Posts Tagged process automation

[Infographic] Monitoring Emissions from Stack Gases: In-situ versus Extractive

[Infographic] Monitoring Emissions from Stack Gases: In-situ versus Extractive

There are two general approaches to monitoring emissions from stack gases: in-situ analysis or extractive analysis. In-situ analysis involves mounting the analyzer on the stack. Extractive analysis involves transporting the sample from the stack, performing the necessary sample conditioning and finally presenting the sample to the analyzer.

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Measuring Dust Emissions: 7 Questions for Finding the Right Measuring Device

Measuring Dust Emissions: 7 Questions for Finding the Right Measuring Device

Measuring dust emissions is easy – if one has the right measuring equipment. When it comes to choosing the right measuring device, one has to look at both the properties of the medium to be measured and the environmental conditions. This is where SICK’s strengths really come

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Harry Harrison – From Hot Dog Salesman to Numbers Guy

Harry Harrison - From Hot Dog Salesman to Numbers Guy

Harry does a little bit of everything.  As the Oil and Gas Industry Marketing Manager, Harry is known as “the numbers guy.”   He is responsible for his group’s pricing policy, running numbers to make sure customers get a good price on oil and gas solutions, while also

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Irvin Schwartzenburg – Bringing Customer Knowledge to the Next Level

Irvin Schwartzenburg – Bringing Customer Knowledge to the Next Level

When customers want more advanced technical understanding of SICK’s natural gas solutions, Irvin Schwartzenburg steps in to provide the educational support they need. Irvin is a Business Development Manager in SICK’s Process Automation business – focusing on natural gas solutions. He focuses his time on educating new

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Cement Industry Trend: Alternate Fuels and their Impact on Measuring Kiln Inlet Gas

Cement Industry Trend:  Alternate Fuels and their Impact on Measuring Kiln Inlet Gas

Cement plants rely on the productivity of cement kilns to operate at capacity. Improving the process control efficiency of kilns – such as measuring kiln inlet gas – is important to ensure efficiency and process stability and product reliability. Today, the pressure to use alternate fuels has increased.

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