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Monitoring molecular sieve dryer vessels using TDLAS analysers

Raw natural gas is a complex mixture of methane, hydrocarbon condensates (natural gas liquids – NGLs), water and contaminants; hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2). Natural gas processing involves separating methane (CH4) from NGLs and removing entrained contaminants.


White Paper: On-line monitoring of H2S in refinery gas streams using tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS)

White Paper: On-line monitoring of H2S in refinery gas streams using tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS). Download a copy of the whitepaper and visit our website to view application notes on other TDLAS measurements in natural gas processing plants.   


Improving H2O Measurement in Catalytic Reformer Hydrogen Recycle Streams

On-line, real-time moisture measurements in catalytic reformer hydrogen recycle gas streams help refineries assess catalyst condition and improve process control during normal operation, in-situ catalyst regeneration and dry down.