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Gas mixers help stabilise natural gas

08 August 2008

Witt’s Mass Flow Controller (MFC) allows the mixing of additional gases to the natural gas.
Piping natural gas from one location to another can result in different gas qualities. In order to produce a stable quality additional gases have to be mixed with the natural gas. To achieve a stable quality, stabilising systems are used with the fuel value being determined at their inlet points.

Gas mixers help stabilise natural gas
Gas mixers help stabilise natural gas

A computer is used to determine this value and the amount of natural gas, metered using a Witt mass flow meter. It calculates the amount of additional gases such as nitrogen or air that is required.

The Witt MFC mixes the additional gases with the natural gas until a stable fuel value, for example 8kwh/Nm3 is achieved.

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