combustible gas Applications

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Combustion gas analysis for the glass industry

by IMR Environmental Equipment, Inc.     based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

Flue-gas analyzers are designed to be rugged and accurate at the same time. They are used by the HVAC industry, energy industry, process control, glass industry, food industry, universities and analysis is required. 

Integrated real-time gas analysis solution for combustion efficiency sector

by CIC Photonics, Inc.     based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA)

CIC Photonics has made its mark with several R&D institutes where research is underway to determine the optimum thermodynamic performance of new turbine engine designs combined with new diesel fuel formulations. This sophisticated IRGAS technology has included not only a basic FTIR gas analyzer but also analyzers for H2, O2, THC, and a powder meter all integrated into a comprehensive IRGAS Solution.

Combustion gas analysis for the indoor environment industry

by IMR Environmental Equipment, Inc.     based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

Flue-gas analyzers are designed to be rugged and accurate at the same time. They are used by the HVAC industry, energy industry, process control, glass industry, food industry, universities and analysis is required. 

Measurement solution for multi-stream combustion research

by Protea Limited     based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM

Protea supplied a complete turn-key measuring system for multi-point sampling in a University combustion research laboratory. Utilising the latest in FTIR spectroscopy, atmosFIR, a complete cabinet system was supplied containing: atmosFIR FTIR Gas analyser, Sampling System Control Module (SSCM), Heated Stream Selection Module (HSSM), Temperature Control Module (TCM), 4 heated sample lines, 4 heated sample probes, Embedded PC controller.

Coal Combustion Residuals Disposal for Power Plants

by CETCO     based in Hoffman Estates, ILLINOIS (USA)

Coal combustion residuals (CCR) are generated during the power generation process and can include fly ash, bottom ash, boilerslag, and flue gas desulfurization (FGD) residuals. CCRs contain trace concentrations of heavy metals and therefore cannot be dumped or stored where rainwater can leach the metals. Liner systems can be used to contain the coal combustion by-products and protect them from leaching into the environment.

Flaring Solutions for Gas Processing Facilities

by ABUTEC LLC     based in Kennesaw, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

ABUTEC’s proprietary technology was designed to provide cost-competitive solutions and the industry’s lowest operating costs and cost of ownership. Our uniquely engineered burner system offers a significant reduction in make-up fuel over premixed surface combustion systems, thermal oxidizers or traditional pipe flares. In addition, we meet EPA requirements for 40 CFR 60.18 and local BACT (Best Available Control Technology) and MACT (Maximum Achievable Control Technology) at the state and local levels. We will perform a complete return-on-investment analysis for you while showing you your total cost of ownership.

Gas Sensing for Gasification

by Edinburgh Instruments Ltd     based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM

Syngas (short for synthetic gas) can be burnt and used as a fuel source, the main constituents of syngas are Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Hydrogen (H), which amount for around 85% of Syngas, and it is produced by a process called Gasification. Gasification starts with a base material which can originate from a wide variety of materials for example wood chips and pellets, plastics, municipal solid waste, sewage, waste crops, and fossil fuels such as coal. During Gasification the base material is reacted at high temperature without combustion with controlled amounts of oxygen (O) or steam. The composition of the base material combined with the amount of oxygen and heat used in the process affects the composition of the resultant SynGas, in which the CO can vary between around 20 and 60%. In addition, large amounts of H and CO are also formed. The measurement of CO is therefore an important feature in the production of SynGas.

Measurement of hydrogen in fuels for oil & gas industry

by Oxford Instruments plc     based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM

The combustion properties of fuels are key to the efficient and safe operation of engines used in machinery and plant. One important way to measure the combustion properties of a fuel is by its hydrogen content. The measurement of hydrogen content is widely used for the characterisation of aviation fuel but with the increasing costs of all fuels and the greater incentives for fuel adulteration, this test is increasingly being adopted for non-aviation applications. Our benchtop NMR analyser MQC-23 system is widely used for the measurement of hydrogen in fuels in accordance with ASTM D7171-05.

Flaring Solutions for the Upstream Oil & Gas Industry - Oil & Gas Produced Water

by ABUTEC LLC     based in Kennesaw, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Because of the huge increase in U.S. natural gas production, there is elevated concern over the production of water that occurs in natural gas and oil fields. These concerns have led to additional state and federal regulations for low emission combustion technology and how companies will deal with produced water. ABUTEC’s high temperature enclosed combustors meet state and federal regulations for burning waste gas at a minimum of 99% destruction and removal efficiency (DRE), meaning almost 100 percent of the vapor to be destroyed is converted to CO2 and water. These combustors are of high quality, flexibility, low emissions, CSA-approved and able to burn very low calorific gas. Additionally, when combined with a heat exchanger, the unit can evaporate the excess produced water eliminating the need for expensive trucking or disposal.

