Principles of Flame Detection

How to determine the right products for your flammable hazard monitoring needs Today’s flame detectors utilize optical technologies to detect flames. Flames are known to emit electromagnetic radiation in the infrared (IR), visible light, and ultraviolet (UV) wavelengths depending on the fuel source. Because of this, optical flame-sensing technologies have been developed utilizing UV, UV/IR…

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A Hazardous Road to Success – Sulphur Analysis in Hazardous Areas

Most natural gas production and exploitation sites are considered to be hazardous area. This is certainly the case when it comes to Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG) sites. It is vital to avoid creating any areas, within the sites, in which the atmosphere contains flammable gas. The need to comply with stringent safety and environmental regulations…

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MEASURING THE VISCOSITY DURING CHEMICAL ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY

L-Vis 510: Polymer Flooding Inline Polymer Flooding Liquid Viscosity Robust and accurate viscosity measurement under harsh process conditions is a challenging task made easy by Anton Paar’s unique,  fluid dynamic inline viscometer, L-Vis 510. L-Vis 510 has a nanometer-resolution inductive displacement sensor which measures the deflection of a flexible cuff subjected to shear in a tapered gap. The…

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