Mechatest is a global company and well known for it’s excellent quality water, steam sampling and analysis solutions built as per ASME PTC 19.11 and VGB/DGRL.
The Steam and Water Analysis Systems (SWAS) are designed with worlds best-in-class instrumentation parts to keep the reability of your water steam analysis safe at all times and to protect your plant from corrosion and scaling.
As an independent System Integrator our main activities are the complete design, engineering, procurement, assembly and integration of steam and water sampling, conditioning, and analysis systems for the power cycle industry, we design accordingly to VGB/DGRL and ASME PTC 19.11 which discuss the methods and instrumentation for testing boiler make-up and feedwater, steam, and condensate in relation to performance testing.
As a result, you save maintenance costs, minimize downtime and prolong the operational life for your plant.
Predesigned SCS for water condensate measurement applications.
Sample Conditioning Panels are designed for proper conditioning of your steam and water samples. We take care from sample tap to sampling conditioning and analysis.
Mechatest standard sample conditioning panels for steam and water sampling purposes, the conditioning systems has the main function to reduce and regulate the temperature, flow and pressure of the sample. This kind of sampling panels are mostly used in combination with water analyser equipment for analysis on chemical parameters like conductivity, pH, dissolved Oxygen, Silica, Sodium etc.
The panels are designed with best quality products for safe operation and representative sample at the desired pressure and temperature.
Mechatest is taking care of the following sections;
Samples must be taken from locations that are representative of the water source, treatment plant, storage facilities, distribution network, points at which water is delivered to the consumer, and points of use. In selecting sampling points, each locality should be considered individually; however, the following general criteria are usually applicable:
Sampling points should be selected such that the samples taken are representative of the different sources from which water is obtained by the public or enters the system.
These points should include those that yield samples representative of the conditions at the most unfavourable sources or places in the supply system, particularly points of possible contamination such as unprotected sources, loops, reservoirs, low-pressure zones, ends of the system, etc.
Sampling points should be uniformly distributed throughout a piped distribution system, taking population distribution into account; the number of sampling points should be proportional to the number of links or branches.
The points chosen should generally yield samples that are representative of the system as a whole and of its main components.
Sampling points should be located in such a way that water can be sampled from reserve tanks and reservoirs, etc.
In systems with more than one water source, the locations of the sampling points should take account of the number of inhabitants served by each source.
There should be at least one sampling point directly after the clean-water outlet from each treatment plant.