Reverse Flow Gas Coalescer

The Reverse Flow Gas Coalescer is used to remove liquid contaminants and particles greater than 0.3 microns from the natural gas stream.

Key Benefits

  • Expedited production drawings available as early as 4-5 business days for faster planning
  • Single well or multi well designs available along with full pad well designs
  • Robust skid design and commitment to service help bring operations online quickly
  • Cost-effective maintenance
  • Installation and commissioning of the units to facilitate and speed startup
  • Industry-leading delivery to speed startup

How it Works

The natural gas stream first passes through coalescing elements in an inside to outside flow pattern that captures solid particles and causes liquids to form into larger droplets. The resulting stream is typically free of particles down to 0.3 microns. Captured droplets collect in the bottom section of the vessel and the fluid is eventually discharged to liquid storage by an automatic level control valve.

Standard Features & Options

Standard Features

  • Pressure relief valve
  • Sight glass/level gauge with gauge cocks
  • Liquid level controller and level control valve
  • Pressure indicator
  • Full diameter closure
  • Instrument gas supply
  • Differential pressure indicator assembly

Options

  • Sentry closure
  • Skid mounted
  • Concrete blocks
  • Full installation
  • Sour gas service designed and built to NACE standards