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Steam Reformer Tube Wall Temperature Measurement GuideSTEAM REFORMER TUBE WALL TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT GUIDE
Steam reforming is widely used in the hydrocarbon processing industries for the production of important gases, particularly hydrogen, methanol and ammonia. The steam reforming process uses a huge furnace which heats a large number of tubes containing a catalyst. When steam and natural gas are passed through the tubes, over the catalyst, a catalytic reaction occurs that produces the synthetic gas (syngas) made up of hydrogen and carbon monoxide. This syngas is used to produce the desired product. 

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The Metals MagazineTHE METALS MAGAZINE

The magazine showcases the extensive range of non-contact temperature measurement solutions that AMETEK Land provide across the metals industry. These highly accurate solutions address the challenges faced by key applications, supporting higher quality, lower costs and greater safety. All the products are designed to operate reliably in the harsh environments encountered in metal production, delivering the highest performance standards.


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The Glass MagazineTHE GLASS MAGAZINE

The glass magazine looks at all methods of glass production and the critical points where accurate temperature measurement is key to a successful product.  You’ll read about award winning thermal imaging solutions we have delivered, as well as AMETEK Land products to support applications within all glass manufacturing operations, including flat glass, containers, tempered glass, and fibre-optic communications. 


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The Biomass MagazineTHE BIOMASS MAGAZINE

The magazine focuses on the use of biomass fuels in the power generation industry. You’ll find features on safety monitoring at all stages in the biomass plant and the importance of combustion control. We also highlight the AMETEK Land solutions that deliver the key measurements for safety, efficiency and emissions control throughout biomass operations. 

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