vapors. For example, you would expect an analyzer calibrated for Toluene to accurately measure any Toluene... (View Full Article)
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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.... (View Full Article)
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S11/13/2012 Control Instruments Corp. Add Article Hazardous Gas Monitoring Throughout the Semiconductor Manufacturing Facility Details Cancel 11/13/2012 Control Instruments Corp. Add Article PrevEx... (View Full Article)
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Hydrogen and the hazards of hydrogen leaks are present in many areas of semiconductor manufacturing facilities. While the basic need to continuously monitor hydrogen leaks is clear, the proper... (View Full Article)
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Knowing how combustible gas concentrations vary over time can lead to a better understanding of the firing process and can inform users about safe loading practices.... (View Full Article)
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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... (View Full Article)
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Most flammable vapor analyzers share a common trait-they respond differently to different vapors. For example, you would expect an analyzer calibrated for Toluene to accurately measure any Toluene... (View Full Article)
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Employee safety compliance is a blend of hard physical restraints or barriers and a desire to follow a set of safety behaviors. But, compliance is interpreted by most as meeting the bare minimums.... (View Full Article)
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Sensors that detect leaks spend most of their lives exposed to little or no flammable gas. Only rarely are they needed to detect the leak, and in these moments they are useful if they can indicate the... (View Full Article)
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This case history describes how one customer optimized their process, reduced waste and increased their efficiency by using the CalorVal BTU analyzer to read high concentrations of methanol in the UFL... (View Full Article)
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Most flammable vapor analyzers share a common trait-they respond differently to different vapors. For example, you would expect an analyzer calibrated for Toluene to accurately measure any Toluene... (View Full Article)
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Most flammable vapor analyzers share a common trait-they respond differently to different vapors. For example, you would expect an analyzer calibrated for Toluene to accurately measure any Toluene... (View Full Article)
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Most flammable vapor analyzers share a common trait-they respond differently to different vapors. For example, you would expect an analyzer calibrated for Toluene to accurately measure any Toluene... (View Full Article)