Gain Control of Gas Temperature and Volume to Improve Production and Lower Operating Costs
If gas temperature, volume and/or humidity aren't precisely controlled, excess emissions typically result. Other problems usually occur as well – downtime caused by ESP overload, reduced efficiency or damage to downstream equipment, wetting and sludge build-up and increased energy costs. The best way to avoid these problems and meet compliance regulations is to partner with a supplier that is an expert in gas cooling, has the resources to simulate your operating conditions to determine the best product solution, a broad product range and a proven track record. We're that supplier.
Typical Product Solutions
- AutoJet® Gas Conditioning System: this compact system provides automatic monitoring and adjustment of air and liquid flow based on temperature sensors for precise cooling even with variable operating conditions and can be used with gas atomizing or hydraulic nozzles
- FloMax® air atomizing nozzles: these nozzles are widely used for gas cooling because they produce smaller drops using less air than competitive nozzles. Operating costs are reduced, evaporation time is shorter, wetting is eliminated and more
- SteamMax™ nozzles: these new high-efficiency steam nozzles optimize gas cooling operations and provide a cost-effective solution for plant with available steam. Unlike air atomizing nozzles that require compressed air, patent-pending SteamMax nozzles use steam to atomize fluid and slurries. The unique design of the nozzle ensures tight drop size control and precise, efficient gas cooling.
- Injectors and lances: choose from standard FloMax nozzle lances or built-to-order injectors
- Modeling using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD): the complexity of many gas cooling operations often requires the use of CFD. Flow patterns, velocity, temperature, droplet trajectories, gas/liquid distribution and more are modeled to ensure optimal nozzle/lance performance