Demand-driven combustion gas supplies in chemical parks
Published on 22 March, 2016 | Process gases from chemical plants are regarded as a valuable energy source today and are being further used as combustion gases. As a result, service providers have come into being in chemical plants that, as gas suppliers, analyze process gases produced on-site for energy content, process them if necessary, supply them to resident facilities, and perform accounting of the energy quantities supplied..
Safeguarding thermal processes with gas measuring technology
Published on 23 February, 2016 | Control of thermal processes in the glass, ceramics, and steel industries requires accurate information about the properties of the combustion gases used. This requirement is becoming increasingly difficult to meet in light of current changes in the gas market. Modern gas measuring technology, such as a combination of calorimeter and gas analyzer, offers a solution.
ECOLOGY AND ECONOMY
Published on 18 November, 2015 | Today, even though they have less energy content than natural gas, process gases produced in many process-related operations are being collected in gasometers and used as combustion gas in place of natural gas in thermal processes.
Utilize process gases instead of flaring them
Published on 13 October, 2015 | Many process-related operations in the industry produce process gases that in the past have often been regarded as by-products and have been flared at the expense of the environment. This practice is changing in light of growing energy awareness.
Reliable operation of gas turbines
Published on 23 September, 2015 | Liberalised gas markets and the increased use of process gases as an energy source frequently result in fluctuating gas quality for consumers. If thermally sensitive processes or burners are involved, monitoring and, if necessary, conditioning of the supplied gas is a must. The combustion calorimeters in the CWD2005 series determine the gas parameters required for this purpose directly and continuously. Their suitability is proven on drilling platforms, for example.