You can now quickly and cost effectively add hydrocarbon leak detection and monitoring to operations with Rosemount 702 wireless discrete transmitters with Tyco Thermal Controls’ TraceTek technology.
This integration is applicable for single tanks, large tank farms, and pipelines both to comply with government regulations and ensure valuable product isn’t wasted.
With 702/TraceTek integration, distant tanks or pipelines and valves can now be monitored without need to run expensive signal wires back to the control room, notes the companies. This can result in up to 60% total system cost savings, it’s said.
“Introduction of Rosemount 702 discrete transmitter with hydrocarbon leak detection technology provides new capabilities to implement leak detection solutions that utilize the IEC 62591 WirelessHART technology,” it’s noted. “This allows hydrocarbon sensor leak detection information to be transported through the mesh network via Rosemount 702 in an affordable and dependable manner with greater than 99% data reliability.”
TraceTek sensors react to contact with a liquid hydrocarbon. They send a discrete signal to Rosemount 702 which is wirelessly transmitted back to the control system. TraceTek sensors detect liquid hydrocarbons including light and heavy crude and gasoline, and those on the surface of water, in drip pans and sumps, or even buried under tanks and pipelines, its’ noted. Complete details are yours free.
Emerson Process Management, Rosemount
8200 Market Boulevard, Chanhassen MN 55317