The NIR Borescope (NIR-B) 3XR is a short wavelength radiometric infrared borescope imaging camera for steam reformer and cracker tube continuous temperature measurement and furnace optimisation and monitoring. ATEX and IECEx approved to Ex nA IIC T4 Gc for use in Zone 2 gas atmospheres, and CSA Certified for US and Canada to Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D T4, the NIR-B 3XR provides a high resolution thermal image with real time continuous high accuracy temperature measurements of both the tube wall and refractory wall surface. The camera measures temperatures in the single range 600 to 1800 °C (1112 to 3272 °F) and utilising the latest wide dynamic range imaging technology. This is ideal for applications with a high differential temperature in the field of view such as tube and furnace walls.
When processes take place inside refractory lined vessels it is critical for safe plant operation to ensure the integrity of the refractory lining. In the event of refractory breakdown hot gases come into contact with the vessel shell potentially causing catastrophic failure and risking costly unplanned shutdowns.
The LAND Continuous Flare Stack monitoring system uses an ARC Thermal Camera (in an all-weather housing) to monitor the exit of the flare stack. Continuouus thermal monitoring can provide an alert if the the flare fails, by using our Flame Presence Indicator. Thie system is simple to install and operate using the latest radiometric thermal imaging technique as used in the ARC camera.
The CDA incinerator thermometer is intended for measurement of the atmosphere temperature in waste incinerators.
Today’s fine papers are finished in a super calendering stack. This stack of rolls consists of alternating hard and soft faced rolls which are pushed together under pressure.
Paper is fed through this stack and as the paper progresses through these rolls it becomes increasingly smoother and obtains a finer surface finish.The soft faced rolls in these machines are covered with a pliable polymer or felt coating.