It is becoming necessary to measure the energy of fuels formed by complex mixtures of combustible and non-combustible gases and vapors that vary in concentration or composition over time due to changing conditions. Since many fuel mixtures contain a variety of combustible gases and vapors it is important to consider the response of the analyzer to each component.
The CalorVal is our BTU Analyzer for directly measuring total heating value, we've compiled a list of answers to the top questions we get asked about it:
Every year excessive increases in LFL levels result in severe plant damage, extended downtime, injuries, and even death to personnel. Using the correct analyzer to monitor the LFL level in the process can greatly reduce these risks and help comply with standards and regulations.
The appropriate LFL monitor will protect plant & personnel, comply with relevant codes & standards, AND can also increase the profitability of a production process. Choosing the right LFL monitor may take time and effort, but the benefits to a company and it‘s employees are more than worth it.
Let's conclude our discussion about SIL by contemplating the answer to the following question..are you just trying to meet specifications or are you designing a safety system?
Companies in industries around the world are expected to produce safe products and provide a secure working environment. This can be achieved by anticipating hazards that might occur and creating a safety system to combat them. The approach a company takes to control the risks and liabilities that go along with these hazards is an essential part of the safety process.
We bid farewell to Bob Nutting, our Corporate Accounts & Northeast Regional Mgr.
As of June 29th Bob has retired from Control Instruments after almost 44 years of service. Bob was a terrific employee and we will miss him!
Clint Barth will be taking over Bob’s territory.