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CdM program pays back – Meter Error

Having an effective Condition Monitoring Program CdM on your large assets has been proven in one way or another to be valuable on our clients Reciprocating Compression fleets.  Recently a client of ours had reported low flow rates to their sales meter from a pair of compressors at a large facility.  This was concerning as the potential flow loss would equate to a loss of $2000 per day even at the ...
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MSAPR Regulations another year closer. What is your plan?

The Government of Canada's #MSAPR regulations are another year closer to the January 1, 2021 1st phase NOX limit deadline for pre-existing engines.   As of July 1, 2017 the first registration and compliance report for modern engines (engines newer than September 15, 2016 manufacture date) was due to the Government of Canada. With the slower development strategies of some of our clients, thi...
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Government of Canada moves forward on BLIERS and MSAPR

After much time and change in government both Federally and Provincially, the next step in emissions controls for the Oil and Gas Industry is upon us.   The newest version is reaching Gazette II for the Federal government to put BLIERS into regulation federally. This news was just released on June 27, 2016 on the Government of Canada website. http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=1091219 T...
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RioTech VTU1X installation.

What does the RioTech VTU1X system need for install? How hard is it?? We have had some requests to see an actual installation of the VTU1X vibration monitoring system.  One of our good clients have allowed us to show the install on a new unit to their fleet.  The single VTU02 unit installed was set to monitor the engine and compressor frames with the revolutionary 1x vibration system on a mid to ...
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What makes a good vibration analyst part II – Differentiating the Options

In part one we discussed the different pitfalls that can come up when performing a vibration analysis and also what may or may not make for a competent analyst.  In this article I am referencing an actual case where different service providers came to distinctly different conclusions based on same data. What are we dealing with?  The unit is an engine driven, 4 throw – 3 stage recip compressor mo...
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What makes a good vibration analyst?

In an industry that has become more crowded over the past 10 years,  one of the issues that can arise is setting your self apart from other analysts or service providers. Does being a dealer for a given product make an individual an expert? Does representing a large international equipment manufacturer ensure that the solution will consider the entire application range that a machine is po...
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Are you ready for BLIERS?

Is your company preparing for the new BLIERS Federal Emissions regulations coming out by 2021?   Federal regulation are becoming a reality well ahead of the anticipated mandates for Alberta.   Testing and logging of emissions for your engines will be required for you to be compliant. In the coming months EMS Inc. will be in position to provide those services for you and will be utilizing th...
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