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Magnetrol tiene la tradición de ser una empresa enfocada al cliente y a la familia. Eso hace que los blogs sean el formato perfecto para aquellos de nosotros en Magnetrol con un amplio conocimiento en las aplicaciones de tecnologías de medición de nivel y flujo para conectar con las personas que están interesadas. Los lectores no solo obtendrán un contenido destacado que sea actual y relevante, sino que también disfrutarán de una experiencia que hace que Magnetrol sea única entre sus competidores; nuestra gente.

22 Jan, 2013

Using Guided Wave Radar for Heat Rate Reduction

Guided Wave Radar (GWR) has become the premier choice for power plant operators who want to replace aging level instrumentation to reduce their heat rate and fuel costs.
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15 Jan, 2013

The Impact of Instrument-Induced Errors on Heat Rate

A key way to reduce a power plant’s heat rate – and fuel costs – is to ensure accurate level control within its feedwater heaters.
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8 Jan, 2013

How to Monitor Feedwater Heater Performance to Ensure Optimum Heat Rate

Many power plant operators have begun replacing outdated level instrumentation with newer technologies to accurately control feedwater heater levels and decrease their plant’s heat rate.
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18 Dec, 2012

Feedwater Heater Factors to Consider for Heat Rate Reduction

With increased attention on improving bottom-line performance, heat rate is a key concern for every power plant.
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11 Dec, 2012

The Impact of Feedwater Heater Operation on Fuel Costs: Level Control Considerations

The ability to decrease a power plant’s heat rate can have a profound effect on fuel costs. Optimizing the water level of your feedwater heaters is an effective way to achieve this objective.
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4 Dec, 2012

Heat Rate Awareness: What You Need to Know to Reduce Fuel Costs

The advent of climate change protocols and the Clean Air Act has put fossil fuels in the forefront of the political debate.
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