Infrared Temperature Measurement | Combustion & Environmental Monitoring

Webinars

Measuring Opacity and Particulate Emissions From Combustion Processes

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An opacity monitor provides a simple and robust means for emissions monitoring in combustion processes, but under some conditions a particulate matter (PM) monitor may be necessary. This webinar will introduce the concepts behind opacity and particulate measurement, describe the key technologies and provide detailed insight into the requirements for a successful installation.


Key Take-Aways

  • Understand what opacity and particulate measurement techniques are
  • Learn the factors for a successful installation and measurement
  • Understand the importance of air purge

Speakers

Derek Stuart is Global Product Manager - Power at AMETEK Land with more than 25 years' experience in industrial gas measurements. Dennis Delmastro is Global Industry Manager - Power at AMETEK Land and has spent over 25 years in the air emissions, environmental compliance, and energy industries. 

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Fundamentals of Non-contact Temperature Measurement

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This webinar introduces the fundamentals of non-contact temperature measurement. What industrial processes benefit from these kinds of measurement and why this technology can be advantageous? Many examples are discussed and comparisons with other temperature measurement methods are shown.
 
  • Learn key steps to take before deciding to adopt non-contact measurement technology
  • Understand why different non-contact designs are necessary for low and high temperature measurements
  • Discover why non-contact measurement can be used where contact measurement is impossible
Presented by Richard Gagg, Industry Manager - Metals
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Precision Non-contact Temperature Measurements for Metals Heat Treaters

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Presented by Richard Gagg, Product Manager - IR

Metals heat treating and forging - non contact temperature measurement applications and why they are the only way to take these measurements accurately

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Thermal Imager Continuously Monitors Industrial Gas Applications

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Presented by Richard Gagg, Product Manager - IR

With the AMETEK Land NIR-B 3XR thermal process imager, operators of industrial gas applications can continuously monitor tube wall temperatures within a live thermal scene. The NIR-B 3XR is easy to install via a small hole through the furnace wall, and its wide 90-degree horizontal field-of-view provides coverage for many tubes with just a single device. More than 320,000 temperature measuring pixels help the operator to continuously define and monitor spots, areas, and profiles - even in hazardous areas. In addition, the high-quality optics afford detailed views of anomalies like flame impingement and coking tubes.

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Advances In Non-Contact Aluminium Temperature Measurement

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Learn about next generation pyrometry for Aluminium temperature measurements for Extruders and Hot Rolling Mills.
 
Advances in features and operational performance help production of higher specification products for the ever-demanding aluminium market.
 
 
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Continuous Thermal Imaging Inside a Glass Melt Tank

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This presentation describes how a process thermal imaging system provides real-time video and accurate temperature measurement anywhere inside a glass melt tank, 24/7. By monitoring the live video, an operator can configure the most efficient firing pattern for optimum burner performance.
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An Introduction to Opacity Monitoring

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This presentation looks at how you can measure 'something' which you are required to measure by the environmental agency in the country in which you are operating, particularly the opacity.

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