Cooling Systems

Protect engines from glycol leakage that leads to sludge deposits, oil-flow restriction, cold engine seizures, additive precipitation, formation of corrosive acids, and oil balls.

ENI Glycol Gas De-hydration Improvement

Contamination entering a 3000-7000 L glycol reservoir from a 32 km pipeline had high levels of contamination as a result of pipeline corrosion. The contamination would degrade new glycol, and reduce it’s ability to cool and remove moisture from gas. Corrosion of the carbon steel piping would cause contamination build-up during transmission and storage. The glycol system was unmanned and required a low maintenance filtration solution with minimal change-outs. During the dehydration phase, if the temperature of the glycol is volatile (this occurs when high levels of iron are present) the likelihood of vaporization loss is increased, resulting in lost production.

Burlington Resources Glycol Pump Protection

The challenge was to reduce ferrous particles in the system, as they led to pump failure, and conventional filters were not effectively removing the contamination. Maintenance Manager for Burlington Resources wanted to prevent pump failures and reduce contamination down to 4 microns and below. 

OEI magnetic filters are designed for 95+% efficiency: they are optimized for fluid viscosity, flow volume, flow rate, temperature, mobility, and mounting requirements.

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