PPM measurement at the outlet of the oxidizer ensures that it does not exceed emission levels. In addition, by monitoring at the inlet and outlet of the oxidizer hydrocarbons can be measured and compared before and after processing, indicating efficiency.
For the next few weeks we're going to deep dive into our Chemical E-Book, our first topic is: Ovens & Dryers.
Many chemical processes involve coating a product with a flammable solvent or mixture of solvents and then run through an oven to dry the solvents. At this point an explosive level of vapors is possible and needs to be monitored.
Control Instruments was featured in a cover story article & digital report from Global Manufacturing Magazine.
The magazine, in conjunction with Transcontinental Advanced Coatings, spoke about their operations and showcased their on-going success and developments in regards to their Factory of the Future Innovations, along with their ‘Manufacturing Best Practices' which highlighted our LFL/LEL Analyzers.
We are happy to announce that Jeff Sampson will be taking on the role of Sales Director for Control Instruments Corporation.
Jeff has distinguished himself over the past twenty five years with Control Instruments, most recently handling key corporate accounts, both domestic and international. Along with our sales team of Chris Grieshaber, Bob Nutting and Dina Timoteo, Jeff will be assisting our valued customers and global group of partners in continuing to build a successful future together.
For the next few weeks we're going to look at some application examples from our Chemical E-Book, this week we'll focus on a method of cleaning up plant wastewater streams: Scrubbers. Wet scrubbers are effective air pollution control devices for removing particles and/or gases from industrial exhaust streams. Scrubber liquid normally has very low organics, but the outlet must be monitored due to ever changing concentrations.