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Secondary Upgrading
Secondary upgrading focuses on removing residual impurities such as sulphur from the final process stream, and adding hydrogen to recover high-value products.

Secondary upgrading focuses on removing residual impurities such as sulphur from the final process stream, and adding hydrogen to recover high-value products.

These high-value products include diesel, gas-oil, kerosene or naphtha.

These applications are challenging due to the high process temperature, low ambient conditions, and the difficulty in accurately measuring process levels using traditional level measurement techniques.

Choose the solution designed for the application.

The Emerson Rosemount™  848T Temperature Transmitter with FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus simplifies and reduces the cost of a plant’s process control architecture, replacing traditional temperature monitoring methods with a safe, eight input transmitter that mounts close to the process.
Accurately measure process levels
Simplify the plant's process control architecture
Reduce wiring costs
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