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Reduce costs with this transmitter-style GC

By Gerald Ondrey |

The Rosemount 700XA gas chromatograph (GC; photo) is said to be the industry’s first single-analyzer solution for measuring both sulfur compounds and the energy content of natural gas. The 700XA is a cost-effective approach to meet gas-quality and heating-value requirements for pipeline distribution, processing of liquified natural gas (LNG), mixed and high-purity natural gas liquids (NGLs), as well as international LNG commerce. The 700XA is equipped with a micro flame-photometric detector (FPD), which enables users to reduce initial equipment cost by as much as 50% and footprint requirements by up to 40%, says the company. — Emerson Automation Solutions, Shakopee, Minn.

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