Most popular Emerson promotes new high-sensitivity

2022-07-29
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Emerson has introduced a new product: high sensitivity and high precision wireless radar liquid level transmitter

3. It is used to measure the maximum force. Recently, Emerson launched the high-performance version of Rosemount 3308 guided wave radar (GWR) wireless liquid level transmitter, becoming the first independent wireless radar liquid level equipment that meets the api18.2 standard (which can provide guidance for the handover of crude oil trade in small storage tanks)

recently, Emerson launched the high-performance version of Rosemount 3308 guided wave radar (GWR) wireless liquid level transmitter, becoming the first independent wireless radar liquid level device that meets the API 18.2 standard (which can provide guidance for the handover of crude oil trade in small tanks). Rosemount 3308 guided wave radar (g must install regulated power supply and leakage protector WR on the power supply at the construction site) wireless liquid level transmitter is part of the PlantWeb digital ecosystem of Emerson's digital transformation technology, software and service portfolio. The transmitter has high accuracy and can be verified without opening the sampling hole of the storage tank, so as to improve the safety

christoffer widahl, head of product management of Emerson's measurement and analysis business, said: "API 18.2 standard has strict requirements on the accuracy of liquid level measuring instruments. If there is serious uncertainty during trade handover, it will cause significant economic losses. Measurement accuracy is very important in such applications. Rosemount 3308 enhanced version has high accuracy, which can reduce uncertainty and comply with API 18.2 standard."

the upgraded microwave module can help the Rosemount 3308 better adapt to the harsh process environment. In the same way, if there is a torque value, it has high sensitivity, high precision and repeatability. API 18.2 standard requires liquid level transmitter to operate with a resolution of 3 mm (1/8 inch) and a measurement accuracy of 4.7 mm (3/16 inch). Rosemount 3308 can meet this requirement in high-performance mode. At the same time, the installation accuracy can reach 6.3 mm (1/4 inch), meeting the requirements of API 18.2 standard. In standard mode, the measurement accuracy can be improved to 5 mm (1/5 inch)

with the Rosemount vericase mobile verification tool, accuracy can be easily verified in just a few minutes. The verification process is simple and does not require opening the tank sampling hole or moving any product. Opening the sampling hole may cause oil, gas and steam leakage, and put workers in a dangerous environment. It is an important safety improvement measure not to open the sampling hole

in addition to meeting the accuracy requirements of trade handover applications, Rosemount 3308 can also provide continuous and reliable monitoring for the liquid level and interfaces in oil refineries, offshore platforms, chemical plants and other scenarios where the generation of oil shocks will affect the experimental data, and provide a cost-effective standardized solution for the whole plant. Rosemount 3308 can be installed on the top of the tank, which is almost unaffected by changes in parameters such as density, conductivity, temperature and pressure. Since there are no moving parts, it requires no calibration and little maintenance. The Rosemount 3308 is equipped with a variety of connectors, probes, and accessories to ensure application flexibility

for interface applications, the high accuracy of Rosemount 3308 helps to give an early warning when identifying that there should be only one fluid at the interface location, and then separate the products to reduce uncertainty and optimize product quality, helping users save costs

wireless technology significantly reduces the installation and configuration time of liquid level measurement applications. The cost of wireless solutions is usually 30% lower than that of wired solutions. Rosemount 3308 can be installed and run in one hour - data can be transferred to the control system or historical database via wireless switch. Users can easily obtain equipment status information and diagnostic data in the control room, and reduce maintenance requirements by reducing unnecessary field trips, so as to improve the efficiency and safety of operators

(original title: Emerson introduces the first wireless radar liquid level transmitter conforming to API 18.2 standard)

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