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Instrumentation

We are experienced in different types of industries. This experience allowed us to develop a protocol for instrument implementation  and installation. In our experience, most problems result from improper installation. Improper installation can come in many forms, such as plumbing, wiring, and programming, to name a few. We guarantee all of our installations for almost any environment.

 

Our experience in programming and the implementation of instrumentation led us to develop algorithms that accompany the transmitter. Certain applications need multiple transmitters that control schemes can accommodate.

 

The following are some of the instruction schemes we have developed:

 

  • Gas Flow

o   Pressure and Temperature Compensation

o   HART and Milliamp dual functionality

o   Uses Molecular composition for correction

o   Self-Diagnostics

o   Simple Configuration

 

  • Steam Flow

o   Pressure Compensated

o   Uses Steam Tables

o   Dual Element Transmitters for accurate turndown measurement

o   HART and Milliamp dual functionality

o   Self-Diagnosis

o   Simple Configuration

 

  • Drum Level Control

o   Incorporates all control schemes (Three, Dual, and Single Elements)

o   Uses Steam Tables

o   Multiple Transmitter Elements

o   HART and Milliamp dual functionality

o   Self-Diagnostics

o   Simple Configuration

 

  • Analog Verification

o   Uses physical limits to determine transmitter health

o   Multiple Outputs

o   HART for simultaneous verification

o   Self-Diagnosis

o   Simple Configuration

 

We also offer calibration and preventive maintenance services. Downtime is limited in most processes, which is especially true in the power industry. We provide full calibrations of all instruments. This includes the use of a dead weight tester for  full re-calibration. Our instruments are calibrated by a third party for multilevel verification. We provide a full report of the calibration results as well as the recommendations. All instruments are tagged with the calibration dates.

 

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