Temperature monitoring on flat glass lines
Careful monitoring of glass temperatures and of production equipment and machinery is the only way to ensure that product quality will meet stringent marketplace requirements. During the various production stages, temperatures are mostly measured without contact, eg in the glass melting furnace, in the working tank, in the feeder or in the gob.
Source: GlassWorldwide, DECEMBER Issue 2017, p.96-97
Measurement of Refrigerant Emission of Mobile A/C Systems
The emission of man-made gases into the atmosphere has been associated with potential future adverse affects on the global climate.
Source: Engineering Update, NOVEMBER Issue 2017, p.38-39
Environmental Emissions Process Monitoring in the Oil & Gas Industry
Advanced Solutions controlling Thermal Oxidizer temperatures and Flare Stack Pilot monitoring. Thermal oxidizers are used to destroy hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) from industrial air streams through thermal combustion where they are oxidized to form CO2 and H2O.
Source: Oil & Gas Innovation, OCTOBER Issue 2017
Thermal imaging systems enable operators to remotely confirm fiare operations and automatically detect differences in heat signatures. With continuous online monitoring and software, operators can get an accurate picture of their fiares and allow them to operate safely and in compliance.
Source: Hydrocarbon Engineering, OCTOBER Issue 2017, p.31 ff
Precise Temperature Control assures High Quality Steel
Process monitoring during continuous casting using special ratio-pyrometers and thermal imagers from LumaSense that accurately measure cooling requirements of slabs, billets, or blooms to ensure product uniformity and provide equipment operators with immediate temperature information that is critical to the cooling process.
Source: Industrial Process Review, SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER Issue 2017, p.13/14
A matter of degrees
LumaSense Technologies’ E2T product manager, David Ducharme, explains why accurate temperature measurement is critical in a modified Claus sulphur reactor.
There are two critical temperatures required for the safe and efficient operation of a sulphur furnace...
Source: InnovOil, July Issue 54/2017, p.11
Thermal imaging camera from LumaSense targets industrial process control and monitoring
Featuring a resolution that is four times greater than the camera it replaces, the MCL640 thermal imaging camera from LumaSense Technologies was designed specifically for industrial process control and monitoring.
Source: Vision Systems Design, July Issue 2017
Online Dissolved Gas Analysis
Transformer and Load Tap Changer (LTC) assets are among the most expensive pieces of equipment for electric utilities. Preserve these assets by using an appropriate DGA (Dissolved Gas Analysis) diagnostic method to improve service reliability, avoid transformer failure, and defer capital expenditures for new transformer assets.
Source: Process Engineering Manufacturing & Control (PECM), MAY/ JUNE Issue 26/2017, p.116
Permanent Remote Asset Monitoring Assures Increased Reliability
Automated, continuous thermal and visual monitoring of critical industrial assets enables early fault detection. Conditioned-based maintenance (CBM) is essential for electric utilities and most utilities have initiatives and investments to realize these goals.
Source: Industrial Process Review magazine, MARCH/APRIL Issue 2/2017
Increased reliability through permanent remote asset monitoring
Automated, continuous thermal and visual monitoring of critical industrial assets for early fault detection
Source: Process Engineering Manufacturing & Control (PECM), JANUARY Issue 24/2017, p.88