Monthly Archives: April 2013

Learn How the New API Recommended Practices Help Ensure Tank Overfill Prevention

In response to the impact of critical tank overfill incidents over the past decade, the American Petroleum Institute (API) released the fourth edition of its Recommended Practice 2350, 4th Edition, to remediate inconsistent or unsafe overfill prevention processes at petroleum … Continue reading

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Heat Rate, Efficiency and Feedwater Heater Performance

Improving Your Power Plant’s Feedwater Heater Efficiency Can Reduce Your Heat Rate With fuel accounting for as much as 80% of production costs, power companies are striving to improve reductions in heat rate, efficiency savings and other means of shaving … Continue reading

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Learn How Improving Your Power Plant’s Feedwater Heater Performance Can Reduce Heat Rate and Increase Fuel Efficiency

Is your feedwater heater costing you in fuel efficiency? Do you know how to minimize these controllable losses? Register for the informative “Heat Rate Awareness: Minimizing Controllable Losses Through Effective Feedwater Heater Level Control” Webinar to improve your feedwater heater performance … Continue reading

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Mass Flow Measurement in Large Pipes And Ducts: Assessing an Effective Mass Flow Technology Solution

The larger the diameter of a pipe, stack or duct, the greater the likelihood of significant flow velocity profile distortions. In these highly skewed flow conditions, a single point flow meter won’t do the job. So, what’s the best mass … Continue reading

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