Minimizing Project Execution Risks for Complex Analytical Systems

Many manufacturers and producers require high-resolution analysis of liquid and process gas streams as an integral part of their production processes. A big challenge is in designing, engineering, installing, commissioning and supporting these complex analytical systems over their lifespans.

This 3-minute YouTube video, Rosemount Analytical Systems and Integration Services, highlights considerations to reduce project execution risks for the installation and commissioning of complex analytical systems. 

The video highlights the advantages of Emerson as a single-source supplier, which includes reliable Rosemount liquid analysis and gas analysis devices, and a global network of integration centers with application and project execution experts,. These integration centers provide turnkey, engineered analytical systems from concept through commissioning and ongoing lifecycle services support.

Emerson's Rosemount Analyical Integration CentersSome of the industry applications include natural gas processing, ethylene production, ammonia & fertilizers, refining, natural gas transmission, liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing, electrical power generation, and continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS).

Watch the video to see visual examples of integrated systems created for gas analysis systems, liquid analysis systems, sample handling systems. CEMS, and flexible packaging—from stand-alone panels and cabinets to three-sided shelters and environmentally controlled walk-in enclosures—designed for the environments in which the systems will operate.

For more information, visit the Process Gas and Liquid Analytical Systems section on You can also connect and interact with other measurement and analytical experts in the Measurement Instrumentation group in the Emerson Exchange 365 community.

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