Flare Gas Probe – Sample take-off and extreme sample conditions One of the recent successful developments of ASaP’s R&D department is the ASaP Inclined Fall-back Stokes’ Law Flare Gas Probe. This Flare Gas Probe solves the ‘old’ problem of plugging and fouling the probe and the sample conditioning system and the gas analyzers downstream. It ensures
Sample probes with Orbital VE technology to eliminate vortex shedding Accurate sampling starts at the sample probe. A typical probe is a cylindrical piece of metal that is placed in the process pipe. One of the downsides of these conventional sample probes is the vortex shedding effect which means that a small Vortex gets formed
ASaP introduces their revolutionary LNG probe-vaporizer The Phazer conforms to ISO 8943 and is tested against EN 12838. Your LNG measurement is only as accurate as your provided sample… The Phazer is the only cryogenic LNG probe-vaporizer that provides verifiably accurate and representative LNG samples at 0,9 barg. If you have questions about the Phazer,
The GPR™ consists of a housing and a membrane-tipped probe regulator. The housing is installed in a depressurized pipeline through a vertically mounted thread-o-let or flange
The GPSD™ uses proven Genie® Membrane Technology™ to extract a representative gas sample and provide a safety net for protecting gas analyzers against liquid damage.
The thick walled probe, which is machined from a single piece of stainless steel, has a high natural resonant frequency that allows it to withstand the destructive forces of gases flowing at high velocities.
The GP2™ probe consists of a housing and a membrane tip probe. The housing is installed in a depressurized pipeline through a vertically mounted thread-o-let or flange, and contains a “foot valve” in its lower end.
The Model 755™ is an adjustable length, membrane tip probe regulator that can be inserted and extracted from a pressurized line through a full opening valve without the use of a special insertion device or the force and bulky equipment associated with pneumatic or hydraulic methods.
The Direct Drive Model 752™ thermowell probe allows a resistance temperature detector (RTD) to be inserted and extracted from a pressurized system through a full opening valve.
The Direct Drive Model 751™ coupon holder allows a corrosion coupon to be inserted and extracted from a pressurized system through a full opening valve.