Focus On These Five Key Areas For Quality Samples

June 29, 2020
Swagelok field engineers offer sampling system expertise.

A reliable, accurate online analytical sampling system is frequently housed in an analyzer shelter (also known as an analyzer shed) or analyzer house, which is often one of the most important structures in an entire process driven facility, according to an article from Swagelok. Swagelok field engineers, who use their sampling system expertise to help oil and gas professionals design and commission successful analyzer shelters, recommend five critical areas to focus on to obtain representative, quality samples.

According to the article, these key considerations include sample conditioning systems, one of the most critical subsystems in analyzer shelter design; environmental conditions; reliable utility subsystems, and comprehensive testing procedures after all the subsystems have been installed. Swagelok also recommends seeking out suppliers with holistic expertise who can provide sound counsel on all areas of design, construction, installation best practices and other areas.

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