Detection of H2O in natural gas pipelines

H2O measurement in natural gas pipelines is critical to avoid corrosion and meet quality specifications. Typical GC/vaporizer systems with slow response time can cause undetected wet gas, flare events, and costly downtime. Methanol carryover can damage and interfere with H2O measurements. Some moisture analyzers can be maintenance intensive and yield inaccurate results. Reliable H2O measurement, particularly in remote locations without specialized technicians on site, is essential.