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Steam Cogeneration Case Study
  1. Steam cogeneration, or CHP, is a highly efficient and environmentally friendly way to produce useful heat from electricity production However, operating conditions in a CHP plant can be challenging for the longevity of equipment and components – water is at a constant 212F (100C) and mineral salts and dirt create a corrosive environment that shortens equipment useful life.

    Steam pipe water level sensors are essential for uninterrupted service – if the sensors fail, the resulting service disruption can cause loss of revenue and unhappy customers. A major utility provider was experiencing forced outages and numerous corrective action calls within their plant footprint due to premature water sensor deterioration. Provide your name and email to continue reading...

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