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Chemical sampling system design

If you have a sample station, sampling valve or sample point on your chemical plant which needs improving then you’re in the right place.  We have over 20 years experience in chemical sampling system design. Safe, representative sampling systems for chemical liquids, gases and liquefied gases are our core business.

Design of a chemical sampling system starts with us knowing some vital information about the sample you are trying to collect. This information can be summarized in the following simple 10 point checklist;

  1. Process design pressure
  2. Process operating pressure
  3. Process design temperature
  4. Process operating temperature
  5. Product name
  6. Product phase (liquid, gas, liquefied gas)
  7. Particles (yes, no) and particles size
  8. Viscosity
  9. Sample volume required
  10. Process connections (threaded, compression, flanged)

If you can provide us with this information (or some of it) then that will help us specify the correct chemical sampling system for your application.

Derwent James Ltd are the exclusive UK representatives of Dopak chemical sampling systems. If you would like to discuss your application with our sampling expert then contact us for a chat.

Summary
Chemical sampling system design
Service Type
Chemical sampling system design
Provider Name
Derwent James Ltd,
LITTLEDALE CLOSE,Oakwood,Derby-DE21 2TS,
Telephone No.01332673700
Area
UK
Description
Chemical sampling system design service using this simple checklist. Improve your current sample taking method to a fully functional, contained and representative chemical sampling system

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Providing outstanding safety equipment, consultancy and expertise for your company.
Because safety is a necessity, not a commodity