Yokogawa Pre-Engineered Analyzer Solutions - YES

YES - We Do That!

Analytical Instruments and SystemsYokogawa Pre-Engineered Solutions

Yokogawa’s leading-edge technology and extensive application know-how enable partnerships with customers in developing YES to optimize processes and sustain value over the entire plant lifecycle. Along with being one of the longest operating analytical system integrators, Yokogawa is recognized globally for process analytical project execution excellence and analytical subject matter expert.… Begin your transformation journey.


Analyzer Integration Challenges

Engineering and Design Costs Inconsistent Solution Designs Complete Project Timeline

The engineering and design process is convoluted with increased costs associated with complex engineering and frequent design changes requiring the need for a pre-engineered solution.

Designed solutions are often over-complicated with inconsistent engineering, design, and execution from project to project compounding the need for a streamlined packaged solution

From design, to quote, to delivery and install the project timeline is often hindered by scope creep, miscommunication, overlooked expenses, and missed deadlines that can be addressed upfront with pre-engineered solutions.

YES - Does That. Proven Designs. Quick Installation.

When addressing a standardized solution that has applications across multiple sites or processes, Yokogawa Pre-Engineered Solutions (YES) significantly reduces both the engineering and design costs to the customer. In addition, these solutions greatly reduce the execution cycle as they are quicker to quote, quicker to document submittals, and thus, quicker to get your process running smoothly again.

Minimized Engineering and Design Costs

Minimized Engineering and Design Costs

Reduced Installation and Maintenance Costs

Reduced Installation and Maintenance Costs

Quick Turnaround Time

Turnaround Time

Reduced costs for engineering man-hours and procurement by implementing proven application expertise.

Standardized solutions across multiple sites/process units to improve maintenance and operational work efficiency.

Speed up project execution cycle times with drop-in, turnkey standardize solutions.


Moisture in Chlorine Measurement


Moisture in Chlorine Solutions FlyerCHALLENGE

Moisture breakthroughs can cause the formation of HCl, which will cause corrosion of process pipes and reduce equipment lifetime creating unplanned outages and reducing overall process safety.

  • Traditional sensors require frequent maintenance and replacement due to consumable parts.
  • Traditional sensors recovery time from large concentration spikes of moisture can take more than 24 hrs causing process shutdown.


The standardized design based on application expertise shortens project execution time and minimizes engineering and design costs to provide repeatable, reliable measurements, quicker response, and recovery time. Our application expertise eliminates any design uncertainties, increases measurement integrity and reliability, and eliminates additional installation and maintenance costs.

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Request Quote

  • Complete the simple questionnaire to provide moisture range, analysis range, process pressure, process temperature, ambient temperature, and return pressure.
  • Contact us for a quick turnaround quotation and simple drawing package.
  • By standardizing on a proven successful design, the project execution time is shortened while simplifying the maintenance time by having standardized solution designs throughout the application locations and plant sites.


Pre-Engineered Analyzer Shelter Solution for Moisture in Chlorine



Ambient Temperature -13 to 140ºF
Process Supply Pressure 0 to 100 psig
Process Supply Temperature 50 to 131ºF
Process Return Pressure 0 to 80 psig
Sample Transport Bundles By Yokogawa, By Others
Sample Transport Tubing Material Monel, Hastelloy C
Sample Handling System Materials Monel, Hastelloy C
Nitrogen Dryers Single, Dual
Communication Ethernet, Fiber
Hazardous Area Classification Class I, Division 2, Group BC&D, T3



Electrolysis plants create hydrogen and chlorine from a brine solution. Chlorine gas generated from the anolyte of the electrolysis tank generally contains between 0.5 to 2.0 vol% H2O. The sample is then cooled and filtered to remove brine, subsequently coming out as wet chlorine gas. The wet gas is sent to a drying tower where it is treated with sulfuric acid to get moisture down to the ppm level. 



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