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    • 15 Jan 2018

    Blog: Adding Wireless Level Switches for Storage Tank Overfill Prevention

    Storage tanks holding volatile fluids must have reliable level measurements to avoid unsafe overfill conditions. A Control Engineering Asia article, Wireless vibrating fork technology enables Hengyang Petrochemical to implement cost-effective overfill prevention solution , describes how this petrochemical producer sought to reduce the risk of overfill conditions. The plant had existing non-contacting radar level measurement...
    • 4 Jan 2018

    Blog: Learn the Basics of Optimum Chlorine Analysis

    By Michael Francis, global product manager, Emerson Automation Solutions Let’s talk chlorine. Obviously, balancing chlorine in water treatment is a critical issue, so having a friendly relationship with your chlorine analyzers is important. Customers ask us a number of basic questions about chlorine and its analysis. Here are a few of these questions with the essential answers from our Rosemount Analytical experts....
    • 20 Dec 2017

    Blog: Vortex Flow Meters in Safety Instrumented Functions

    Safety instrumented systems provide a layer of protection beyond the control system to safely shutdown the process during abnormal situations. A safety instrumented function (SIF) or “safety loop” includes the sensing device, logic solver and final control element to perform safety function upon demand. Flow measurement devices are often the sensing devices in these SIFs. Some flow measurement technologies...
    • 20 Dec 2017

    Blog: The ABCs of pH (part 2)

    By Marc Mason, business development manager, liquid analysis , and Gregory Taylor, sales manager, Emerson Automation Solutions I wanted to share some insights from our liquid analysis experts into the top questions asked by users like you about pH measurement. Today, I’ve selected a few of the questions asked the very most. Chances are, you or someone in your plant have had one or more of these questions puzzling you...
    • 19 Dec 2017

    Blog: 4 Steps in Improving Operational Performance with Wireless Instrumentation

    Standards-based wireless instrumentation for the process industries recently hit its 10-year anniversary . These devices are being used to fill in measurement gaps to improve safety, reliability and efficiency. In a Plant Engineering article, Implementing wireless process sensing , Emerson’s Brian Joe outlines 4 steps in justifying and installing a wireless sensing network. Brian opens describing the increasing...
    • 15 Dec 2017

    Blog: How-To Video on Coriolis and Magmeter Smart Meter Verification

    Flow measurement is a key part of many processes—including those where the custody of the product changes ownership. For these fiscal measurements, accurate and repeatable flow measurement is imperative. Rosemount magnetic flow meters and Micro Motion Coriolis flow meters include Smart Meter Verification (SMV), a diagnostic tool which identify flow meter performance and integrity in-line, on a schedule and without interrupting...
    • 6 Dec 2017

    Blog: Wireless Technology Changes the Bottom Line for Industrial Wastewater Applications

    By Aryanto Wibisono, deputy manager, analytical measurement division, PT Control Systems It’s easy to think of wastewater as the forgotten kid of industrial and municipal applications. The lower budgets and constrained personnel power often means wastewater is the last to take advantage of new technologies and solutions. And sometimes this can be a costly mistake as an installation at an Indonesian Liquid Natural Gas...
    • 5 Dec 2017

    Blog: Onshore Direct from the Wellhead Multiphase Flow Measurement

    Indications keep coming in that the oil & gas production business, particularly in unconventional oil & gas production, continues to improve. This RBN Energy article, Ready To Run – Strong Capex Boost By ConocoPhillips Headlines Early 2018 Guidance is one example of this business improvement trend. The article notes how oil & gas producers have continued to lower their “costs of supply” of...
    • 1 Dec 2017

    Blog: Point and Continuous Level Measurement in Water and Wastewater Applications

    Across many industries, level measurements are critical ones for safe and reliable operations. This is true for the water and wastewater industries. The choice of technologies for these measurements is broad, especially since they fall into two categories point-based (on/off switching) and continuous. In a Water Online article, Point Versus Continuous Level Measuring Technologies , Emerson’s Lydia Miller provides...
    • 29 Nov 2017

    Blog: Multiphase Metering for Onshore Oil and Gas Wells

    U.S. oil production, led by shale production, “…could pass 9.9 million barrels per day in December 2017”, according to Rystad Energy . Oil and gas producers have continued to find ways to reduce capital expenditures on new production and optimize ongoing operational costs. In an E&P article, Multiphase Metering Advances In Onshore Fields , Emerson’s Lars Anders Ruden describes how offshore production...