A new technology to control H2O concentration at desiccant dryer outlets for optimum plant performance. DESICCANT DRYERS Molecular Sieves, Activated Alumina and Silica Gel desiccants are the most common drying techniques for Natural Gas Processing plants. Typically, two desiccant vessels are operated in series, using a piping system that allows either bed to be the first bed in line, and allows either to be removed from the process for regeneration. As the first bed in the line is exhausted, it is put into the regeneration circuit where hot, dry gas drives the absorbed moisture out. The freshly regenerated bed becomes… Read more.
Now, membrane replacement is quick and easy with the new Complete Membrane Assembly. 1) Remove Old Membrane Assembly • Use a 3/16” allen wrench to remove bottom screw from the probe. • Keep the Teflon® gasket and rubber gasket on the screw. DO NOT discard the screw. • Pull membrane assembly from the bottom of the probe and discard. • DO NOT unscrew probe support (for GP & GPiL models) or cartridge (for GPR & GPRiL models). 2) Prepare the New Membrane Assembly* • Remove the new membrane assembly from its packaging. • Unscrew and discard the plastic wing nut,… Read more.
Direct Drive Probe Liquid carry over from the pipeline into the sample system should be prevented when sampling natural gas as it can directly impact the accuracy of the analysis and damage the analyzer. Industry standards state that equipment used to remove liquid from the sample must be operated at flowing temperature and pressure conditions. Genie® Probes™ provide a means to insert Genie ® Membrane Technology ™ directly into a pipeline for the purpose of separating unwanted liquid and particulate from the gas sample at flowing temperature and pressure conditions, in compliance with industry standards. The Model 755™ Is an… Read more.