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Moore Industries-International, Inc.

Address 16650 Schoenborn Street, North Hills, CA, 91343-6196, US
Phone (818) 894-7111
Fax (818) 891-2816
Email [email protected]
Website miinet.com

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Some processes do not require temperature measurement accuracy, and others do. However, you may be unsure whether accuracy is important for your particular application, or whether improving accuracy will make enough of a difference in your process results to justify the cost and effort. This article identifies problems that result from inaccurate measurements and outlines ways to solve them that are both effective and economical.

Video highlights natural gas and oil wellhead applications

Moore Industries has released a new video showing how its HCS HART Concentrator System saves money and time by consolidating wiring and reducing power consumption at remote natural gas and oil production sites. The video is available for viewing at the Moore Industries Interface Solution Video Library at www.miinet.com/ProductInformation/InterfaceSolutionVideoLibrary.aspx and uses a real-world example from a natural gas site to show the value of the HCS in these settings.

Heavy duty conduit covers protect open ends

Conduit Covers are heavy-duty polyethylene bags with flexible tie straps that are designed to be flexible and adaptive. The patented Conduit Cover product line provides alternative solutions to covering and protecting the ends of all types of open hoses, tubes, lines, pipes, and fittings from pneumatic lines to hydraulic split flange ends.

PROGRAMMABLE ALARM TRIPS

Moore Industries’ SPA2 Programmable Current/ Voltage andRTD/Thermocouple Limit Alarm Trips have received FM Approval, allowing them to be used in hazardous locations. The SPA2 alarm trips provide on/off control, warn of trouble, and provide for emergency shutdown by sending up to four relay outputs when a monitored process signal falls outside a user-selectable high or low limit. Available SPA2 models accept input signals from transmitters, temperature sensors, resistance and potentiometer devices, and direct millivolt sources. They provide two or four independent and individually-configurable alarm relay outputs. Using on-board controls or the company’s free PC Configuration Software, each individual alarm trip relay may be programmed as a high or low limit process alarm, rate-of-change alarm, input fault alarm or self-diagnostic alarm.

PROGRAMMABLE ALARM TRIPS MONITOR, CONTROL AND SHUT DOWN PROCESSES

Moore Industries’ SPA2 Programmable Current/Voltage and RTD/Thermocouple Limit Alarm Trips have received FM Approval, allowing them to be used in hazardous locations. The SPA2 alarm trips provide on/off control, warn of trouble, and provide for emergency shutdown by sending up to four relay outputs when a monitored process signal falls outside a user-selectable high or low limit. Available SPA2 models accept input signals from transmitters, temperature sensors, resistance and potentiometer devices, and direct millivolt sources. They provide two or four independent and individually-configurable alarm relay outputs. Using on-board controls or the company’s free PC Confi guration Software, each individual alarm trip relay may be programmed as a high or low limit process alarm, rate-of-change alarm, input fault alarm, or self-diagnostic alarm.

LOW-POWER INSTRUMENTS

Moore Industries’ Low-Power Instruments are specifically designed to operate reliably in remote sites in the oil and gas industry, survive harsh environmental conditions, and operate with battery and solar power. Instruments are available for monitoring and controlling temperature, pressure and flow conditions at oil and natural gas well sites. Typical applications include Coal Bed Methane (CBM) and natural gas well heads; oil and gas processing, storage and transport; and tank and pipeline cathodic protection.

LOW-POWER INSTRUMENTATION FOR USE IN REMOTE SITES AND HARSH ENVIRONMENTS

Moore Industries’ Low-Power Instruments are specifically designed to operate reliably in remote sites in the oil and gas industry, survive harsh envi-r o n m e n t a l conditions, and operate with battery and solar power. Instruments are available for monitoring and controlling temperature, pressure and flow conditions at oil and natural gas well sites. Typical applications include Coal Bed Methane (CBM) and natural gas well heads; oil and gas processing, storage and transport; and tank and pipeline cathodic protection.

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