Manual Sampling System
Sample hazardous process streams safely by minimizing the escape of harmful vapors, protecting your operators and the environment. Manual sampling use to of low-emission liquid and gas samplers engineered for refining and petrochemical environments.
Easy-to-use drip pot assemblies to collect samples within a pipeline or other pressurized system for the purpose of examining and measuring corrosion products and other contaminants.
CPDS (Coal Pre-ignition Detection System)
While most coal-handling facilities today have some type of plant-wide monitoring and control system in place for fire detection.
A growing need to increase productivity in these plants, it is more important than ever to focus on early detection and to employ preventive rather than reactive measures.
More and more power plants and coal preparation plants today are utilizing carbon monoxide detection to pinpoint hot spots or smoldering fires, and methane detection to prevent explosion.
Designs early warning systems for the continuous monitoring of potential fires in coal processing, transportation and storage. Coal Pre-ignition Detection System (CPDS) can notify you of a potentially hazardous situation in your mill by detecting a build-up of carbon monoxide (CO). The CPDS provides a warning of the potential for a pulverized coal fire incident. The CPDS continuously monitors CO levels for a build-up of CO and provides a warning of potential fires in your coal processing and storage systems.
Real life experience has demonstrated that the use of CO detection is the most effective way of providing early warning of fire.
In many cases the use of CO monitors could have prevented fires and explosions.
LNG Sampling System
LNG Sampling Systems are used for collecting samples during the custody transfer of LNG cargo. By offline (lab) analysis of these retained samples, principal proof of the transferred LNG quality can be obtained. Together with the density and the quantity transferred, the commercial value of the cargo can be determined.
LNG sample system facilitates the vaporization and conditioning of a sample of LNG from its liquid state to a gaseous state in compliance with the International Standards for LNG sampling.
In order to determine the quality of the LNG it is first necessary to undertake particular operations to condition the fluid sampled from its initial state, liquid at low temperature, to a final state, gas at ambient temperature, without partial vaporization or loss of product.
Gas Metering System
Several types of LNG flow meter exist but LNG ship cargo transfer is conventionally measured by volumetric gauging for custody transfer.
However, the question is often asked, can in-line LNG flow measurement be used for custody transfer, or as a check measurement or for allocation purposes.
Gas quality needs to be taken in to account. Usually a gas analyzer is installed to monitor gas for H2S, O2, N2, CO2 and other contamination that exceed quality requirements.
AQMS (Air Quality Monitoring System) & Weather Station
Air Quality Monitoring Systems is a facility to measure concentration of air pollutants (such as SO2, NOx, CO, O3, THC etc), and particulate matters continuously.
Complete ambient air monitoring station for plant ambient air monitoring which are including particulate, gaseous pollutants and environmental conditions.
Weather Station is a system that measures metrological parameters such as wind speed, wind direction, rainfall, radiation, temperature, barometric pressure and ambient parameters. Weather Station is provide combine or separate with AQMS.
Effluent Monitoring System
Installation of online effluent quality monitoring system at the outlet of the identified units for the measurement of the parameters, pH, COD, BOD and other sector specific parameters
AMADAS (Analyzer Management And Data Acquisition System)
Analyzer Management and Data Systems (AMADAS) are meant to monitor, maintain, determine and improve the performance of on-line process analyzers. AMADAS is an analyzer management and data acquisition system using control charting techniques and statistical process control to determine the performance, availability and maintainability of a broad variety of process analyzers and other critical instruments. In this way, AMADAS supports operators to achieve optimal efficiency in the maintenance of gas chromatographs, process analyzers, and similar equipment.
AMADAS improves on-line process analysis efficiency by accurately assessing and displaying the data of each analyzer.