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EPRI Publishes Findings On On-line Chloride and Sulfate Analysis

As fossil plants look for new methods of minimizing corrosion, on-line analyzers are gaining importance. An analyzer for chloride and sulfate allows rapid response to rising levels of these corrosive ions. Learn more ...


Reduce Water Treatment Costs with Unique Deionization Capacity Monitoring

Learn about a proactive approach for predicting when resin exhaustion will occur that offers significant benefits over the traditional elapsed time and totalized flow methods. ...


From 400 Hours per Year to Zero Massive Reduction in DO Sensor Maintenance

The very low maintenance of optical sensors has transformed dissolved oxygen measurement at one of Brazil’s biggest power plants. ...


3 Steps to Infrastructure Security and Resiliency

November is Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month. In this blog post, we’ll look into what security and resiliency really mean for critical infrastructures such as the energy sector, water monitoring systems, and emergency services. ...


A Revolution in Process Safety and Maintenance Management

Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) is an innovative technology for process analytical measurement solutions that simplifies sensor handling, enhances reliability and reduces sensor lifecycle costs. Learn more. ...


Deriving CO₂ and pH from Conductivity Values for Power Plant Cycle Chemistry

pH and CO2 measurement are central to efficient power plant cycle chemistry. Advanced process analytics instruments can provide accurate, calculated pH and CO2 determination from three simple conductivity measurements. ...


Optimizing Alarm Management in Power Plants

Automated alarm systems have been standard in power plants for decades. Their driving philosophy is to provide operators with as much feedback as possible to make informed decisions. But how to validate which of the alarms in the power plant is the most critical one and needs the intermediate actions to be taken? Check it now! ...


4 Ways Network Monitoring Keeps Utilities Safe

It’s no secret that people are concerned about the security of the U.S. power grid. Cyber criminals are always looking to exploit weaknesses in systems and networks. And unless you’re looking for malicious activity, you may not even know that your networks have been breached. Network monitoring can be used to detect unusual behavior and provide ...


4 Major Reasons Power and Utilities Should Work in the Cloud

It’s time for power and utilities to move to the cloud - here are 4 major reasons why. ...


All Change – From gas to oil

Large scale projects typically involve many stakeholders, contractors and suppliers, which can lead to increased complexity and more challenging situations. Delivering such projects on time and within budget requires considerable coordination and management skills; traits that one US energy company needed in order to complete its most recent expansion project. ...


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