Hydrocracker Level Measurements
Are your hydrocracker level measurements off due to changes in specific gravity or hydrogen permeation? Increase reliability of your hydrocracker level measurements. Download the solution.
For the first time, parallel chromatography is made practical with the introduction of the GC Module (GCM) concept. By setting up virtual GCs within a single analyzer, all chromatograph settings, displays, and data are truly segregated for easy understanding and maintenance. Download the solution.
Advanced Combustion Control of Fired Heaters
Fired Heater is widely used in oil refining and petrochemical industry providing heat for a main process or cracking reaction by fuel combustion. Download the solution.
Why Choose GE for Moisture Measurement?
Leveraging the Panametrics and General Eastern brands, GE brings more than 50 years of moisture measurement expertise to the marketplace. With hundreds of applications across a variety of industries, your measurement needs may span beyond just moisture. GE offer the sensors, analyzers, and sample system as an integrated solution that addresses all of these process parameters. Watch the video.
Top 3 Reasons to Calibrate Your Aluminum Oxide Moisture Sensor
Moisture measurement is required in hundreds of applications across a variety of industries. Technicians manage many devices in the plant, and may not be aware of the specific requirements for moisture analyzer maintenance. Regular calibration is the key maintenance item for most moisture analyzers. Watch the video.
7 Steps of Calibration for Aluminum Oxide Moisture Sensors
Calibration of your aluminum oxide moisture sensor is recommended every six to twelve months. Here are the seven key steps involved in the calibration process. Watch the video.
GE helps an oil refiner optimize a reformer process
An oil refinery located in Eastern Canada is capable of producing of more than 300,000 barrels of refined products per day. The refiner had concerns about the performance and accuracy of trace moisture measurement in their catalytic reforming unit. Moisture is a contaminant in the both the feed stock and hydrogen recycle gas streams and has adverse impacts on the operation. So controlling the moisture concentration remains critical for optimized operations and maximized reaction yields from the reformer unit. View the case study.