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Using Oxygen Analyzers As A Predictive Maintenance Tool For Air Heaters
By Emerson

A usual location for mounting an O2 probe in boilers is downstream from the economizer. This location is ideal because it is close to the boiler, but the flue gas temperatures are usually below 1000°F (537°C).

Conventional Resin Cation Exchangers Versus EDI For Cace Measurement In Power Plants
By Randy Turner, technical director, Swan Analytical
The conductivity measurement after a cation exchanger in power plants with steam turbines was introduced soon after 1950 by Larson and Lane. As a result of the simple measuring principle, the sensitivity, and its high reliability, the conductivity measurement after cation exchanger has become the most commonly used analytical method in power plants with steam generators.
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RWL Water has been working with power generation customers for over a decade to solve their water and wastewater needs. Whether improving existing operations or building new plants from the ground up, we focus on system performance, compliance with process and environmental requirements, and long-term cost-effectiveness. 

Quick Facts: Making The Most Of Biomass – But Who Has The Money To Burn?

Our brief but informative QuickFacts, “Making the most of biomass – But who has the money to burn?” focuses on what is also known as energy-from-waste. And while the positive aspects of energy-from-waste plants are implicit, the contents of the waste stream vary.

Modifications To Circulating Water Traveling Screens Save Fish At Salem Generating Station

Located on the shores of the Delaware River, Salem Generating Station is situated in an environmentally sensitive area. The Delaware Estuary contains approximately 200,000 acres of salt-water marshes fed by numerous rivers and streams. When their operating license came up for renewal, the state of New Jersey required the Public Service Electric & Gas Company to modify their circulating water traveling screens for better fish handling at the Salem Generating Station.

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