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NCS NET Concentrator System Improves Efficiency and Performance of Power Plants

NCS NET Concentrator System Improves Efficiency and Performance of Power Plants

Performing maintenance, repairs and upgrades at modern power plants is often challenging. Many power plants are built on instrumentation from companies that no longer exist or that use technology that has become outdated. Updating plants with new technology that can improve performance and reliability can be challenging and cost-prohibitive.

Moore Industries has a full range of instrumentation that can help power plants manage their transition to modern technology. One product detailed in our Automation and Instrument Solutions for Power Plant Applications line card is the NCS NET Concentrator System®.

Published: March 23, 2015

Moore Industries Provides Automation and Instrumentation Solutions for Oil and Natural Gas Industries

Moore Industries Provides Automation and Instrumentation Solutions for Oil and Natural Gas Industries

The oil and natural gas industries rely on Moore Industries to provide them with solutions to a wide range of problems. From warning of potential safety threats over great distances to using natural gas as a pneumatic supply for current-to-pressure (I/P) transmitter at a remote site, our products allow engineers to design oil and natural gas systems that are more affordable, efficient and safer.

Published: March 20, 2015

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Wire-Wound Sensor Elements for Extreme Temperatures

Temperature Q&A with J.R. Madden: Wire-Wound Sensor Elements for Extreme Temperatures
Q: Do I need to order anything differently if I’m measuring cryogenic temperatures?

A: We are required to build a wire-wound element for accurate and stable readings for very low temperature (-10°F or lower) applications. Regular elements cannot perform at these extreme temperatures.

Published: March 17, 2015
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