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1 Dynamic Flow Computers
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2 OFFICE & SERVICE CENTER
Dynamic Offices BRANCH OFFICE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES MIDDLE EAST & ASIA MAIN OFFICE HOUSTON, TEXAS BRANCH OFFICE CALGARY, CANADA BRANCH OFFICE MEXICO D.F., MEXICO MEXICO & SOUTH AMERICA OFFICE & SERVICE CENTER SAUDI ARABIA

3 Company History 1986-1992 Founders at Elliott Flow Computers
Dynamic Flow Computers Established in 1993 Focused on Liquid Markets Micro MV E Chart E Chart Plus E Chart Lite 1998-Present Focus on both Liquid & Gas markets

4 Mission Statement “The objective of DFC is to provide you with the latest in state of the art Electronic Flow Measurement with a total commitment to quality in products and service”.

5 Latest Technology Over the years we have strived to bring the latest advances in technology to the flow computer industry Some examples: Wireless Bluetooth™ Communications. Memory Stick Walk-by SCADA. Fieldbus Foundation Protocol. Graphical Trend Screens. First field-mounted liquid flow computer.

6 Flow Measurement Standards
API 14.3 OR AGA 3 – (Differential orifice, Cone, etc) AGA 7 (Frequency such as Turbine, PD, and Others) AGA 8 Compressibility (Gross & Detail Methods) API 21.1 & 21.2 EFM Standards API Liquid Algorithms Other Specific Applications Available

7 MicroMV Gas or Liquid Class 1, Division 1 Up to Four Meter Runs
Touch Screen with A Level Security Built in UPS for days of operation Built in Rosemount 205 for Pressure, Temperature, & DP Temperature rating -40 to +185 °F PID & Boolean Logic Math Functions Low Power (Only 0.5 Watts) 35 to 55 days of data Storage 4 Line by 20 Character Display User configurable scrolling display with ‘display freeze’ option Infra red sensors for easy configuration & calibration

8 Gas and Liquid Class 1, Division 1 2 Digital Outputs 1 Digital/Frequency Input 2 Analog Inputs One RS232 and One RS 232/485 16 Bit Analog Output Graphical Display Built in Rosemount Multivariable 205 Temperature rating -40 to +185 °F PID, Boolean Logic, & Math function Meets API 21.1 for Custody Transfer 64 days of Data Storage Low Power Solar Options Battery & Enclosure temperature built-in DISPLAY 8 Lines of Text Graphical Trend Display User Configurable Display Min / Max Trending

9 Rosemount Multivariable
The Most Accurate and Reliable on the Market. Exclusive Dynamic-Rosemount agreement. Accuracy is +0.1% standard or % optional. Measures static, differential pressure, and temperature Rosemount co-planar flange for easy installation. High stability design means less calibration. SPECIFICATIONS Pressure Ranges: PSIG or PSIG DP Ranges: 0-25, or Bi-Directional Inches of Water RTD plugs in to the 205 module directly with a Temp range up to 1200 F Update time of 108 mS

10 Typical Field Installation

11 Typical Field Installation

12 Multiple Run Installation
Additional MV/EChart w/ Transmitters and with or without Display GENERAL PURPOSE AREA HAZARDOUS AREA FLOW COMPUTERS CAN BE DIRECT MOUNTED OR MOUNTED ON A 2“ POLE

13 Built-in Communications
Our standard communication ports let us integrate with all the current communication media. And now we also support the latest Bluetooth Wireless protocol

14 Inputs / Outputs On Site ECHART to Micro MV in 10 Minutes
1 Meter run up to four meter runs using MV & EChart or 3095 Multi-variable Transmitters Well Optimization PID & Logic Control

15 MicroMV Field IO & Expansion
Nine 24-Bit analog channels per MV with 3 additional MV slave units for I/O expansion (21 analog) 3 frequency channels with three additional MV slave units for I/O expansion (12 channels) 4 analog outputs with 3 additional MV slave units expansion (7 analog out) 3 digital inputs or outputs with three additional MV expansion (9 digitals) 3 Communication ports Up to 4 meter runs in one MV device. Mixture of liquid and gas algorithms corrected to 15°C or 60°F (metric or US units) Slave I/O module when only 1 meter run

