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  • Dear Alexander, Thanks for your replies. We are preparing the Hazardous Areas Classification using the IEC 60079-10, where the grade of release can be classified into three classifications: 1- Continuous: release which is continuous or is expected to occur frequently or for ...

  • Hazme: Could you please provide more information about you are trying to accomplish? Could you please provide a definition of grade of release? Are you talking about the type of control valve? For instance, Modulating vs. on/off? When you say control valve (regulator), are ...

  • Guys, we all want our events to reach as many people as possible, but we know that for this to happen we need to offer a topic that will appeal to the automation community. Hence, the reason for this post. To identify the themes that are champions of audience. Then follows the ...

  • Dears, We have a control valve (regulator) installed on Natural Gas Line, at which category shall we consider the Control Valve from the grade of release perspective. (Continuous, Primary or Secondary). Regards, Hazem Mahmoud #Instrumentation #OilandGas #ProcessSafety ...

  • Dear Fajar, Kindly note that Coriolis Flowmeter can measure the density in addition to the mass flow rate, however in gas application measuring the density through the Coriolis meter is not recommended, because changes in density are too small to resolve with the Coriolis Technology. ...

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