Measuring the Difficult to Measure Symposium

Posted by Margaret Bletsch

Dec 3, 2018 8:26:44 PM

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Register to attend Tracerco's 2019 Innovative Process Diagnostics Symposium 
February 5, 2019 in Deer Park, Texas, USA - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
February 20 in Gonzales, Louisiana, USA - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

 

Learn from our team of experts how Tracerco's Process Diagnostic technologies can be applied to help improve plant operations in yourNew call-to-action facility. This symposium is designed to give refinery and chemical process personnel an understanding of how our products and services can be used to diagnose critical process issues. The symposium contains in-depth case studies illustrating how data obtained from our gamma scanning, nucleonic instruments and tracer technologies can be applied to help troubleshoot and resolve process plant problems. 

At the end of the symposium, Tracerco's panel of experts will host a Q&A session discussing the latest industry challenges and how to measure the difficult to measure process issues. 

Read more to learn about the session topics and download a copy of the invitation.

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Topics: Damage to vessel internals, trayed tower, PackView Analysis, mass transfer diagnostics, packed bed performance analytics, Tracer Study, exchanger bundle leak testing, chemical leak test, online leak detection, feed/effluent heat exchangers, off spec product, tomography scan, monitor wash bed coking, packed bed towers, packed bed scan, liquid distribution, quantitative analysis pack beds, packing mal-distribution, level detection devices, gamma scan, fcc services, verify flow meters, flow rate calculations, fugitive flare flow, Flow Study, flare flowrate data, flare gas meter, flare flow measurement, tray fouling, fccu studies, Process Diagnostics Technology, pipeline blockage, gamma scanning distillation columns, exchangers, solids buildup

How to define foam profiles in coke drums and verify level devices: A case study

Posted by Margaret Bletsch

Mar 3, 2017 3:24:45 PM

Tru-Scan™ is used by refineries to define foam profiles and verify level detection devices in their coke drums. A Tru-Scan can determine the difference in vapour density throughout a typical drum cycle.

In this latest blog, Tracerco, part of Johnson Matthey Plc, discusses how a Tru-Scan™ can be a powerful tool for gathering much needed information to optimise a coke drum cycle.

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Topics: Tru-Scan, Gamma Scanning, gamma scan, coke buildup, coke deposits, coke drum, foam profile, level detection devices, coker optimization, coker units, delayed coke drum, coke drum cycle, coke drum optimization

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