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New Hand-Held Industrial Combination Gas Analyzer on the Market

E1100 Combustion Gas Analyzer

NEW HAND-HELD INDUSTRIAL COMBUSTION GAS ANALYZER E1100 Combustion Gas Analyzer •    Field-Replaceable & Pre-Calibrated Gas Sensors for O2 and CO •    Built-In Printer (Non-Thermal) •    Unbreakable Metal Probe Connectors The NEW E1100 Hand-Held Combustion Analyzer is a rugged unit for boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace, and other combustion applications. Pre-calibrated and field replaceable sensors allow for easy diagnostics and replacements to reduce “down-time” and costly repair charges. The E1100 also includes:   O2 (0-25%) and CO (0-8000 ppm) Sensors Efficiency, Excess Air, and CO2% Calculated Values Stack Gas & Ambient Air Temperature Measurements Draft & Differential Pressure Measurements 12” Probe with 10’ Dual Hose and Optional Hose Extensions Rechargeable Battery & AC Charger Internal Memory (600 tests) to Save Data Software Package with PC Communications Cable Vinyl Carrying Case with Shoulder Strap


Handheld Combustion Gas Analyzer

E1100 Hand-Held Combustion Analyzer.

E1100 Combustion Gas Analyzer Field-Replaceable & Pre-Calibrated Gas Sensors for O2 and CO Built-In Printer (Non-Thermal) Unbreakable Metal Probe Connectors Now with Bluetooth Wireless Communication The new E1100 Handheld Combustion Analyzer is a rugged unit for boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace and other combustion applications. Precalibrated and field replaceable sensors allow for easy diagnostics and replacements to reduce downtime and costly


New Portable Combustion Gas and Emissions Analyzer

E8500

The new E8500 industrial combustion analyzer from E Instruments is a complete portable tool for EPA compliance level emissions monitoring and testing. According to the manufacturer, the E8500 is suited for regulatory and maintenance use in boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace and other combustion applications. The analyzer features up to nine gas sensors and has capabilities for wireless communication with computers and other windows devices


Emission Monitoring Contracts Seal WR Systems' 2012

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WR Systems (WR) announce new Korean & Chinese shipyard contracts for its Emsys Emissions Monitoring System. During December, the company received new construction contract awards for multiple shipsets from shipyards in China and Korea.  In addition, the company announced that it received contracts for retrofit applications for a further two suppliers of Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (Scrubbers). The latest contract values exceed $1M and probably raise WR to the position of


Ship on Fire – Send the Robot In

Fire-fight Robot: Photo credit NRL

US NRL developing humanoid fire-fighting robot To help further improve future shipboard firefighting capability, scientists at the Naval Research Laboratory have formed an interdisciplinary team to develop a humanoid robot that could fight fires on the next generation of combatants. A humanoid-type robot was chosen because it was deemed best suited to operate within the confines of an environment that was deigned for human mobility and offered opportunity for other potential


RAK Petroleum Orders Wave Piercer Vessel

Image courtesy Rak Petroleum Technical Services Limited

RAK Petroleum Public Company Limited has chartered the first Topaz Wave Piercer for use in the Gulf the company announced. Designed by Incat Holdings Limited of Australia and built by Topaz Marine based in Dubai, the long-term charter vessel will be used for production crews commuting to and from the Company's offshore Oman platforms. "The use of a fast, stable and fuel-efficient crew vessel will significantly reduce our transportation operating costs and provide more safety for our


Teledyne TSS Adds Heave Capability to DMS 500

DMS-500H

Following the successful launch of the new DMS-500RP motion sensor range in April, Teledyne TSS is expanding this product range with the introduction of the DMS-500H. This new sensor provides heave measurement to complement the roll and pitch capabilities of the launch model. This is expected to be welcomed by a variety of users in the marine and offshore markets where there is known to be a need for a high accuracy sensor with these capabilities but at a lower cost and without the high


Sonardyne Launches Leak Detection Sonar

Sonardyne International has announced the launch of an Automatic Leak Detection Sonar (ALDS) at the Oceanology International Exhibition and Conference in London. The Sonardyne product is an active sonar capable of detecting and localizing deep water hydrocarbon leaks around offshore installations and pipelines soon after they develop, allowing operators to respond immediately and accurately in the case of a leak.ALDS is designed to detect oil and gas leaks at significant ranges


Optimize Engine Heartbeat with Engineeye

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Benefit from long-time quality measurements of the engine combustion process with a unique new handheld high performance cylinder pressure indicator. This MIP system will be the handy, safe and most trusted tool. The SELCO EngineEye system with unique sensor performance Benefit from long-time quality measurements of the engine combustion process with the first handheld high performance cylinder pressure indicator made by SELCO


Parker Hannifin Acquires Kittiwake Group

Alliance provides total system health management to customers.   Kittiwake Group, a leading global provider of asset control and protection technology, has been acquired by Parker Hannifin Corp., the global leader in motion and control technologies. The transaction is designed to offer greater value with a comprehensive and innovative range of products and solutions and includes the acquisition of the entire Kittiwake Group, including Kittiwake Developments Ltd, Kittiwake Procal Limited


