Tube monitors water vapor levels in gas pipelines Click here to enlarge imageA new length-of-stain detector tube can monitor water vapor levels in natural gas pipelines in the range of 2-12 lb of water per MMcf of gas. The direct reading tube No. 177UR has been improved to reduce the interference effect from glycol carry-over from natural gas dehydrators.The system includes a piston type volumetric pump with lifetime guarantee. Direct reading detector tubes are available for additional substances including hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, mercaptans, and tetrahydrothiopheneSource: Sensidyne Inc., 16333 Bay Vista Drive, Clearwater, FL 33760.Alarm monitoring system for remote operationsDi...

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