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MSAPR - 2019 Schedule 9 and Schedule 10 Reports Due July 1, 2020

The 2019 reporting deadline is fast approaching for the submission of the Schedule 9 and 10 reports for part 2 of Canada’s Multi-Sector Air...

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Enalysis Tip 1.13 - Reciprocating Compressor Performance Optimization

In natural gas gathering applications, maintaining the lowest possible suction pressure can provide a significant production advantage. As fields...

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As Production Volumes Plummet, Users Depend on Detechtion to Deliver Cost Savings with Enalysis

At Detechtion, one of the the things we obsess over is optimizing fleets of natural gas compression equipment by reducing operating costs and...

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Enalysis Tip 1.12 - Reciprocating Compressor Trip and Control Settings

This Enalysis Tip details Detechtion Technologies’ recommended procedure for determining the shutdown, alarm and control settings for a reciprocating...

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Enalysis Tip 1.11 - Reciprocating Compressor Safety Shutdown Systems

Changes in operating conditions, such as discharge pressure, flow rate, inlet suction temperature or ambient air temperature, will result in a...

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Enalysis Tip 1.10 - Reciprocating Compressor Limitations

Reciprocating compressor packages are restricted to operating under conditions that ensure the mechanical ratings of the compressor are not exceeded....

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Enalysis Tip 1.9 - Compressor Field Data Entry with Fieldlink®

Did you know that all Enalysis users can use Fieldlink to enter compressor field data into Enalysis? Fieldlink eliminates the need for any paper data...

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Enalysis Tip 1.8 - Troubleshooting Blowby and Gauge Maintenance

This post will provide Detechtion Technologies’ recommended steps for troubleshooting Blowby and “Gauge Maintenance”. These two concepts, along with...

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Enalysis Tip 1.7 - Gauge Maintenance Result for Gas Compressor on Enalysis Report

“Gauge Maintenance” is the term used by Detechtion Technologies when the monitored compressor parameters are thermodynamically impossible according...

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Enalysis Tip 1.6 - Causes of Blowby: Valve Springing and Lube Rates in Gas Compression Equipment

Blowby can result without any physical damage to wear components or unaccounted pressure drops. Improper valve springing can lead to valve flutter,...

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