Honeywell Mercury Instruments Instrumentation
Honeywell Mercury Instruments provides the highest standard for the design and production of precision instruments that measure and monitor gas pressure, gas temperature, gas volume and flow for the natural gas industry. The company started as an industrial thermometer manufacturer in 1950, but by the mid-1960s the company had shifted its focus to natural gas measurement. In 2007, the business was acquired by RMG Group, and in 2009, the "group" was purchased by Honeywell.
Natural Gas Volume Instrumentation
Electronic Corrector Systems
Honeywell Mercury electronic correctors provide corrected gas volume from the gas meter and have become the benchmark for precision instrumentation.
Mini-Max Rotary Corrector – A fully-featured Mini-Max electronic gas volume corrector specially adapted for direct mounting on several rotary meters.
Mercury Instruments Mini-Max Corrector - High-performance electronic volume corrector with electronic precision and reliability.
Mini-AT Volume Corrector – A fully-featured, standalone, electronic gas volume corrector that delivers reliable and cost-effective volume measurement in natural gas operations.
EC 350 Gas Volume Corrector - UMB- and rotary-mount corrector that simplifies and optimizes custody transfer and industrial gas analysis.
Electronic Temperature Compensation TCI – The most advanced electronic temperature compensating index for natural gas rotary meters. The TCI is an ideal replacement for mechanical indexes.
Turbo Corrector– A Mini-AT with an internal expansion board called the Turbine Interface Board (TIB) which takes high-frequency main and sense rotor signals from an Invensys Auto-Adjust Turbo-Meter (AAT) and computes the adjusted volume based on AAT algorithms.
Turbo Monitor - An electronic device that receives inputs from the main and sense rotors of an Invensys Auto-Adjust Turbo-Meter (AAT) and calculates the adjusted volume, unadjusted volume, and percent deviation from factory calibration.
Electronic Data Recorders ERX - A microprocessor-based, stand-alone self-powered data recorder that measures gas pressure, gas temperature, case temperature and applied power supplies.
Pulse Accumulator - A wall-mounted, battery-powered electronic recorder of low-frequency pulses. This device assists users by providing basic data collection through a modem or other wireless technology.
The Honeywell Mercury Instruments mechanical pressure recorder is an economical method of recording pressure, temperature or volume and provide paper documentation.
Gas meter pulse transmitters or pulsers send uncorrected volume outputs from a gas meter to remote totalizing and recording equipment.
Linc Energy Systems is also an authorized distributor for Honeywell Process Solutions.