HHP Summit 2014 Emphasis on Monitoring and Instrumentation
The international CMR Group will emphasize state-of-the-art monitoring and instrumentation systems for high-horsepower gas engines at HHP Summit 2014 in New Orleans next month.
CMR products to be displayed include a new catalyst monitor for gas-fueled engines and a J1939 connect temperature sensor.
The catalyst monitor features a six-channel continuous parameter monitoring system (CPMS) and data logger for cost efficient, high quality and continual catalyst performance monitoring, CMR says. The unit meets the U.S. EPA’s RICE-NESHAP (reciprocating international combustion engine-national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants) regulations.
Rigid or Flexible
CMR’s newly launched J1939 Connect CAN digital smart sensor “provides extremely reliable and accurate measurement for engines such as exhaust gas, combustion chamber and bearing temperature,” the company says.
CMR will also show its range of rigid and flexible wiring systems and harnesses for primary power, marine and stationary applications, as well as custom supervision and monitoring products for hazardous gas environments.
‘A Great Platform’
“A range of direct-acting and pilot-operated gas engine pressure regulators, which provide high performance control of pressure levels within the fuel train on dual fuel or natural gas engines, will complete the CMR display,” the firm says.
“HHP provides a great platform for showcasing our custom engineered products and their performance benefits,” CMR USA president John Gatto says in a pre-show announcement.
HHP Summit 2014 takes place October 6-9 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. It is organized by GNA – HHP Insight publisher Gladstein, Neandross & Associates.Contact information is only available to premium subscribers. Click here to purchase a premium subscription.
Source: CMR Group with HHP Insight follow-up