NOAA Engineers a Better Current Sensor for Mariners

Max Ivanov and Scott Mowery with NOAAs Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services install an improved current sensor system on a navigation buoy in Chesapeake Bay. The system transmits real-time current speed and direction observations via satellite to help mariners more safely navigate busy shipping channels. (Photo: NOAA)

Navigating into seaports is now safer and more efficient for mariners thanks to improved NOAA technology that ships rely on to give them information about currents. The Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) developed a more reliable


US Offshore Lease Sale Yields $18 Mln in High Bids

Today’s U.S. oil and gas Lease Sale 248 garnered $18,067,020 in high bids for 24 tracts covering 138,240 acres in the Western Gulf of Mexico Planning Area, announced Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Director Abigail Ross Hopper


Hoppe Marine to Present Smart Shipping Solutions

Photo courtesy of Hoppe

For decades, Hamburg-based Hoppe Marine has produced onboard measuring and control systems. At SMM 2016 the internationally-positioned family-run company will be present itself as a data integrator on vessels as a precondition for Smart Shipping and Big Data.  


China Receives First American LNG Cargo

Apollonia passes through the Panama Canals locks on its way to Asia. Photo: Shell

 The first cargo of US liquefied natural gas (LNG) to target the world’s largest energy consumer arrived Monday at the Chinese port of Yantian in Shenzhen near Hong Kong.   The cargo was brought onboard the 161,870-cbm Maran Gas Apollonia


Green Ships & Compliance

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Environmental regulations for ships are getting more stringent, but automated sensor technology could help ship operators remain in compliance.   The recent agreement signed in Paris, at the UN Climate Change Conference, will require all industries to keep reducing their greenhouse gas


Lerwick Port Launches Latest VMS

Lerwick Port Authoritys new control room Photo Lerwick port

Lerwick Port Authority have inaugurated a new Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) which utilises the latest technology to improve the handling of ship movements at the busy Shetland port. Transas, a world-leader in providing harmonised integrated solutions to the maritime industry


Parker to Supply Three Arctic Vessels

Photo courtesy of Parker Bestobell Marine

Parker Bestobell Marine, a supplier of cryogenic valves and part of Parker, a leader in motion and control technologies, has received a major new order from DSME (Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering) in South Korea to supply cryogenic valves for three new vessels.  


Kogas Sign MoU for LNG Terminal in Mexico

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 South Korea’s Kogas  (Korea Gas Corporation) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Mexican state of Yucatan to construct an liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and gas pipelines that would be worth up to $1.5 billion in a package deal.   


Shell: Force Majeure on Nigerian LNG

Shell Petroleum Development Company has declared force majeure (FM) on gas supplies to the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) export facility on Bonny Island, a spokeswoman said. "The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd (SPDC) declared force majeure on gas supply to NLNG on


Thales to Take Key Role in 'Exercise Unmanned Warrior'

Photo: Thales

Thales is set to play a key role in a major U.K. Royal Navy exercise later this year to understand how unmanned systems might add real innovative operational capability in a military maritime environment.   Exercise Unmanned Warrior will bring together the Royal Navy and 40 organizations


Consortium Targets Better Ship Efficiency and Navigation

A consortium of companies aims to develop an expert decision support system for improved ship efficiency and safer navigation via a two-year R&D project called iSea.   Backed by funding from the Eurostars program, the iSea innitiative is led by Danelec Marine


JX Ocean Selects ClassNK CMAXS LC-A

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ClassNK subsidiary ClassNK Consulting Service announced that JX Ocean Co., Ltd. has selected the machinery condition monitoring and automatic diagnostic system ClassNK CMAXS LC- A for use on 310,000 dwt tanker Eneos Spirit.   ClassNK CMAXS LC- A is a solution that integrates sensor anomaly


Is it a Ship or Iceberg?

Small iceberg off the port bow of Canadian Coast Guard ship Louis St-Laurent. (Photo: Canadian Coast Guard)

Developing the capability to discriminate between ships and icebergs in northern latitudes is a common interest shared by Canada’s Department of National Defense (DND) and the oil and gas industry. For DND, the focus is on ship detection for maritime security


Tech Update for GE's LM2500

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GE, Bath Iron Works and U.S. Navy introduce LM2500 gas turbine Module Modernization Program to lower lifecycle costs and reduce enclosure weight by 50 percent   GE’s Marine Solutions announced that the LM2500 gas turbine Module Modernization Program (MMP) is now underway with General


Another Scrubber Retrofit for Vulica Shipping

 DuPont awarded third marine scrubber order by Vulica Shipping Co. Ltd. for retrofit   Vulica Shipping Co. Ltd. has selected DuPont Clean Technologies for the supply of a hybrid single-stream scrubber designed by DuPont subsidiary Belco Technologies Corporation (BELCO) to be






 
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