Benjamin Kyalo
W.T.Maye, Inc.
INDUSTRY
P.O.Box 1577 -00200
Nairobi,Kenya
+254 735211022
benjaminkyalo@wtmi-africa.com
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Level & Flow
Applications for
GAS Stream
Level Applications
NATURAL GAS
Liquid Processing
PROCESSING
Gas
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Conden...
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INLET SEPARATORS
Application: Separators are large drums designed to
separate wellstreams into their individual comp...
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CHEMICAL INJECTION
Chemical Injection Skid
Application: Chemical agents employed in natural gas
processing include ...
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SULFUR RECOVERY
Sulfur Recovery Unit
Application: A sulfur recovery unit converts the hydrogen
sulfide in the acid ...
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NGL RECOVERY & STORAGE
NGL Recovery
Application: Separating the hydrocarbons and fluids from
pure natural gas produ...
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STORAGE TANKS
Storage Tanks
Application: Natural gas, oil, liquid fuel, treatment
chemicals, extracted condensate f...
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NATURAL GAS COMPRESSION
From natural gas extraction to pipeline tranmission, compressors
are an essential technology em...
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COMPRESSOR SCRUBBER
Application: Natural gas can travel through thousands of
miles of pipeline. Compressors placed ...
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FLARE KNOCK-OUT DRUM
Application: Liquid in the vent stream can extinguish the
flame or cause irregular combustion...
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Good Practices for Leading Level and Flow Instrumentation
I Guided Wave Radar Probe Buildup
Of relevance to:
Natural...
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Natural Gas Processing - Magnetrol

Application: Chemical agents employed in natural gas processing include drilling fluid additives, methanol injection for freeze protection, glycol injection for hydrate inhibition, produced water treatment chemicals, foam and corrosion inhibitors, de-emulsifiers,and drag reduction agents. Chemicals are frequently administered by way of chemical injection skids. Challenges: Level monitoring controls chemical inventory and determines when the tanks require filling.The careful selection and application of level controls to chemical injection systems can effectively protect against tanks running out of chemicals or overfilling.
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  • 1. Benjamin Kyalo W.T.Maye, Inc. INDUSTRY P.O.Box 1577 -00200 Nairobi,Kenya +254 735211022 benjaminkyalo@wtmi-africa.com APPLICATIONS SERIES A Guide to Level Instrumentation for Onshore/Offshore Natural Gas Processing
  • 2. 2 Level & Flow Applications for GAS Stream Level Applications NATURAL GAS Liquid Processing PROCESSING Gas L Condensate Separation 2 Chemicals 3 Amine Separation L 1 Level Applications: APPLICATION Natural Gas processing is typically found in crude oil drilling and processing operations. For information on level applications for crude oil processing, see our Crude Oil Processing brochure. L Level and flow controls in these applications are crucial for both process control and safety shutdown systems. WELLHEAD Water PAGE 2. Chemical Injection 4 3. Amine Separation 4 4. Sulfur Treatment 5 5. Gas Dehydration 5 6. NGL Recovery 6 7. Vapor Recovery Unit 6 8. Storage Tanks 7 9. Water Processing 7 WATER Stream Level Applications 3 L 1. Inlet Separator 8 9 Sulfur Treatment 8 12. Compressor Waste 5 Dehydration L 9 Collection Tanks Primary Water Treatment L 4 10. Compressor Lubrication 8 11. Compressor Scrubber Sumps Skim Tanks and Vessels 9 Water Treatment 13. Flare Knock-Out Drum 10 6 Flow Applications: Coalescers Acid Gas NGL Recovery and Storage 9 8 Secondary Treatment Sulfur Unit Air and gas flow applications are found throughout natural gas operations. For a brief summary of these applications, see page 10. Coalescers To Fractionator Tail Gas 7 Vapor Recovery Flotation Units Tail Gas Treatment Good Practices: 10 Good practice recommendations for major level and flow instrumentation can be found on page 11. 11 Compression To reservoir To disposal Offgas 12 Incineration To Pipeline 13 NOTE: The actual nature and number of steps in the process of creating pipeline-quality natural gas depends upon the source and makeup of the wellhead production stream. In some cases, several of the steps shown in the schematic above may be integrated into one unit or operation, performed in a different order or at alternative locations, or not required at all.
