Float Failure Indication

For us here at Bliss, your project’s safety is front and center. We know you can’t afford losses of your process materials, so we’ve built Float Failure Indicators onto our gauges, so that you can visually tell if something is wrong.

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As a standard feature on all our gauges, the bottom three flags are set in reverse. If these flags flip to the regular color, it will provide you with a visual indication of float failure. If this happens, you can immediately turn off your isolation valves and call us for a replacement float.

Read more here: BAUS_Safety Features_MLG

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Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter

Bliss Anand takes pride in providing a 360-solution for your level monitoring needs. With our BAMR liquid level transmitter, you are able to keep constant track of your process fluid levels without a direct line of sight, from within a control room.

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The Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter provides analog communication for Magnetic Level Gauge applications. You can externally mount it without interrupting the monitoring process that is already being conducted by your Magnetic Level Gauge, and the sensing elements and electronics can be removed without disturbing the operation process either.

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We want you to make it easy for you to use the BAMR transmitter, so we provide a variety of mounting options and pipe styles. If required, your transmitter can also come equipped with an on-board display and keypad for local indication and programming.

With FM and CSA approvals for US and Canadian requirements, our Magnetostrictive Level Transmitters can be used on your projects for a secondary method of liquid level monitoring.

Download our Magnetostrictive Transmitter Catalogue to learn more about the product here: magnetostrictive_transmitter

Want to know more, or see how these products can be best utilized in your project? Send us an email at sales@blissanandusa.com.

ASME Certified Welding

There’s welding… and then there’s up-to-standard, ASME-Certified welding. And we know that your projects require the best. That’s why, at Bliss Anand, we pride ourselves on making sure that everything we do is of the highest quality.

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As a result, all our products and welders are certified to ASME B31.3 standards. The Process Piping certification is typically aimed at companies operating in petroleum, chemical and cryogenic industries. It covers materials and components, design, fabrication, assembly, erection, examination, inspection and testing of the piping.

Having our welders certified to this standard allows us to create full-bore, full-penetration welds where most manufacturers only have full-bore welds. Our products have stronger weld joints and are longer lasting, with no danger of process fluid accumulation on the nozzle.

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We have supporting documents in the form of WPS, PQR and WPQ, so give us a ring if you want to know more!

Cryogenic Applications

With the aim of always providing our customers with the best level of service possible, Bliss Anand has created Engineered Solutions for our standard products.

One such solution, Cryogenic Applications, allows us to ensure that your process fluids remain in a liquid state up to -320 ⁰F.

What is Cryogenics?

  • It is a study of production of extremely low temperatures
  • Cryogenic liquids have boiling points below -240 °F
  • Examples of Cryogenic liquids: Nitrogen, Argon, Helium, Hydrogen, Methane, LNG, Oxygen, etc.

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Why do we need Cryogenic Applications?

  • Liquids that are not properly insulated can explode or combust at normal temperatures
  • Bliss Anand’s solution allows our customers to safely monitor process liquids using our gauges, with easy installation and maintenance

Our Solution – Cryogenic Insulation

To facilitate operations where your product needs to be kept cold via chillers, refrigerants and condensers, Bliss Anand provides Cryogenic Insulation. By insulating a level gauge with a specialized cryogenic jacket, process temperatures can be maintained in a liquid state down to -320°F (-195°C).

Insulation systems consisting of Polyisocyanurate (PIR) rigid foam are applied in multiple layers. In combination with the PIR foam, high performance vapor barriers are used in order to produce the necessary degree of insulation. Specific cladding materials, such as stainless or aluminized steel, are then applied as the outermost layer of protection.

The thickness of the insulating foam layer will depend on the required temperatures. Below is the Bliss Anand recommendation, however final specifications depend on customer requirements:

2” thick; single layer – Maximum: 350° F (177°C); Minimum -100°F (-73°C)
3” thick; double layer – Maximum: 350° F (177°C); Minimum -200°F (-129°C)
4” thick; double layer – Maximum: 350° F (177°C); Minimum -320°F (-196°C)

This form of insulation is stable up to temperatures of 500°F (260°C). Exposure to heat above these recommendations can cause decomposition of materials. [1]

Cryogenic Insulation is recommended for any gauge that is required to work below a process temperature of 36o F (2o C).

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Our engineers are also able to design custom frost extensions engineered to specific application requirements. These frost extensions are manufactured of durable acrylic plastic that prevent frost accumulation while ensuring clear visibility to the user, and are provided as a standard with all gauges requiring cryogenic insulation.

Features:

  • Oversized chamber (3”)
  • Guide rods to ensure floats are closer to the indicating assembly
  • Acrylic frost extensions provided
  • Prevents frost accumulation and ensures clear visibility
[1] For situations where your project may need to withstand higher temperatures, Bliss Anand also provides insulation blankets that can endure temperatures up to 1000°F (540°C).