Category: Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert: To Wire or Not to Wire?

One of the recurring and most debated subjects in the oil and gas industry is, do I run wire or do I operate wirelessly? There are plenty of pros and cons to go around on this subject. Hardwiring. One of the arguments to hardwiring is that many feel they have a better assurance that signals […]

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Ask the Expert: Power Sources – WATT to Choose?

Data…Data…Data…. We need it, we demand it! But, how do we power all of those end devices that deliver that critical data or information. Today there are choices. Conventional AC line power provided by local electrical coop or power generation companies Dependable, sometimes quickly available, sometimes not. Can be costly to obtain and purchase month […]

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Ask The Expert: Filtration

Imagine running your vehicle without an oil filter or an air filter. Sounds pretty crazy, right? The damage to your engine would be significant and swift. Not to mention, EXPENSIVE! We know that it makes sense to protect items from contamination and harmful solids. You may remember the old Fram filter commercials, ”Pay me now or […]

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Ask the Expert: Underwriter Laboratories “UL”

As a consumer, you have many options when it comes to who you have provide products and services to your operation. One of those services has to do with business practices and procedures in those you choose to partner with. Underwriter Laboratories is an institution and a practice of integrity that reputable companies and service providers […]

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Rated Devices…How Do You Rate?

There are many manufacturers of a variety of devices that can be found throughout the oil and gas industry. Each manufacturer is responsible for the rating and safety of their equipment. Based on the area and application where a device is located will determine the necessary classification of that device. There are areas of install […]

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Low Power: A Must for Remote Operations

Today’s operations are often remote, requiring the installation of solar sources in order to power the various devices on a location. Given that many devices can be at any given site, it is critical to apply as many low power devices as possible in order to not exhaust the power available. TECP offers many devices […]

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Saving Money on Rebuilt Transmitters

In today’s industrial economy it makes sense to get the most out of our dollars when purchasing equipment to monitor our processes. Starting in 1991, TECP  began to offer our customers a savings of about 50% on Rosemount transmitters by offering remanufactured ones versus the purchasing of new ones. TECP offers a 2 year limited […]

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