  • 3. 3 1 INLET SEPARATORS Application: Separators are large drums designed to separate wellstreams into their individual components. They are commonly designed to separate two-phase (gas/liquid) or three-phase (gas/crude/water) wellstreams. Separators are also classified according to horizontal or vertical configuration (see below), operating pressure, turbulent or laminar flow, and test or production separation. Challenges: Interface level measurement will actuate a valve to adjust vessel level. An emulsion layer along the oil/water interface can contaminate the oil with water or the water with oil. Foaming along the gas/liquid interface, if entrained, can cause liquid carryover or gas blowby. Separator TWO PRINCIPAL TYPES OF SEPARATORS Vertical (right): Vertical separators can accommodate large surges of liquids. They are well suited for high sediment loads—conical bottoms are sometimes attached for large sediment deposits. Vertical separators are preferred when wellstreams have large liquid-to-gas ratios. These separators occupy less floor space than horizontal types and are often found on offshore platforms where floor space is at a premium. GAS OUT NATURAL GAS INLET STREAM IN Horizontal (below): These separators are well-suited for three-phase separation because of their large interfacial area between the two liquid phases. Horizontal types are preferred when wellstreams have high gasto-oil ratios, when wellstream flow is more or less constant, and when liquid surges are insignificant. These separators also have a much greater gas/liquid interface area, which aids in the release of solution gas and in the reduction of foaming. OIL GAS OUT EMULSION INLET STREAM IN OIL OUT NATURAL GAS WATER OIL EMULSION WATER WATER OUT VERTICAL INSTRUMENTATION HORIZONTAL L Point Level: Series 3 Floatactuated External Cage Level Switch; or Thermatel® Model TD1/TD2 Switch WATER OUT OIL OUT L Continuous Level and Interface Level: Eclipse® Model 705; Jupiter® Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter; or E3 Modulevel® Displacer Transmitter L Visual Indication: Atlas™ or Aurora® Magnetic Level Indicators
  • 4. 4 2 CHEMICAL INJECTION Chemical Injection Skid Application: Chemical agents employed in natural gas processing include drilling fluid additives, methanol injection for freeze protection, glycol injection for hydrate inhibition, produced water treatment chemicals, foam and corrosion inhibitors, de-emulsifiers, desalting chemicals and drag reduction agents. Chemicals are frequently administered by way of chemical injection skids. INSTRUMENTATION Challenges: Level monitoring controls chemical inventory and determines when the tanks require filling. The careful selection and application of level controls to chemical injection systems can effectively protect against tanks running out of chemicals or overfilling. 3 L Point Level: L Continuous Level: ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter; or JUPITER Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter Echotel® Model 961 Ultrasonic Switch; or THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Switch AMINE SEPARATION L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators SOUR GAS TREATMENT Application: Pipeline specifications require removal of the harmful acid gases carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S). H2S is highly toxic and corrosive to carbon steels. CO2 is also corrosive and reduces the BTU value of natural gas. Gas sweetening processes remove these acid gases and make natural gas marketable and suitable for pipeline distribution. Challenges: Amine treatment removes acid gases through absorption and chemical reaction. Each of the four common amines (MEA, DEA, DGA and MDEA) offer distinct advantages in specific applications. Level control applications include reactors, separators, absorbers, scrubbers and flash tanks. INSTRUMENTATION Amine Separation L Point Level: ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Gap Switch; or THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Switch L Continuous Level: ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators
