regulating station


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regulating station

[′reg·yə‚lād·iŋ ‚stā·shən]
(ordnance)
A command agency established to control all movements of personnel and supplies into or out of a given area.
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Interest in the use of expanders in regulating stations in Canada was initiated in 1985 when Canadian Western Natural Gas (CWNG), now ATCO, sponsored a review of their distribution system to evaluate the energy production potential.
It showed typical regulating stations could generate power between 250kW and 500kW.
The researchers took direct emissions measurements at 13 gas distribution centers around the country including 230 randomly selected, representative leaks from underground pipelines as well as at 229 metering and regulating stations where natural gas is measured and regulated from higher pressure pipelines to lower pressure distribution pipelines.
Metering and Regulating Stations for the connection of the Greek transmission system with TAP.
Other products and services include Pig launchers and receivers, strainers, pressure regulating stations, orifice meter tubes and complete refurbishing of your existing metering system/prover.
In recent years, there has been growing concern within the natural gas industry regarding the effect regulating stations have on their surrounding environments.
The T-Ball(R) is commonly utilized in measurement and regulating stations.
PGPB has also 942 metering and pressure regulating stations, which include 19 reception points: six from gas processing plants, eight directly from wells and five import points.
The odorant meters will be installed in circa 80 Metering and Regulating stations (M&R stations).
Transported from the main supplying twin pipelines from Russia, gas flows through the high pressure pipeline ring to the regulating stations responsible for the supply of the Athens region.
The adaptation of furnaces include oil pressure regulating stations and combustion air blower and measures to comply with sound insulation requirements.