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Apply Quantitative Gamma Scanning to High-Capacity Trays

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Push valves, multiple downcomers, and truncated downcomers boost tray capacities, but they also present troubleshooting challenges. Use quantitative gamma-scan analysis to measure froth heights, froth densities, and blowby in order to solve operating problems with these trays.

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