eHandbook: Take the Pressure Off Your Process

Oct. 29, 2014

When thinking of the processing of chemicals, we think of any activity including storing, using, handling, manufacturing, or moving chemicals at a site, and any combination of these activities. A common state in many of these activities is the flow - or rate - at which the chemicals are moving through a process. Accurately measuring flow can be a challenge for many chemical processors since so many factors can influence the chemical properties and subsequently the  rate of flow. In this Chemical Processing Pressure eHandbook, we discuss considerations for flow management including:

  • Pressure transmitters -  how noise can pinpoint process problems
  • The use of orifice plates -  how insufficient flow conditioning often undermines measurement accuracy
  • Robust Inferential Sensors - easier-to-develop-and-maintain sensors offer significant benefits for chemical processes

Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Pressure eHandbook now.