Application Spotlight: Pollution Control

Air pollution control devices are a series of devices that work to prevent a variety of different pollutants, both gaseous and solid, from entering the atmosphere primarily out of industrial smokestacks. These control devices can be separated into two broad categories - devices that control the amount of particulate matter escaping into the environment and devices that control acidic gas emissions.

Oil and Gas in Real Life

For the past couple weeks we shined the spotlight on the Oil and Gas Industry; WHAT it is and WHICH components need to be monitored. This week let's discuss WHY, by looking at real life applications:

Natural Gas Processing Case History

Types of Monitoring in Oil & Gas

Since the oil & gas industry encompasses many different operations across its three major components (upstream, midstream and downstream), it requires various hazardous gas monitoring systems to protect personnel, product and facilities from accidental releases or leakage. 

Here are some examples of the types of monitoring necessary in the applications found in those components: