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Interface Level Measurement Selection Guide

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Table gives some guidance related to the oil–water interface level measurement for a single technology. However, it is important to understand the need of the measurement. For some application several technologies may be used to fix a need which cannot be solved by one technology only.

Table highlights some use cases but does not supersede the scope and limitation given in this recommended practice.

Interface Level Measurement Selection Guide

Table – Interface Measurement Selection Guidance

Note 1: The emulsion layer cannot be measured. The average density between the upper and lower density fluid may represents the emulsion density

Remark: All measurement may be challenged in the presence of dirty fluids (e.g. build‐up). Product often provides build‐up compensation functions.

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Muralidharan July 17, 2018 at 4:54 am

Sir how to review &verify instrument hookup diagram for erection


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