  • 5. 5 4 SULFUR RECOVERY Sulfur Recovery Unit Application: A sulfur recovery unit converts the hydrogen sulfide in the acid gas into elemental sulfur. Of the processes available for these conversions, the Claus process is by far the most well-known for recovering elemental sulfur, whereas the conventional Contact Process and the WSA Process are the most used technologies for recovering sulfuric acid. The residual gas from the Claus process is commonly called tail gas. Tail gas is subsequently processed in a gas treating unit. INSTRUMENTATION Challenges: The sulfur condenser vessel is equipped with a disengagement section on the outlet end in order to allow for efficient separation of the liquid sulfur from the process gas. A collection vessel equipped with continuous level control is used to store and remove the sulfur product from the process. 5 L Point Level: L Continuous Level: ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Switch; or THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Switch ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators GAS DEHYDRATION Gas Dehydration Skid Application: Natural gas dehydration removes hydrates which can grow as crystals and plug lines and retard the flow of gaseous hydrocarbon streams. Dehydration also reduces corrosion, eliminates foaming, and prevents problems with catalysts downstream. Compressor stations typically contain some type of liquid separator to dehydrate natural gas prior to compression. INSTRUMENTATION Challenges: The most common dehydration method is the absorption of water vapor in the liquid desiccant glycol. The withdrawal of the water rich glycol from the bottom of the absorber is facilitated by a level control. High and low level shut down can be applied to the reboiler, surge tank and flash separator. L Point Level: Tuffy® II Floatactuated Switch; ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Switch; or THERMATEL TD1/TD2 Switch L Continuous Level: ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter; or JUPITER Magnetostrictive Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators
  • 6. 6 6 NGL RECOVERY & STORAGE NGL Recovery Application: Separating the hydrocarbons and fluids from pure natural gas produces pipeline quality dry natural gas. The two principle techniques for removing Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) are the absorption and the cryogenic expander method. The absorption method is very similar to that of dehydration except that an absorbing oil is used instead of glycol. Once NGLs have been removed from the natural gas stream, they must be separated out, or fractionated. INSTRUMENTATION Challenges: Absorption method level control is typically found on flash drums, separation towers and reflux systems. Cryogenic method level control is applied to the separator and dehydrator. 7 L Point Level: L Continuous Level: ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Gap Switch; or THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Switch ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter; or E3 MODULEVEL Displacer Transmitter VAPOR RECOVERY UNIT L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators FLASH DRUM Application: A Vapor Recovery Unit (VRU) captures valuable volatile organic compounds and other rich gas streams that may otherwise be a significant environmental pollutant. A Vapor Recovery Unit (VRU) collects from storage and loading facilities, reliquefies the vapors, and returns the liquid hydrocarbons back to storage. Methods to recover vapors include absorption, condensation, adsorption and simple cooling. INSTRUMENTATION Field VRU L Point Level: Series 3 External Cage Level Switch; TUFFY II Float-actuated Switch; ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Switch; or THERMATEL TD1/TD2 Switch Challenges: A VRU is a simple, economical process unit that provides EPA compliance and improves operating economies by capturing up to 95% of fugitive emissions. Critical to the VRU is the flash drum where vapors are reliquefied. Liquid level control of the flash drum is essential. L Continuous Level: ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter; or E3 MODULEVEL Displacer Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators
