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Member Name: ARazaliMM
Topic: Engineering and workplace issues.
from the Safety department...
How to decide if a signal is IS or not
Originally posted by EMCJine on 11 June, 2013 - 2:37 am
Who decides if the instrument should fall into an IS loop or a normal Non-IS loop. On what basis the decision is made?
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Basically it just depends on the zoning or most people refer it to HAC (hazardous area...
Topic: Sensor technologies.
from the Instrumentation department...
Temperature compensation for gas flow measurement
Posted by ABG on 12 June, 2013 - 3:30 am
Temperature compensation for gas flow measurement
Topic: Engineering and workplace issues.
from the Forum department...
Intrinsically safe barrier required?
Originally posted by Jordan on 21 February, 2013 - 6:22 pm
When are IS barriers required?
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IS barrier can be used in all zones but for Zone 0, its a must. eg. 'ia' protection for Zone 0,...
Topic: Continuous process industries, DCS questions.
from the instrumentation department...
Junction box segregation between DI and DO signals
Originally posted by araz on 27 May, 2013 - 9:46 pm
Junction box segregation between DI and DO
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Hi Andy, Thank you for the link. Regards...
> Sir, where i will get this signal level classification? I'm referring to Shell DEP for...
Hi sir, Thanks for the brief explanation. As for local standard, 110VDC solenoid valve is...
Topic: Continuous process industries, DCS questions.
from the Instrumentation department...
Pilot Operated Deluge Valve
Posted by RM on 25 March, 2013 - 8:53 pm
Pilot Operated Valve
Topic: Continuous process industries, DCS questions.
from the instrumentation department...
I/P positioner and I/p transducer Control valve
Originally posted by Emerson process management on 13 May, 2012 - 4:18 am
Difference between I/P positioner and I/p transducer
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thank you for sharing. i'm a fresh as well. so basically an i/p reducer and positioner is basically...
Topic: Computers in manufacturing; also hardware discussion.
from the Process control department...
process interlock and safety interlock?? the difference?
Originally posted by Andy on 16 June, 2012 - 5:43 pm
What is the difference between process interlock and safety interlock?
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Thank you for sharing...
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