Share
Share on linkedin
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
glycol-dehydration
PDF: Application Note

Measuring Water in Glycol During Glycol Dehydration with a Solid-State FTIR Sensor

The Keit IRmadillo solid-state FTIR sensor was used to monitor levels of water present in monoethylene glycol and triethylene glycol.

Glycol dehydration of liquified natural gas and liquified petroleum gas is a common method of purifying raw materials in the petrochemical industries.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Download PDF

Please complete this form to access this resource.

FEATURED INSTRUMENT

Keit IRmadillo FTIR Spectrometer

The Keit IRmadillo is a compact and rugged in-line FTIR spectrometer fit for the process environment

Get the Quantum advantage

Put our expertise, strategic partnerships, and technical support capabilities to work for you.

Get updates and great content delivered right to your inbox.

Quantum Analytics Logo

27635 Commerce Oaks Drive, Suite 125, Oak Ridge North, Texas 77385

© 2021 Quantum Analytics  |  A Black Forest Ventures Company |  All Rights Reserved  |  Privacy Policy

Quantum Analytics Logo

Start a ConverSation

We look forward to working with you

Complete this form below to give us some context about you and your needs.

Our sales team will be in touch shortly!

Quantum Analytics Logo

REGISTER FOR LIVE WEBINAR

Measuring Water in Glycol During Glycol Dehydration with a Solid-State FTIR Sensor

Complete this form below to sign up and we will reach out to you with instructions

Quantum Analytics Logo

Request a Quote

Measuring Water in Glycol During Glycol Dehydration with a Solid-State FTIR Sensor

Complete this form below to give us some context about you and your needs.

Our sales team will be in touch shortly

power plant