Contel supplied the Paz Ashdod Refinery with a sophisticated analyzer room. The room is equipped with four advanced analyzers for monitoring gases and liquids.
Contel supplied the Paz Ashdod Refinery with a sophisticated analyzer room. The 5mx3m, stainless steel room is equipped with four analyzers for monitoring gases and liquids. Designed and built by Contel, the room was fitted with advanced analyzers systems equipped to operate in an explosive environment. Two EX air-conditioners were installed to keep the room at a constant temperature, with 100% availability provided by a hot backup. The analyzer room includes a gas leak detection system and a system that delivers clean air to the room. The room was designed and built at Contel’s panel plant, which recently supplied similar rooms to Makhteshim and Dead Sea Works plants. Contel also supplied the same project at the Paz Ashdod Refinery with a chromatograph to measure parameters in the fuel and a two‑flow sampling system.
About Paz Ashdod
Paz acquired the Ashdod Refinery on August 1, 2006 in a deal worth NIS 3.25 billion, which subsequently became the Paz Ashdod Refinery Ltd. The Paz Ashdod Refinery extends over 100 hectares (250 acres) of land, and has a refining capacity of four million tons of crude oil a year. Pipelines link the Refinery to the national fuel pipeline, to the Eilat Ashkelon pipeline, and to two Israel Electric Corporation sea links in Ashdod. The Ashdod Refinery is connected to the national natural gas grid, and uses gas to heat the furnaces. The use of natural gas significantly reduces the emission of pollutants into the environment, and is economical.
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