Flare Monitoring in the Petrochemical Industry
Safe flare operation and environmental protection require reliable and accurate flare pilot monitoring. Alternative flare monitoring technologies are provided by infrared pyrometers and imaging pilot monitoring systems.
Source: Maintworld, OCTOBER Issue 2018
Furnace Spection™ for temperature monitoring inside high temperature furnaces
FurnaceSpection’s proven technology provides critical insight for failure prevention and asset management.
Source: PECM Process Engineering Control & Manufacturing, OCTOBER Issue 2018
Flare monitoring Quasar 2 – a new generation of infrared pilot flame monitors from LumaSense keeps the fires burning
Source: InnovOil, OCTOBER Issue 2018
Thermal Imaging camera system for FurnaceSpection
Erhard Niessner discusses how special filters have allowed for accurate temperature measurement in glass melting furnaces.
Source: Glass International, SEPTEMBER Issue 2018
Using infrared monitors to achieve auxiliary flare pilot monitoring
Infrared flare pilot monitoring as a primary or secondary monitoring solution provides a pilot status signal when thermocouple failures occur and assures an alternative pilot status measurement is available for the safe flare operation.
Source: digital refining online, JULY Issue 2018
Hot Forming Processes require exact Temperature Control
LumaSense non-contact temperature monitoring solutions for press hardening are designed to meet the critical quality assurance standards required by CQI-9.
Source: Industrial Process Review magazine, MARCH/APRIL Issue 2018
State-of-the-art UV pyrometry technology
Groundbreaking Temperature Sensing Solution for Unparalleled Yield Improvement and Efficiency Gains for MOCVD Processes for LED Production.
Source: Engineering Update, APRIL Issue 2018
Implementing Online Dissolved Gas Analysis
Transformer and Load Tap Changer (LTC) assets are among the most expensive pieces of equipement for elelctric utilities. Preserve these assets by using an appropriate DGA (Dissolved Gas Analysis) diagnostic method to imprive servcie reliabiltity, avoid transformer failure, and defer capital expenditures for new transformer assets.
Source: maintworld, APRIL Issue 01/2018
Digital Pyrometer with SMART Mode
The IMPAC® IGAR 6 Advanced ratio pyrometer has a unique switchover technology that transitions between modes, creating a very long temperature measurement range.
Source: Engineering Update, MARCH Issue 2018
An Excellent Option for IMPAC ISR 6 and IGAR 6 Advanced Pyrometers, expanded functionality especially for wire production and pouring stream measurements. Besides the standard optical heads these pyrometers are optionally also available with integrated line optics.
Source: mepca-engineering.com, MARCH Issue 2018
100+ Highly Accurate Pyrometers For Non-Contact Temperature Measurement
The importance of accurate temperature measurement for industrial processes. - LumaSense Technologies owns Expert knowledge to achieve it.
The key benefit of using an infrared thermometer to measure temperature is that you do not have to make contact with the process or surface being measured.
Source: PECM, MARCH Issue 2018
Accurate temperature control for moulds
Erhard Niessner discusses process control and monitoring of glass forming temperature by means of ratio pyrometers. Accurate results depend greatly on having a constant emissivity and stability of the surface and its surrounding environmental conditions. It is also critical that the response time of such pyrometers is 2ms or lower.
Source: glassWORLDWIDE, JANUARY/FEBRUARY Issue 2018
Industrial Infrared Pyrometers with a wide variety of communication options by LumaSense
The IGA 140/23 is ideally suited for measuring low temperature metal, ceramic, graphite and other material applications starting at 50 °C. With both low (50 to 700 °C) and high (150 to1800 °C) temperature ranges, the IGA 140/23 gives manufacturers flexibility in the range of processes covered.
Source: INSTRUMENTATION online, JANUARY Issue 2018
Learning about the pyrometer
Careful monitoring of product temperatures and of production equipment and machinery is the only way to ensure that product quality will meet the stringent marketplace requirements at competitive prices.
Source: Manufacturing AUTOMATION online, JANUARY Issue 2018