Detecting moisture in natural gas – Inventech
The accurate detection of moisture is a challenge for the gas industry. Excess moisture in natural gas causes problems such as corrosion of equipment such as pipelines and storage tanks and formation of gas hydrate. Measuring moisture in natural gas is not a difficult application, but you do want a reliable and continuous measurement. Transfer of glycol and compressor oils can quickly damage the in-situ sensors. Triethylene glycol (TEG) is added to dry natural gas before it is sent downstream for commercial or industrial use. These glycols shift the readings from the sensor. Which analyser provides a reliable and continuous moisture measurement in natural gas?