16 Data Management Windows & DOS Configuration Software
On site Configuration Remote Configuration Modbus Master & Slave (ASCII or RTU) Data Storage & Retrieval Data Displayed & Collected via PDA, Laptop, Radio, Cell, or Satellite Low Power

17 Historical Data Each history point is configured to archive the current value, average value, totalized value, and accumulated value. 35-64 days of data storage that includes calculated values including Min./Max. values, minute, hourly, hourly, and daily values One Year of Monthly Data is also Stored

18 Event & Alarm Logs The Event Log records the last parameter changes The Alarm Log records the last occurrences of alarms The logs can be viewed, saved, printed, or transmitted Alarms & Logs for the four Meter Runs are stored when using the four meter run option

19 Report by Exception Report By Exception Allows Cry out
Allows the Flow Computer to report any Alarms to the Host system

20 Manufacturing Facility
All Final Assembly & Testing is done in Houston, Texas. CPU Boards are made in Canada, Housing by Adalet, and Transmitters by Rosemount USA. Units are tested in an environmental chamber for 72 hours and bench tested for a 2 week period prior to shipping.

21 Sales & Support Dynamic worldwide offices & agents/representatives are key sales support Dynamic Flow Computers are standard units, available in stock at all times, and ready for shipment within hours, days, or weeks depending on quantities and customer request. Dynamic has a training program that can be given at our facility or on site.

22 Service Dynamic Flow Computers are easy to use and easy to maintain.
In Canada Service support is performed by Tundra Controls, Syntech Enerflex, Bentek Systems, Pro-Logic Controls, or by Dynamic technicians upon request. Service requests are dealt with immediately by Tundra and Syntech through their various 24 / 7 support centers. Dynamic Mfg./Service facility in Calgary, AB

23 Once again Dynamic redefines the next-generation flow computer
Future Products Super-MV Once again Dynamic redefines the next-generation flow computer 10 Times more processing power. Built-in Ethernet and USB: Even more communications alternatives. The REAL Smart I/O: Interchangeable I/O Modules provide a wide range of Input / Output configuration options. Advanced Diagnostics including our renowned Turbine Diagnostic. Redundancy and Smart I/O capabilities: Multiple SuperMVs in a single network can act as separate units, extended smart I/O, or 100% redundant systems. Modbus™ & Foundation Fieldbus™ compatible communication Multiple API, AGA, and ISO equations are programmed into each unit. Dynacom™ software with user friendly interface for PCs and Handhelds

24 Upstream Oil Gas Water Steam Water CO2 Measures Key production metrics
Separator Gas Water Steam Injection Water CO2

25 Test Separator Report

26 Typical Upstream Installation
Solar Panel Comm. Package Flow Computer Flow Meter

27 Midstream Pipeline Metering Meter Proving Tank Levels Custody Transfer
Measures Pipeline Operation Pipeline Metering Meter Proving Tank Levels Custody Transfer Sends data back via SCADA to control rooms

28 Prover Report

29 Batch Report

30 Typical Midstream Installation
Sampler Flow computer Tank Levels Flow computer

31 Downstream Inputs (Oil, Gas) Outputs (Refined Prod.) Steam
Helps Measure Plant Efficiency (Outputs- Inputs) Inputs (Oil, Gas) Refinery Outputs (Refined Prod.) Steam Energy (BTUs)

32 Bi-Directional Report
Volume Report

33 Typical Downstream Installation
Data goes To Control Room Additional Equipment: Densitometers Chromatographs Etc. Flow Computers Multiple Meter Runs

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41 Installations

42 Select Dynamic Users SONATRACH Algeria SAUDI ARAMCO Saudi Arabia
KUWAIT OIL COMPANY Kuwait TEXACO PIPELINE USA MOTIVA Husky Energy Canada PEMEX Mexico ZETA GAS LPG Peru ATLANTIC LNG Trinidad AL FANAR PETROLEUM Egypt Chevron/Enerpro Petro-Canada CONOCO-PHILLIPS Shell Apache BP-AMOCO CHEVRON-TEXACO EXXON-MOBIL

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