The formation of hydrates in gas pipelines has had a significant impact on industry profits for decades, causing damage of system equipment and unplanned production shutdowns. The addition of Triethylene Glycol (TEG) to natural gas systems is the most common method of removing water from lines and equipment.
Emission compliance and reliability of the glycol system equipment, especially the glycol pump, is essential. Our electric/engine-driven TEG pump product line has been field-proven in the most rigorous dehydration conditions, a reliability you would expect from Cat Pumps. All pumps can be electric/engine-driven to help with HAP’s compliance and lowering of regulatory costs.
• Continuous-duty performance where low life-cycle costs are a must
• Field-proven performance from 2.3 to 36 gpm (8.7 to 136 lpm) at pressures from 100 to 2500 psi (6.9 to 172 bar) at temperatures up to 240°F (115°C)
• Brass or stainless manifold construction for compatibility
• Other model performances available upon request
Electric-Engine vs. Gas-Pilot Driven Pumps
• One third or more reduction in methane emissions
• Payback to refit existing systems with electric/engine driven pumps is less than one year
• No piston O-ring to wear improves operating efficiency
• Lower maintenance costs and longer seal life
• Reduction of Hazardous air pollutants lowers regulatory compliance costs
Cat Pumps, 1681 94th Lane N.E., Minneapolis, MN 55449-4324
Phone: (763) 780-5440 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org