Increased confidence in Hydrocarbon Dew Point measurements: new white paper available from Michell Instruments

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Hydrocarbon Dew-Point is a critical parameter in determining the quality of natural gas. High levels of heavy hydrocarbons in natural gas present possible safety issues and may cause damage to pipeline transmission systems and jeopardise operation of gas turbines.

Typical Condumax II online installation

Typical Condumax II online installation

Online HCDP analyzers provide peace of mind that the process is monitored continuously, however, over time even these reliable instruments need calibration and maintenance. Verifying the online HCDP measurements not only ensures gas quality, but also protects equipment, ensures maintenance is carried out in time and avoids costly penalties for non-conformance to standards.

Michell Instruments has published a white paper which takes an unbiased look at the reasons for carrying out field verifications of hydrocarbon dew point measurements, and the benefits of each of the currently available options.

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