We would like to say a big thanks to Stephanie Matas and all the team at the Fugitive Emissions Journal (Americas), who published our follow-up MIDAS Meter® case study, in support of our recent article on “Reducing emissions through the use of Acoustic Emissions (AE) Valve Condition Monitoring Technology” (which is available to read through our LinkedIn Showcase page at – https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6676082519500177408 ).
Score Diagnostics are delighted to be working with them and to see this good news story being released.
The first part of the article focused on current market conditions and how emissions from unintended flaring can be reduced through the use of Acoustic Emissions (AE) Valve Condition Monitoring Technology.
The second part highlighted a real-life MIDAS Meter® case study – in support of the part 1 strategy piece – highlighting how certified Score Valve Services survey engineers recovered the equivalent of $340k per annum in lost product for our joint customer, as well as dramatically reducing their operating environmental impact, by reducing flare gas volumes by the equivalent of over 147.3 Lbs/Hr, through a fast and easy in-line survey of 62 flare line valves.
The full article is now available for circulation in pdf format and if you would like a copy, just let us know and we will happily share this with you.
Score Group Customers worldwide can benefit from the deployment of this simple to use, non-invasive valve condition monitoring equipment (MIDAS Meter®) so why not contact us today to realise your own savings…
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