Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) expanded its portfolio of integrated gas measurement solutions.
HPS is now offering the standard Honeywell Elster RABO meter combined with a mechanical totalizer or instrument drive (ID), along with the direct-mounted Honeywell Mercury Instruments TCI temperature corrector or EC 350 volume corrector. This combination can deliver advanced measurement, control, and analysis technology from a single source, reducing costs and integration challenges for customers.
Today, there is growing pressure on natural gas companies to deliver more energy, increase profitability, and minimize financial losses. Meanwhile, operators must reduce operating expenses (OPEX) and tightly control capital budgets. One remedy to this situation is optimization of the distribution infrastructure used to deliver natural gas to households and commercial and industrial (C&I) consumers.
The RABO meter and volume correctors are part of Honeywell’s Gas Measurement and Data Management Solution. The newly integrated offering delivers flow measurement data converted to volume at standard condition for use in billing purposes. It includes PTZ correction for commercial and industrial applications optimized for custody transfer.
Available in four sizes, the RABO meter comes in a heavy duty, compact design with a high impact-resistant, index cover aluminum body and impellers. It provides greater range, increased maximum operational pressure (MAOP), low pressure drop enabling flexibility in station design, reduction in hazardous noise for safer operations, reduction in piston speed for longer asset life, and a low cost of ownership.
TCI is an electronic temperature-compensating index available for natural gas rotary meters. This rugged device can replace mechanical indexes.
The EC 350 electronic volume corrector (EVC) offers features such as improved accuracy, expanded memory, advanced diagnostics and integrated cellular communications.
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