On-line water hardness measurement
Liquiline System CA80HA hardness analyzer provides precise online analysis of water hardness in drinking and process water, and helps optimize control of water softening processes, such as ion exchange or reverse osmosis; ensures quality of products influenced by water hardness; and analyzes feedwater used in boilers.
CA80HA has a colorimetric analyzer that uses the phthalein purple method, ensuring direct comparability to lab results. It measures calcium carbonate (CaCO3) over a range of 0 to 80 mg/l with accuracy of ±0.5 mg/l. The analyzer has up to two measuring channels and up to four digital inputs for optional Memosens sensors such as pH, ORP, conductivity, oxygen, chlorine, turbidity, etc.
With optional sensors, CH80HA can:
- Measure and calculate pH from two conductivity values according to VGB Standard 405 forboiler feedwater;
- Measure the difference between two measured values from different sources to monitor membranes;
- Calculate differential conductivity to monitor the efficiency of ion exchangers;
- Calculate degassed conductivity for process controls in power plants; and
- Calculate rH from the measured values of a pH and an ORP sensor
Outputs from CA80HA can be used to directly control water processes as the process variables in a control loop; be assigned as a measured variable to a limit contactor; trigger cleaning; be sent to a control system for further analysis; and/or be displayed on the local graphic display, which has 240 x 160-pixel resolution, red display background for alarms and user-definable measuring menus.
Outputs include Profibus DP (Profile 3.02), Modbus TCP, Modbus RS485, EtherNet/IP and up to four 4-20mA current outputs that can be used in parallel.
When Memosens sensors are installed in the system, they're auto-recognized by Liquiline's electronics, making for plug-and-play operation and quick commissioning. Any changes to the electronics can be made by simply adding or subtracting I/O modules, making this plug-and-play as well. The analyzer is designed for automatic cleaning and calibration, eliminating the need for user intervention to perform these activities, reducing the overall operating cost.
CA80HA also complies with harmonized European, Canadian and U.S. standards, including CAN/CSAC22.2 No. 61010-1-12 UL Std. No. 61010-1 (3rd edition).
Hybrid laser for low-cost continuous emissions monitoring
Rosemount CT4400 continuous gas analyzer is reported to be the first purpose-built quantum cascade laser (QCL) and tunable diode laser (TDL) analyzer that measures standard components, such as nitric oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxygen (O2).
Optimized for cold and dry applications running at ambient pressure, CT4400 analyzer offers QCL/TDL technology, including high sensitivity, accuracy, improved stability and low-drift performance in a configuration that allows fast, easy integration into existing plant infrastructure.
Because it can hold up to four laser modules, CT4400 can measure up to seven application-specific gas components simultaneously, providing flexibility in continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) applications. This simultaneous, multi-component analysis in one analyzer reduces the need for and cost of multiple analyzers.
The heart of Rosemount CT4400 is QCL technology, which detects gas molecules in the near- and mid-infrared wavelength ranges. It employs a patented laser chirp technique that enables detection of individual gas species, free from the cross-interference effects of other gas components in stream, making the measurement highly accurate and stable down to sub ppm concentrations.
Cross-pipe version of TDL
GPro 500 cross-pipe, tunable diode laser (TDL) gas analyzer solves typical TDL alignment issues by combining its laser source and receiver into one unit. A probe attached to the sensor features a corner cube at its end that redirects the laser beam back to the sensor, which means loss of alignment isn't possible. The 2D corner cube array is positioned in the pipe, opposite the analyzer head. Exact alignment isn't required because, as long as there's a straight path between the two parts, the laser will hit the array and the beam will be directed back to the photodiode in the analyzer. The probe concept is reliable in stacks with a diameter of less than one meter. For wider stacks where gas concentration isn't constant, GPro 500 has extended its family's application coverage.
FT-NIR for refinery optimization
Talys ASP400 is a single-point, fiber-optic FT-NIR analyzer that makes in-line monitoring and control of continuous processes easy. Its simple installation enables real-time process monitoring, determination of stream properties or physical qualities, process characterization and early troubleshooting. Talys ASP400's embedded Ex Area purge controller provides full connectivity to DCS, Modbus, TCP/IP, RTU and OPC. With virtually no scheduled maintenance for five-years, it also achieves low total cost of ownership (TCO).
Flue gas measure, monitor
MCS200HW multi-component analyzer system provides continuous monitoring of up to 10 IR measurement components, including O2 and TOC in flue gases of industrial combustion plants. It has hot/wet extractive technology, which means all parts that touch media, from the gas sample probe to the cell, are heated above the dew point and protected from corrosion.
MCS200HW delivers wear-free gas distribution through ejector pumps, while an integrated oxygen sensor measures oxygen, and optional TOC measurements can be supplemented via an integrated MS811 Fidori device.
