PrESS: Building process analyzer sampling systems with pre-designed subsystems
by Mark Petures, on 7/17/12 1:00 PM
Tony Waters has 30+ years' experience working with industrial process analyzers. He'll deliver a technical briefing via WebEx this Thursday morning.
If you are a Northern California or western Nevada professional involved in operating a plant or facility where fluids are processed, we have two events for you this week. Both focus on the benefits of using pre-engineered subsystems during the installation or upgrade of systems for capturing, conditioning, and transporting process samples to your analyzer systems.
In a live technical webinar on Thursday July 19th, 10-10:45AM Pacific Time via WebEx, customers of Swagelok Northern California can receive a 30 minute briefing from industrial process analyzer expert Tony Waters. Tony will discuss the use of standardized subsystems for capturing, conditioning, and transporting process samples to analyzer systems, and how this approach can mean quicker installations, easier maintenance, better system performance, and lower cost of ownership.
Under the hood
Then from 3 to 7pm this Thursday, join Swagelok Northern California at an Open House at the Holiday Inn Express in Benecia. Enjoy barbeque catered by Kinder's while you get a close look at 5 examples of preengineered subsytems. Here's a quick look at them:
Fluid Distribution Headers
Sample Probe Module
Field Station Modules
Fast Loop Modules
The Swagelok series of predesigned and preassembled subsystems are for use in all types of plants and facilities where fluids are being processed. Use the pre-engineered subsystems to create fully documented fluid sampling and control systems and bring consistency to your operations.
Take the Calibration and Switching Modules, for example. They are highly configurable units built with Swagelok modular platform component (MPC) products to perform final conditioning of a sample before analysis. You can select from up to 10 sample and 2 calibration streams using the Swagelok stream selector system (SSV series).
Please join us this Thursday for both webinar and open house. By attending both you'll receive a technical briefing, expert answers, an up-close look at 5 subsystems, application guides, great catered BBQ, and more. (If you can only make one of the events, that's fine too.)
About Mark Petures, Account Manager, Swagelok Northern California
Mark has 20+ years experience helping customers find solutions for critical gas and liquid system applications. Contact our team at 510-933-6200.