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Spectroscopy is an industry-proven tool for the real-time monitoring of reaction conditions and subsequent grading of finished petrochemical products in a refinery. Our GUIDED WAVE™ Near-Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is used to monitor the hydrocarbon composition of various streams.
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EXTREL™ Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer and COSA XENTAUR™ BTU Wobbe Calorimeters are two types of analytical instruments that can be used to monitor flare gas emissions and ensure compliance with regulations. We also offer our ATOM INSTRUMENT™ FGA-1000™ Flare Gas Analyzer as an ideal online process analyzer utilizing patented Excimer UV Fluorescence (EUVF) Technology to measure Total Sulfur in refinery flare gas and subsequent sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions as mandated by the EPA Rule 40 CFR 60, Subpart Ja.
Sulfur is a naturally occurring element that is present in crude oil and petroleum products. During the refining process, sulfur compounds can be converted into hydrogen sulfide (H2S), which is a toxic and corrosive gas that can pose significant health and safety risks to workers in oil refineries. Our ATOM INSTRUMENT™ total-sulfur analyzers are an ideal solution. Our patented Excimer UV Fluorescence (EUVF) Technology is incorporated into our online analyzers. This technology provides high reliability and confidence of analytical results, reduces operational and maintenance costs, meets today’s emission standards, and delivers outstanding analytical performance to meet the challenges of future emission requirements.
Crude oil processing for naphtha conversion is a refining process that involves the conversion of heavy crude oil into lighter hydrocarbon products, such as naphtha, which is a feedstock for petrochemical production. Our ANALECT® Series of FTIR/FT-NIR Process Analyzers are widely used in crude oil processing applications.
n hydrocarbon processing, instrument air is used as a clean and dry source of compressed air to power pneumatic instruments, valves, and other equipment. Instrument air is typically generated by compressing atmospheric air using a compressor, which can introduce moisture and contaminants into the air. To prevent these issues, instrument air is typically passed through a series of filters and dryers to remove moisture and other impurities.
Our COSA XENTAUR™ XPDM™ dew point meter is designed for use in hydrocarbon processing applications. It is specifically designed to measure the dew point of compressed air and other gases, which is an important parameter for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of equipment in hydrocarbon processing facilities.
Fuel color and turbidity are important characteristics of fuels because they can affect the performance and efficiency of engines that use the fuel. Our GUIDED WAVE™ NIR Spectrometers are commonly used to monitor fuel color and turbidity. These instruments use near-infrared (NIR) light to measure the properties of a substance, including the color and turbidity of a fuel.
Gas analyzers are an essential component in steam methane reformers (SMRs) as they provide critical information on the composition of the process gas streams, including hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide. Our TIGER OPTICS™ CRDS gas analyzers are used in steam reforming processes to monitor the concentrations of hydrogen and other gases, as well as to perform hydrogen purity analysis.
Process water is an important component in hydrocarbon processing, and it is used in a variety of ways.
Wastewater is used in hydrocarbon processing in several ways. Total organic carbon (TOC) monitoring is important in wastewater management in hydrocarbon processing.
Gas analyzers are essential in hydrocarbon processing for safety and compliance purposes:
Monitoring the Total Organic Carbon (TOC) levels in the condensate from heat exchangers is crucial in boilers. When TOC levels exceed acceptable limits, immediate action is required to divert the condensate away from the boiler to avoid potential damage. By implementing continuous TOC monitoring, operators can swiftly make necessary adjustments, effectively preventing equipment damage, production downtime, and financial losses.
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