When you're running a steam-generation power plant, the more information you can get about the conductivity process, the better. Details about the startup, condensate, and feedwater systems can help with efficiency and to avoid costly mistakes. In this field, those statistics aren't just a luxury, they are required reading.
Nobody understands this need better than Randy Turner, the technical director at Swan Analytical. Getting the power plant chemist all the necessary information was the main thrust behind the launch of Swan's AMI Deltacon DG. Turner spoke to Power Online about the procedure and pitfalls in steam-generation processes and the data necessary to avoid them.