Particle-Gas Separator

Removal of solid contaminants and free liquids present in the gas is critical to the downstream process. The high performance separation system is designed and manufactured to separate particulate contaminants from natural gas and vapor streams. Preventing fouling and corrosion in dry gas streams, coal seam gas and fuel gas, where it is critical to protect pipelines, valves and other gas processing equipment.
Our offered technologies will help with a clean, natural gas, reducing upsets and associated downtime and increase productivity, lowering capital costs with fewer change-outs.

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Particle-Liquid Separator

The superior separator vessel used for particle/liquid filtration or separation. Compared to the conventional cartridge filters, the element technology inside of a separator, saves you money by lowering operating costs and reducing disposal costs. When comparing filters with the same efficiencies or Beta ratings, nothing outperforms the cost/performance value achieved with these filters.
The coreless filters are customized and supplied with a broad range of media types and micron ratings to match requirements of the application. The reusable cores have standard collapse ratings of 75 or 150 psi or more depending on the series and material of construction. Whether it is a new filtration application, or upgrading and optimizing a conventional cartridge filter application, Our offered solution fits the puzzle perfectly.

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Advanced Aerosol Separators

The liquid contaminant can enter the gas stream through any one of a variety of events including phase separation and condensation, compressor lube-oils from compression, chemical addition to pipelines (including corrosion inhibitors), and entrainment from overheads of contact towers resulting in aerosol distributions primarily in the nanometer range.

Our technologically is specifically designed to effectively separate these contaminants and is in service protecting high value installations and systems worldwide.
The aerosol separator successfully addresses the inherent deficiencies of the conventional gas-liquid separators, making it possible to effectively remove liquid aerosols from gas streams. The flow in separator is designed from inside-to-the-outside, reducing the gas velocity as the droplets are being removed. The media technology is specifically designed to provide the desired level of separation and has the capability of providing effective separation from nano-levels to that approximating a demister pad.

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Advanced Extractive Separators

Missing product specifications, upsetting of conditions, fouling of process equipment with contaminants are some of the major challenges You may tackle to extract soluble contaminants in midstream, downstream and petrochemical applications with technologies for liquid-liquid extraction. Trayed Columns & Packed Columns are conventional approaches to remove dissolved contaminants that utilize washing the hydrocarbon with water. But these come with numerous advantages including High solvent losses, Low operating window, Low stage efficiencies, Bigger equipment size, Higher solvent re-circulation rates, Higher capital cost, Poor separations of process and solvent streams.
Our offered solution is consistent of a single-stage, high-efficiency, structured contactor/separator. Saving end-users capital while increasing process reliability, greater operability and product quality.

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Advanced Emulsion Separators

Hydrocarbon systems frequently encounter aqueous contamination. The aqueous component typically exceeds the soluble limit, and accumulates within the hydrocarbon as a separate dispersed and emulsified phase. This stable emulsion is typically observed as a stable haze.
Our offered separator is specifically manufactured to help separate emulsions that are not separable by conventional coalescers. Conventional coalescers are unable to provide the required degree clarity due to the inability to capture and remove the most penetrating droplets that cause carry-over. The separator can separate these dispersed and emulsified droplets from the hydrocarbon to practically non-detectable levels. Advances in the technology now permit horizontal installations, further reducing capital cost.

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