  • 7. 7 8 STORAGE TANKS Storage Tanks Application: Natural gas, oil, liquid fuel, treatment chemicals, extracted condensate from separators and water are stored in gas fields. Unlike midstream tank farms at terminals and refineries, field storage consists of smaller vessels. Diesel generator fuel, potable water, and fire water are also stored in tanks. INSTRUMENTATION Challenges: Tank level monitoring can be provided with overflow control and alarm systems or shutdown pumps when level falls below the specified low level. Interface controls will sense the beginning of an oil/water interface during tank dewatering and control the water draw-off. 9 L L Continuous Level: Point Level: Model A15 Series Level Switch with optional Proofer®; or ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Gap Switch ECLIPSE Model 705 Transmitter; Pulsar® Model RX5 Radar Transmitter; or JUPITER Magnetostrictive Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators WATER PROCESSING Application: Produced water, wash-down water or collected rainwater require treatment whether they’re reused for reservoir flooding or simply disposed of. Water collected from process operations contains hydrocarbon concentrations too high for safe discharge. Suspended hydrocarbon droplets in water also hinders well-injection. Challenges: Treatment equipment is similar to threephase separators except that water is the main product. Level control is found on skim tanks, precipitators, coalescers, flotation units, and collection tanks and sumps. Interface level measurement is essential for proper draining of clean water and removal of the residual oil. INSTRUMENTATION Water Wash Tank L Point Level: ECHOTEL Model 940/941 Ultrasonic Gap Switch; THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Switch; or Float or Displacer-actuated Switch L Continuous Level: ECLIPSE Model 705 Transmitter; or E3 MODULEVEL Displacer Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators
  • 8. 8 NATURAL GAS COMPRESSION From natural gas extraction to pipeline tranmission, compressors are an essential technology employed throughout production and distribution chains to increase the pressure of natural gas by reducing its volume. At the wellhead, compression allows a lowpressure well to produce higher volumes of natural gas—in some instances, well production may be entirely dependent upon gas compression. In natural gas processing plants, intermediate and end product gases are compressed to facilitate gathering and processing operations. In pipeline transport of purified natural gas, compression stations ensure the movement of gas from the production site to the consumer. Compressors may also be used in association with above ground or underground natural gas Above, a gas compression skid designed for field use. The configuration of a storage facilities. Three typical level compressor is determined by its compression capacity, by whether it is a turand flow applications related to gas bine or reciprocating type, by its power source, and by the environmental or compression follow below. sound attenuation requirements that may be required. 10 COMPRESSOR LUBRICATION TANK Application: Lubrication systems protect compressor components from increased amounts of wear and deposit formation and help the equipment run cooler and more efficiently. A wide range of engine lubricants formulated with different base oils are available. Lubricants vary by ISO grade, viscosity, flash point, and formulation. Lubricating fluids are typically stored in integral stainless steel and carbon steel tanks and in remote bulk storage tanks that are monitored for level. Challenges: Level monitoring of lubricant reservoirs will ensure the proper functioning of compressors. Temperature shifts in integral reservoirs affect media density that will exclude some level technologies, such as pressure transmitters. Because ISO cleanliness levels increase lube change frequency, controls should be easy to remove. INSTRUMENTATION Compressor Unit L Point Level: ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Gap Switch; THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Switch; or TUFFY II Float-actuated Switch L Continuous Level: ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter; or JUPITER Magnetostrictive Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators
  • 9. 9 11 COMPRESSOR SCRUBBER Application: Natural gas can travel through thousands of miles of pipeline. Compressors placed at key intervals keep the natural gas moving evenly and reliably. A typical compressor station consists of an inlet scrubber to collect liquids and slugs that may have formed in the gas pipeline. The scrubber consists of a primary section where liquids and solid parts are separated from the gas stream and a secondary section where oil mist is removed. Scrubbers INSTRUMENTATION Challenges: The liquids collected from the suction scrubber are typically routed by way of scrubber level control valves to a low pressure (LP) tank. The vapors produced from the flashing liquids are vented to the atmosphere or to a flare. The low pressure condensate is periodically trucked out. Scrubbers are often equipped with high and low level alarms. 