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  • A Guide to Oil in Water Monitoring for Environmental Compliance
    This guide focuses on oil in water for environmental compliance. However, much of the. content can be applied to process applications as well. Since most environmental concern is directed to petroleum based oils, there is a focus in this guide toward these types of oils.
  • Monitoring Hydroelectric Dam Sumps
    TD-4100 Oil in Water Monitors for Hydroelectric Dam Sumps Hydroelectric Dams produce electric power via the force of the water flowing through the dam.
  • Monitoring Leaks from Heat Exchanger - Paper Plant
    in water monitoring, has announced the launch of the 4100 E09 Electronics Package for TD-4100XD and TD-4100XDC Oil in Water Monitors!!
  • New Oil Spill Response from China (Application Note)
    , aquaculture. In China, the State Oceanic Administration requires the oil content in the discharge to ocean being monitored and sample taken periodically to analysis the oil in water concentration. The Solution: On-line and Portable Oil in Water Monitors.
  • Applications report presented at the Produced Water Society Seminar 2013
    the Produced Water Society web page at . Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments, Inc. is the industry leader in oil-in-water monitors. With a reputation for producing highly accurate and reliable instruments through quality design and manufacturing, TDHI provides monitors
  • Different Technology Options for Monitoring Oil in Produced Water - Inline Continuous Monitoring and IR Analysis
    of the produced water. Bench top analyzers have traditionally been used to test oil in water although inline continuous monitoring systems are now on many platforms. While the inline system will give the operator valuable information about the waste stream along with an immediate alert
  • Ask the Expert: Measuring Water Concentration in Oil
    Routinely monitoring water concentration in oil is an important part of any oil condition monitoring program. Water can enter the oil as a result of environmental conditions, condensation from cooler areas of the equipment, and/or compromised seal integrity. Ideally, water remains in its dissolved
  • Produced Water Monitoring: Performance Improvements
    Continuous on-line monitoring of oil concentration in produced water for discharge and process improvement has proven to be of great value if the monitors can be maintained. Without exception, maintenance is the biggest hurdle to successful continuous on-line produced water monitoring

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