Reducing production interruptions from liquid slugs
A new video from Moore Industries shows how its current-to-pressure (I/P) transmitter can reduce production interruptions on a natural gas line caused by liquid slugs.
When an I/P transmitter is installed on a natural gas line and used for the supply medium, liquid slugs can enter the supply line and the transmitter itself. Depending on the size and duration of the slug, the I/P transmitter’s electronics may need to be removed for cleaning and draining or completely replaced.
The video shows how the electronics module in the IPX2 can be quickly removed or replaced using simple tools within a few minutes.
The video also shows how the IPX2 is able to minimise the risks of debris entering the unit. It has been designed to be clog-resistant, with a large orifice and an easily replaceable internal filter protects against clogging caused by debris.
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