Level Sensors

Level measurement is an important parameter in a processing facility. There are multiple types of level sensing elements. A few of them are listed below: Gauge Glass Gauge glass is the most common level sensor type used in the industries. There are two common classifications of gauge glass: Transparent Type Read more…

Flow Sensors

Variable head flow meters The pressure drop in a flowing fluid can be created by installing an obstacle in the flow path. Flowmeters in this class detect a pressure difference across a flow element specially designed to create that pressure difference. The most common flow element is the orifice plate, Read more…

Mass Flow Meters

When the physical properties of the fluid are not available, mass measurement devices are used to estimate the flow rate. Mass measurement is significant in streams containing CH4 and C2H6 because of substantial solution mixing effects. Mass measurement is accomplished by multiplying the volume of the fluid at flowing conditions Read more…

Natural Gas Sampling

Natural gas sampling is commonly used to secure a representative sample of produced gas for a specific period of time. To truly represent the varying composition stream, the more often sampling is required. The sampling system commonly consists of: Sample probe Connecting tubing Sample containers Sample valve Heat tracing and Read more…

Rota Meter

Rotameter is a flow measuring device commonly used in chemical and related industries. It is a simple piece of equipment that consists of a tapered tube and float. The float is placed inside the tube and nets are placed at both ends of the tube. This arrangement can be connected Read more…

Barton chart

BARTON chart recorders are renowned for the accurate, reliable measurement and recording of pressure, differential pressure (DP), and temperature. Their fully mechanical operation is independent of external utilities that facilitate a low installation cost or portability. The installed Barton charts have the ability to measure the temperature, pressure, and differential Read more…