New Literature Announcement: Flammability Analyzers Versus Flame Ionization Detectors for Process Applications

NEW LITERATURE ANNOUNCEMENT

Title: Flammability Analyzers Versus Flame Ionization Detectors for Process Applications

Summary: Why have so many fires and explosions occurred in industrial processes that were believed to have adequate protection against such hazards? In many cases, the wrong analyzer was used, or the sampling method was incorrect. Selecting the correct analyzer - and obtaining an accurate sample - is essential to maintaining a safe process. 

FTA vs FID: Questions to Consider

For the past few weeks we've been comparing the use of Flammability (FTA) Analyzers and Flame Ionization (FID) Detectors in process applications.

FTA vs FID: Fail-safe

We've talked about reading error and sample accuracy when comparing the use of Flammability (FTA) Analyzers and Flame Ionization (FID) Detectors in process applications. Today let's talk about a great feature: fail-safe.

FTA vs FID: Sample Accuracy

Last week we talked about reading error, this week let's continue our discussion comparing the use of Flammability (FTA) Analyzers and Flame Ionization (FID) Detectors in process applications, with sample accuracy.

Process atmospheres are typically heated to high temperatures. If any portion of the sample is lost in the sample delivery system, the analyzer will read lower than actual – an unsafe condition.

FTA vs FID: 7 reasons a FID can have a large reading error

Our next topic in the comparison of the Flammability (FTA) Analyzer and Flame Ionization (FID) Detector for use in process applications, is reading error.

FTA vs FID: The Basics

Why have so many fires and explosions occurred in industrial processes that were believed to have adequate protection against such hazards? In many cases, the wrong analyzer was used, or the sampling method was incorrect. Selecting the correct analyzer - and obtaining an accurate sample - is essential to maintaining a safe process. 

Ideally, the analyzer will have an accurate response to a broad range of flammables, will be able to operate in high temperature process environments, and will have a fail-safe design:

Competitive Displacement: Flame Ionization Detection (FID) Technology

Our discussion with Debra Hall, our Director of Sales, on Competitive Displacement in Flammability Monitoring continues this week (read Part 1, Part 2, and

Competitive Displacement:Catalytic Combustion Sensor Technology

Our discussion with Debra Hall, our Director of Sales, on Competitive Displacement in Flammability Monitoring continues this week (read Part 1 and Part 2): 

Part 3: Competition – Catalytic Combustion Sensor Technology 

Competitive Displacement: InfraRed Technology

Our discussion with Debra Hall, our Director of Sales, on Competitive Displacement in flammability Monitoring continues this week (read Part 1 Here): 

Part 2: Competition – InfraRed Technology 

Competitive Displacement: No Monitoring at all

Turning the blog over to Debra Hall, our Director of Sales, for the next four weeks, with an application series on Competitive Displacement in Flammability Monitoring.

Part 1: Competition – No Monitoring at all!

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