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Welcome to your first Michell Instruments Gas Measurement for Hazardous areas newsletter. Below you can follow links to our top pick of recent news stories and featured products relevent to this field.
Recent News
Refineries and natural gas processing: Pick the right moisture sensing technology

Moisture is a critical contaminant for both natural gas storage and processing as well as petrochemical refining applications. There are many analysers and technologies – but not all options are appropriate in all situations.
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Custom sampling systems for quality at US natural gas processing plant

We recently won a bid to supply three OptiPEAK TDL600 moisture analyzers to a gas processing plant in the United States. Working closely with the plant operator, our system engineering department designed a customised sampling system to meet the specific requirements of the application. (read more)
Product Feature
The XTP601 is a robust, linear and stable oxygen analyser for measurements in gases such as hydrogen, biogas or carbon dioxide. Typical applications include monitoring blanketing gases for hydrocarbon processing, pharmaceutical reactors and in biogas production or storage.

  • ATEX, IECEx, cCSAus, TC, TR & Ex hazardous area certified models
  • Low cost of ownership and minimal maintenance
  • Intrinsic error (accuracy) is better than 1% full scale
  • Ranges available: 0–0.5% up to 0–50% & 20, 80 or 90–100%
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PST Group Feature
HygroFlex5-EX from Rotronic

Reliable measurements under extreme conditions

The latest development in two-channel transmitters for the exact measurement of humidity and temperature in explosive atmospheres. This device conforms to international standards.

The HF5-EX series consists of a robust aluminium transmitter with or without display. The attached probes are cast into a stainless steel tube and are certified for operation in Zone 0/20. The transmitter itself is certified for Zone 1/21.

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