Gas monitoring and dust monitoring for the power industry

by NEO Monitors AS     based in Skedsmokorset, NORWAY

LaserGas measurements

  • Boiler combustion control, O2 and CO
  • DeNOx system, NH3 and NO
  • Electrostatic precipitators (ESP), CO monitoring for explosion prevention
  • Stack gas emissions, NH3, H2O, NO
  • Coal silos, CO monitoring for explosion prevention and detection of smouldering fires (only in coal fired plants)

LaserDust measurements

  • Stack gas emission
  • Coal silo, explosion prevention

Gas detection analyzers for storage

by Control Instruments Corporation     based in Fairfield, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Flammable & combustible liquids are found in virtually every industrial plant. The quantities of these can vary from a few ounces in aerosol cans to several thousand gallons in bulk storage tanks. The principal hazard associated with storage is the accidental discharge or release of the flammable or combustible material into the surrounding area.

Gas monitoring instruments and systems for DeNOx process control

by Gasmet Technologies Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

In most combustion process atmospheric nitrogen reacts with oxygen in high temperature conditions to produce nitrogen oxides (NOx). Total NOx production is the sum of nitrogen monoxide NO and nitrogen dioxide NO2. The emissions of these gases are controlled through setting of emission limit values (ELVs) for power plants.

Gas monitoring instruments and systems for engine emissions measurements

by Gasmet Technologies Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

The exhaust gas from combustion engines is a complex mixture of gases and particulate matter. The composition of the gas may change rapidly. Multicomponent analysis of exhaust gases can be performed with a Gasmet™ FTIR Gas Analyzer with a response time (T90) of one second. The winning combination is the result using of a small volume gas sample cell, a powerful sample pump and a fast detector with liquid nitrogen cooling. The analyzer, sampling system and computer can be assembled on a cart for use in a dynamometer laboratory, or the portable version can be used for roadside tests.

Gas monitoring and dust monitoring for the steel industry

by NEO Monitors AS     based in Skedsmokorset, NORWAY

  • Blast furnace offgas, combustion control, CO, CO2, O2
  • Converter (Basic oxygen furnace BOF)
    • CO gas recovery
    • O2 measurement for explosion prevention
  • Electric arc furnace offgas, combustion control, CO, O2, H2O
  • Reheating furnaces, O2
  • Coking plant
    • CO analysis in oven offgas
    • O2 analysis for explosion prevention in raw coke gas or after tar precipitator
    • NH3 measurement after scrubber
    • H2S measurement after scrubber

NOx analyzers for Source Emissions

by ECO PHYSICS, INC.     based in Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN (USA)

NOx analyzers for measuring emissions from refineries, power generation, industrial processes and other sources, as well as for combustion research. View Source Emissions Products

Cetane Number of Diesel Fuels #3010

by Guided Wave Inc,     based in Rancho Cordova, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Cetane number of a diesel fuel is a measure of the ignition properties and is an important specification that must be met during fuel production. The traditional laboratory method for Cetane number determination is the knock engine method in which the fuel is burned and its combustion characteristics compared to known standards. This method is time and labor intensive, and provides no ability for real time control of production. This note discusses the use of Guided Wave hardware and software tools for the measurement of Cetane number in diesel fuel using fiber optic-based, Near-Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy. NIR is applied in real-time directly in process monitoring or as a laboratory procedure. In either case NIR is a time and money saving alternative to traditional methods.

Percent Aromatics in Gasoline #3008

by Guided Wave Inc,     based in Rancho Cordova, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The aromatic content of gasoline determines many of its combustion properties. Since it also impacts the environmental characteristics of the fuel it is desirable to have accurate measurements of this parameter. The traditional analytical method for measuring aromatics is either gas chromatography (GC) or an older method entitled fluorescent indicator adsorption (FIA), both of which are time and labor intensive. This note will discuss the use of Guided Wave hardware and software tools for the measurement of % aromatics in fuel products using fiber optic-based, Near-Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy. NIR can be applied in real time directly in process monitoring or as a laboratory procedure. In either case NIR is a time and money saving alternative to traditional methods. Request Application Note #3008

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