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Airborne Detection Of Methane Leaks Using Hyperspectral Imaging By TELOPS
The worldwide natural gas transmission and distribution system is composed of millions of kilometers of pipelines and by thousands of transmission and compressor stations, valves, and distribution centers. With an ever-increasing regulatory pressure and increased cost of raw material, oil and gas pipeline companies and distributors are worried about gas leaks occurring in their aging infrastructures.
7 Steps To Choosing The Right Pressure Gauge By Ashcroft Inc.
Selecting the right pressure gauge — one that withstands wear and tear and corrosion over time — ensures the plant has an accurate pressure measurement. Yet, with so many pressure gauges on the market, it can be difficult to ensure you are choosing the one that suits your plant’s specific needs. Download this article to learn the seven steps to choosing the right mechanical pressure gauge for your plant.
The Thermo Scientific line of gas flow instruments offer rapid and automatic upstream, midstream and downstream solutions to meet your monitoring requirements. Thermo Scientific gas flow instruments are built to help customers manage critical processes, including production and distribution, in real time and are engineered to perform under demanding conditions, and deliver highly accurate, reliable performance. Learn more.
When the Village of Windsor, New York, replaced its mechanical flow meter with an electromagnetic flow meter in 2003, it was with high hopes that the newer technology would be less prone to failure and require less maintenance.
The job of cleaning up our global water supply is more challenging today than at any other point in history. Stricter environmental regulations are a reality whether doing business on land or at sea, in the U.S. or abroad.