12 L Point Level: L Continuous Level: ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Gap Switch ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators COMPRESSOR WASTE LIQUID Application: Compression station scrubbers and filters that capture liquid waste and unwanted particles route waste liquids to a storage tank. Wastes can be water condensates or heavier hydrocarbons from the natural gas. The wastes are collected in one or several tanks depending on the size of the remote station. As a waste tank fills, tank trucks are typically scheduled for tank emptying operations. As these wastes are hazardous materials, the waste holding tanks are classified as Class 1, Div. 1 areas. INSTRUMENTATION Underground Waste Tank L Point Level: ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Gap Switch; or THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Switch Challenges: Measurements for both total level and interface levels between the condensed hydrocarbons and condensed water are typically made. Tank level monitoring can be provided with overflow control and alarm systems or shutdown pumps when level falls below the specified low level. L Continuous Level: ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter; or JUPITER Magnetostrictive Transmitter L Visual Indication: ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators
  • 10. 10 13 FLARE KNOCK-OUT DRUM Application: Liquid in the vent stream can extinguish the flame or cause irregular combustion and smoking. In addition, flaring liquids can generate a spray of burning chemicals—a “rain of fire”—that create a severe safety hazard. A knockout drum collects these liquids prior to entering the flare system. A level gauge and drain connections are built into the knockout drum. Challenges: When a large liquid storage vessel is required and the vapor flow is high, a horizontal drum is usually more economical. Vertical separators are used when there is small liquid load, limited plot space, or where ease of level control is desired. Knockout drums are equipped with instrumentation to monitor liquid level with pump out or drain facilities. High and low level alarms are frequently installed in knockout drums. Knockout Drum INSTRUMENTATION L Point Level: L Continuous Level: ECHOTEL Model 961 Ultrasonic Gap Switch; or External Cage Float Switch L Visual Indication: ECLIPSE Model 705 Guided Wave Radar Transmitter; or E3 MODULEVEL Displacer Transmitter ATLAS or AURORA Magnetic Level Indicators AIR and GAS FLOW MONITORING Application: From the wellhead to the compression station, monitoring the flow of natural gas is essential. Other flow monitoring applications found in natural gas settings may include mass air and compressed air flow, process and waste gas flow (often required for reporting environmental emissions), and pump protection afforded by the sensing of reduced or no-flow conditions. INSTRUMENTATION Challenges: Significant flow variables include pipe diameters, wide flow ranges, varying velocities, and low flow sensitivity. Flow meters ensure efficient operation at rated SCUM output and also detect leaks. A flow meter with a totalizer provides an accurate measurement of air or gas consumption. A flow switch along a pump’s discharge piping will actuate an alarm and shut down the pump when liquid flow drops below the minimum flow rate. L Flow Alarm: THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Thermal Dispersion Flow Switch L Pump Protection: THERMATEL Model TD1/TD2 Thermal Dispersion Flow Switch L Continuous Flow: THERMATEL Model TA2 Thermal Dispersion Mass Flow Meter
  • 11. 11 Good Practices for Leading Level and Flow Instrumentation I Guided Wave Radar Probe Buildup Of relevance to: Natural gas, condensate and crude processing applications have some special requirements that are not evident from Instrument Data Sheets. Experience has lead to some simple but effective recommendations to address these field issues not contained in Data Sheets. Natural gas, condensate and crude processing applications can experience paraffin, asphaltenes, grit and grime buildup. The degree of buildup varies widely. Even in applications where it isn’t prevalent, over time it can happen during cold weather periods or when bringing units up or down due to temperature, pressure and process material fluctuations. Like distillation columns, chambers/cages/bridles may require cleaning from time to time. Even direct insertion GWR probes can at times experience buildup. Below