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The Fluid Systems Engineering and Management Blog

by Swagelok Northern California

Tips to Maintaining a Representative Sample in an Analytical Instrumentation System

by Jeff Hopkins, on 4/4/19 9:00 AM

You want your analytical instrumentation (AI) system to provide a timely analytical result that is representative of the fluid in the process line at the time the sample was taken. If the configuration of the AI system causes an alteration of results, the sample is no longer representative, and it’s no longer useful. Maintaining a representative sample can be challenging. The only way to uncover the problem is to be familiar with the points at which the sample system can falter.

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