Chemtrols Engineering Ltd.
May 12, 2010 6:40 am
Process Analyser Systems & Flow Metering Systems
Chemtrols, founded in 1975 started with manufacturing of level instruments and instrument fittings for the process industries. The Company grew rapidly and diversified into manufacturing and supply of wide range of process instruments, process monitoring, control and automation systems over the past 30 years. Today Chemtrols is one of the leading solution providers in analytical systems, process instruments, environment monitoring, fire & gas detection, terminal automation, flow metering & custody transfer, SCADA and automation systems. Chemtrols has supplied instrumentation and process control systems to almost all Chemical and Hydrocarbon Processing Industries in India. Chemtrols’ SCADA and RTU systems cater to a number of utilities in India. Overseas reference covers Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe, USA and Canada.
Chemtrols provides state-of-the-art products and solutions in partnerships with renowned overseas companies for various industries that include Oil & Gas, Refineries, Petrochemicals, Chemicals, Fertilizers, Electricity, Iron & Steel, Cement, Water, Renewable Energy and Transportation. Chemtrols has a documented Quality Management System that meets the requirement of ISO 9001:2000 QMS Standard.
Products: Process Instrument, Process Analyser Systems, Flow Metering Systems, Air Quality Monitoring Systems, Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems and SWAS Package.
Flow Metering Systems: Chemtrols manufactures Custody Transfer Flow Metering Skids for Gas and Liquid applications. These skids are manufactured in line with the latest international relevant standards and with the most reliable design.
Continuous Emission Monitoring System: Continuous monitoring of various pollutants like SO2, NOx, CO, HCl, NH3, HF, CO2, etc., are a necessity nowadays. Chemtrols provides an optimum solution to the measurement from the various types of monitoring, based on our vast experience in such systems.
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