• TEG Regeneration and Dehydration

    We design and supply gas dehydration systems using triethylene glycol (TEG) to absorb water from gas.

    High-energy recovery and low-glycol loss is achieved by our dehydration packages and modules, which are compact, low weight, and small footprint. Raw natural gas or wet gas can have varying degrees of water content, aerosols, and droplet sizes, so our TEG gas dehydration system reduces the water dew point and removes solids from the gas. This prevents hydrate formation, condensation, or corrosion in the downstream processes.


    Description

    The Super Purifier

    Our custom-made Super Purifiers are compact, easy to fabricate, and extremely low-maintenance. Our innovative, patented design offers less energy consumption, less thermal degradation, and higher TEG purity. A forced-draft reboiler system is used, rather than the classic stagnant bath, and the unit’s footprint and weight are reduced by up to 30 and 40 percent, respectively. This also produces savings on glycol inventory and chemicals injected.

    Molecular sieves

    Design and engineering of the molecular sieve desiccants for gas dehydration are based on our extensive experience in this technology. Our close relationship with suppliers allows us to offer predictable and high-quality execution. Our molecular sieve units are designed for water dew-point performance as low as 0.1 ppmv with optimized lifetime and configuration. Regenerative and non-regenerative adsorbents can also be proposed for the removal of acid components such as H2S, CO2, and Mercaptan as well as the removal of mercury. We offer these processes for engineering-only or complete EPC contracts, customized to each customer's specific needs, and modularized to reduce installation costs whenever it is possible.