Internal reference point monitoring is also available that allows quick checks of measured values with test gases. A certified digital Modbus interface and the task assistant are integrated into the software to ease operation.
Other benefits include:
- Reliable measurement results, even for water-soluble gas components;
- Only one analyzer necessary for simultaneous monitoring of up to 12 gas components;
- Measurement components can be put together flexibly and extended at any time;
- Convenient, task-oriented operation;
- Remote access without additional software;
- High availability due to certified internal third-party monitoring (QAL3) without test gases;
- Low service costs thanks to minimal maintenance requirements; and
- Complete data transmission through only one interface possible
OptiPMD robust, portable, one-pushbutton, micro-distillation analyzer is simple and reduces the need for training, and complies with ASTM D7345 requirements, enabling it to be used with more than 10 fuel specifications, including gasoline with up to 20% ethanol, diesel, jet fuel, kerosene and biodiesels. It performs a physical atmospheric distillation in just 10 minutes using just a 10 ml sample, reportedly saving 25-35 minutes compared to D86 analyzers.
OptiMD safety capabilities include an optical flame detector, built-in fire suppression system, and quality control functions that let users enter specification limits by product. It also complies with ASTM D7345 and IP 596, and perfectly correlates with ASTM D86, D1160 (biodiesel B100), ISO 3405 and IP123. It's also included in 10 ASTM fuel specifications as an alternative to D86 for product certification, and is compliant with international fuel specs in Canada, Mexico, Chile and India, as well as Def Stan 91-091 for jet fuel.
Real-time BTU analysis and gas speciation
FlarePro process mass spectrometer offers real-time BTU analysis and gas speciation in one, reliable, easy-to-use package for a range of flare gas applications. FlarePro speciates organics, and excels at measuring hydrogen, nitrogen, CO, and CO2, making it an all-in-one analyzer that replaces gas chromatographs and discrete analytical devices. This is a field-proven system that users can depend on for flare BTU applications.
Four-wire liquid analyzer and adapter
Sencom FLXA402 four-wire liquid analyzer and Sencom SA11 smart adapter improve maintenance efficiency; enable flexible design and operation of liquid analysis data monitoring systems; connect to multiple sensors, perform diagnostics; and communicate digitally with host systems. FLXA402 can perform measurements, while SA11 comes with data conversion, transmission, calibration and diagnostics functions, can serve as a transmitter, and works with dedicated pH and ORP sensors.
FLXA402 works with existing analog sensors (pH/ORP, conductivity, inductive conductivity and dissolved oxygen), optical dissolved oxygen sensors, and with SA11 and its dedicated sensors. By using FLXA402 with SA11 and their peripheral BA11 junction box, it's possible to connect up to five sensors, reducing both system cost and footprint. To transfer diagnostics and other data to a host system, FLXA402 supports HART7 and Modbus protocols. They also facilitate connection to the cloud and construction of an IIoT environment s for improved field maintenance.
Simple, sensitive process GC
Maxum modular, online process gas chromatograph is simple, powerful, and features sensitive thermal conductivity detectors and standardized analytical modules. These detectors and modules enable ease of maintenance by exchange and repair. which results in simplicity, minimized downtime and low cost of ownership. The compact design is suitable for electrically hazardous installation, even in CI, Div. 1, Group A areas.
Inrared, cross-stack laser
CEMS and process monitoring gas analyzers provide infrared and cross-stack laser process analysis for compliant CEMS and process applications. Multi-component infrared analyzers are available for up to five gases, including CO, CO2, NOx, and SOx, methane and oxygen. They're suited for oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical and power industry applications. They're also available with specialized models for automobile and heat treatment emissions applications.
Free chlorine analyzer for hazardous areas
FCX80 free chlorine analyzer has an advanced plumb-and-play design, economical reagent-less sensors and rugged construction, and it's FM/ATEX/IECEx approved for use in hazardous areas in water/wastewater processes and complies with U.S. EPA Method 334.0 for measuring drinking water. It's panel mounted for monitoring freshwater samples for chlorine at 0.05 to 20 ppm in its standard range, or at 0.01-5.00 ppm with an optional low-range sensor.
FCX80 also features digital communications and amperometric sensing based on polarographic technology that relies on gold/silver materials and a PTFE membrane. It operates at 0-50 °C (32-122 °F), and its response time is T90 in 2 minutes. The only maintenance required is the replacement of its economical electrolyte solution at up to 12 months.
FCX80 has a plug-and-play design that incorporates a constant-head flow control device, pH sensor, free chlorine sensor and analyzer/transmitter conveniently mounted on a PVC panel. Users simply connect the sample and drain lines, connect power and outputs, and FCX80 is ready to use in less than 30 minutes. Its standard configuration features two 4-20 mA outputs, three single-pull/double-throw (SPDT) alarm relays and a Modbus remote telemetry unit(RTU).
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