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Design to Avoid Danger

Safe working conditions start with careful design considerations. Before you replace parts or put a completely new system in place, brush up on these best practices.


The Swagelok KEV Regulator

The Swagelok KEV Regulator responds to changes in operator inputs, ambient temperatures, and other operating conditions for consistent, reliable performance.

Corrosion Prevention

Corrosion—the deterioration of engineering materials, most commonly metals, by chemical interaction with their environment—is an extraordinarily costly problem


Know Your Leaks

To combat leakage, choosing the right components and installing them correctly can save time and money. When maintaining fluid systems, remember:


Maintenance Reminders

System maintenance should be anything but routine. Make it part of your overall system health and safety practices.

Process Instrumentation Line Best Practices

When measuring pressure, flow or level within your process, safety and accuracy are always the focus. From the tap to the transmitter, process measurement accuracy depends on the proper function of each component within the process instrumentation measurement loop. And while engineers and technicians often dedicate most of their attention to the transmitter, it is only as accurate as the impulse line inputs provided to it.

5 Common Process Analyzer System Revelations over 50 Years of Training

Sampling systems can be one of the most challenging systems within your plant to both design and operate. Industry veteran and industrial training instructor, Tony Waters, shares his trainees’ top revelations over the past 50 years.

Pitting Corrosion vs. Crevice Corrosion: Identifying the Differences

Corrosion—the deterioration of engineering materials by chemical interaction with their environment—is an extraordinarily costly problem. Damage to unchecked corrosion on tubing systems is a leading cause of profit loss for offshore and nearshore applications, costing billions each year. Corrosion can be prevented, so long as companies know what to look for and take preemptive measures to reduce corrosion risks before it’s too late.

Common Causes and Costs of Fluid System Leaks

The smallest leak can present a serious issue when maintaining your plant’s safety and profitability. Understand how and why leaks occur, how to locate and test for them, and ultimately how to develop a strategy to address and reduce leaks plant-wide.

Calculating the ROI of a Process Analyzer

Process analyzers are a costly, but necessary, sampling system expenditure. When justifying this expense, it’s important that you accurately calculate the analyzer’s ROI. Learn how to determine ROI and save your plant money with tips from Swagelok.