are some good practices that can minimize build up and reduce maintenance time. • • • • Gas Production Gas Processing Facilities Platforms Crude Production 7XD 7XG 7XT HTHP Coaxial Caged Single Rod Interface Coaxial • Use Enlarged Coax GWR Probes with more clearance for buildup to occur. • Consider using the Model 7xG Chamber Probe whenever possible. The 7xG provides the sensitivity and performance of a coaxial probe with the viscosity immunity of a single rod. • Insulate the probe necks of Overfill Probes to reduce any cooling at the top of the probe inside the vessel, chamber, cage or bridle. • Chambers should be insulated even in warm weather locations. The temperature differential between a warm/hot vessel (like a separator) and uninsulated chamber/cages can be significant resulting in paraffin deposition and/or viscosity increases. • Insulate chamber flanges to reduce any cooling at the top of the probe • Use probes with integral flushing connection to simplify flushing/dissolving puffins or grit. Flushing connections are an option available on all Magnetrol® coaxial GWR probes. • Use probes that have low end dielectric specifications (a 1.4 rating) in the application, especially for condensates. I Flow Meter Straight Pipe Installation, Upstream and Downstream The figure below indicates the minimum recommended straight-run distances required to obtain the desired fully developed flow profile for a THERMATEL Model TA2 Mass Flow Meter. If these straight-run distances are not available, the over- all accuracy of the flow measurement will be affected; however, the repeatability of the measurement will be maintained. Calibration requires the TA2 sensor to be positioned in a test section; the test section should have a sufficient upstream and downstream straight run to ensure the formation of a fully developed flow profile. Calibration should be performed using the same gas which the unit is calibrated for. FLOW FLOW 15 diameters 5 diameters 15 diameters 5 diameters Reduction 90-Degree Elbow FLOW FLOW 20 diameters 5 diameters 15 diameters Two 90-Degree Elbows in Plane 5 diameters Expansion FLOW FLOW 35 diameters 5 diameters 50 diameters Two 90-Degree Elbows out of Plane 5 diameters Control Valve - It is recommended that control valves be installed downstream of the flow meter. Probe Installations
  • 12. AN INDUSTRY GUIDE TO LEVEL MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL FROM MAGNETROL Other industry and special application brochures from MAGNETROL include: • • • • • • • • • Chemical Crude Oil Processing Flue Gas Desulfurization Food & Beverage Interface Level Measurement Life Science Mass Flow Measurement Modular Skid Systems Nuclear Power • • • • • • • • • Petroleum Refining Power Generation Pulp & Paper Mills Renewable Energy Steam Generation Tank Bridle Level Measurement Tank Overfill Prevention Understanding Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Water & Wastewater PLEASE NOTE: The instruments recommended in these brochures are based on field experience with similar applications and are included as a general guide to level and flow control selection. Because all applications differ, however, customers should determine suitability for their own purposes. CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS 5300 Belmont Road • Downers Grove, Illinois 60515-4499 USA Phone: 630-969-4000 • Fax: 630-969-9489 magnetrol.com • info@magnetrol.com EUROPEAN HEADQUARTERS Heikensstraat 6 • 9240 Zele, Belgium Phone: 052 45.11.11 • Fax: 052 45.09.93 BRAZIL: Av. Dr. Mauro Lindemberg Monteiro, 185, Quadrante 16 • CEP 06278-010 • Osasco • São Paulo CANADA: 145 Jardin Drive, Units 1 & 2 • Concord, Ontario L4K 1X7 CHINA: Plant 6, No. 191, Huajin Road • Minhang District • Shanghai 201108 DEUTSCHLAND: Alte Ziegelei 2–4 • D-51491 Overath DUBAI: DAFZA Office 5EA 722, P.O. Box 293671 • Dubai, United Arab Emirates INDIA: C-20 Community Centre • Janakpuri, New Delhi 110 058 ITALIA: Via Arese, 12 • 20159 Milano SINGAPORE: 33 Ubi Avenue 3 • #05-10 Vertex • Singapore 408868 UNITED KINGDOM: Regent Business Centre • Jubilee Road • Burgess Hill, West Sussex RH15 9TL Magnetrol & Magnetrol logotype, Atlas, Aurora, Echotel, Eclipse, Jupiter, Modulevel, Pulsar, Thermatel and Tuffy are registered trademarks of Magnetrol International, Incorporated. Copyright © 2012 Magnetrol International, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Printed in the USA. Bulletin: 41-187.0 • Effective: July 2011

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