To combat production declines at aging oil wells, oil and gas companies turn to enhanced oil recovery to optimize output. Some of those methods are dependent on collecting CO2 from gas operations and holding it underground — also known as carbon capture and storage — until needed. The ability to accurately measure CO2in these processes is critical.
This article covers the different methods and scientific techniques behind optical gas imaging including how the detectors operate, cooling methods, and image normalization. Additional topics include spectral adaptation, gas infrared absorption spectra, gas stream visualization, and key concepts for making gas clouds visible.
De Nora Water Technologies’ SANILEC 6 system generates sodium hypochlorite wherever and whenever disinfection is required. These lightweight, extremely portable systems are designed for use in rural or isolated locations where water purification, waste treatment, or surface disinfection is required.
The QEM Series in-line ultrasonic flow meter has been specifically designed for applications that require excellent accuracy and reliability at an OEM price point. The compact QEM Series has no moving parts; this results in a very rugged, reliable, and accurate flow meter. The small footprint, lightweight device is ideal for low-viscosity liquid applications including water-based products, oils, and its plastic and stainless steel construction makes it the meter of choice for many corrosive fluids.