Safely Using Hydrogen

Many companies are concerned about the use of Hydrogen in their plant to operate an analyzers.  The use of hydrogen in our analyzers is so small that a typical hydrogen system containing less than 400 ft3 of hydrogen (or two standard 200 ft3 cylinders each) would be exempt from any increase in building or Fire Code requirements.

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The 2013 NCCA Fall Technical Meeting

This year we will be presenting at the 2013 National Coil Coating Association (NCCA) Fall technical meeting, September 24-26 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel in Maryland. We will be discussing how to control dampers for energy savings in coil coating ovens. In addition to the presentation, stop by and visit with us at the annual NCCA Trade Show (9/25, 4:30 - 7:00 p.m.). For more details on the event visit The NCCA's website.

Using Infrared Technology in a Flexible Packaging Application

The flexible packaging industry is a large and vast marketplace, often times there are different gas detection solutions depending on the particular process you are trying to monitor. Today we are goign to focus on rotogravure and flexographic printing presses that apply solvent borne inks to a variety of web materials including plastic, paper and foil. 

Accurately and Continuously Measure Over a Wide Measurement Range

An exploration and production company, that builds natural gas reserves through the acquisition and development of oil and gas assets, uses multiple scrubbers to clean out the impurities of the natural gas that they receive. The impurities consist of hydrogen sulfide and amines. They dump this waste into their flare stack and then sell the cleaned natural gas.