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    Dear Sirs,

    Receive my greetings.
    I work for instrumentation projects for many industries sectors, including water and oil & gas.

    I´m working also for a technical presentation about gas detection technologies focused on infrared (NDIR) vs catalytic sensors.

    With the purpose of complement my work I ask if you can advise about documented infrared gas detection case studies or histories, for oil & gas applications if possible, that have been completed in the last five years.

    I really will appreciate any references you can give me.

    Best regards,

    Luis Cristóbal
    Instrumentation and Process Control Projects Engineering


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    Re: Infrared flammable gas detection case studies

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      Re: Infrared flammable gas detection case studies

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      Gases in this Application:
      Methane (CH4)
      Nitrogen (N)
      Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
      Carbon Monoxide (CO)
      Toluene (C7H8)
      Ethylene (C2H4)
      Propylene (C3H6)
      Propane (C3H8)

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        check the standard IEC_61779_6 guide for use

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          Re: Infrared flammable gas detection case studies

          Thank you for your reply!

          Do you have information about real applications histories of infrared flammable gas detectors?
          Maybe for oil and gas production or ship tankers companies, that has recently replaced catalytic gas detectors.

          Thank you in advance,

          Best regards!

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