Glycol Dehydration Units – TEG Regenerators

glycol-dehydration-units-TEG-regeneratorsWater vapor must be removed from natural gas to prevent pipeline corrosion and mechanical damage to downstream equipment. The most common method for this procedure involves use of TriEthylene Glycol (TEG) in a continuous process, performed by glycol dehydration units, in which the water vapor is absorbed from the gas under conditions of high pressure and moderate temperature. Regenerator conditions of low pressure and high temperature cause the water to be released from the TEG and the cooled TEG is returned to the TEG absorber for removal of additional water vapor.

 

Agile Process Solutions typically provides a TEG regenerator unit with gas train in conjunction with amine treatment facilities. Standalone large TEG systems (1.0 MMBTU/HR and up) can also be provided.

 

Agile Process Solutions has all of your natural gas processing and treatment needs covered… whether you are an independent oil and gas producer, a midstream operator or major in need of a supplier, or a private interest. Agile manufactures, sells, leases and even contract operates the plants and units that remove water, CO2, H2S, and separate (fractionate) liquid and vapor products to meet pipeline specifications.

 

Agile utilizes only brand new product in its plants, but is also capable of providing low cost refurbishments from its stock yard inventory, all ASME code compliant and x-rayed for integrity. Many of our new plants are also available in stock and can be modified and delivered upon the client’s request and specifications. Plants can be ready for delivery in less than 6-8 weeks if necessary, with a 10 to 12 week standard delivery. Agile offers startup assistance, ongoing technical support and time to delivery that are unbeatable.

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