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  • 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
  • CEMS Systems Capabilities for the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry
    The hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) has many potential sources of combustion gas emissions. These include process heaters, fluid catalytic crackers (FCC), power boilers and sulfur recovery units (SRU). The industry is unique because many emissions monitoring applications occur in areas
  • Infrared Technology for Fail-To-Safe Hydrocarbon Gas Detection
    Continuing advances in infrared technology have resulted in fail-to-safe hydrocarbon gas point detectors that continuously monitor combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provide alarm indication. Other features of these detectors include operation in oxygen
  • How To Select a Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer For Use in an Industrial Application (.pdf)
    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 ionization (FID) is considered the best choice for continuously monitoring the total concentration
  • AN ANALYSIS AND PREDICTION OF HYDROCARBON DEW POINTS AND LIQUIDS IN GAS TRANSMISSION LINES
    The occurrence of liquid hydrocarbons in natural gas transmission lines has increased in recent years as a result of the shrinking price spread between natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL's). Consequently, there is increasing interest among many pipeline companies in monitoring hydrocarbon dew
  • Raw Water Intake Monitoring
    or leaves and hydrocarbons. Solution: A fluorescence monitor can be configured for sensitivity to hydrocarbons, with no significant response to other organics. The TD-4100XDC has the highest sensitivity to hydrocarbons in raw water, has a low cost of ownership, and can be modified with Teflon
  • Produced Water Monitoring: Performance Improvements
    a number of people who have broad experience with cleaning systems in heavy industry and others who have specific experience with simple cleaning methods for the. maintenance of our monitors. By Gary Bartman, Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments, Inc.
  • Flare Gas Monitoring Systems (.pdf)
    distribution infrastructure, and landfills. In many cases, federal or state EPA regulations require the monitoring of a stack's flame, or the pilot flame that ignites the gases, to avoid having unburned hydrocarbons enter the atmosphere. IR video cameras are an ideal monitoring tool, since they allow

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