Flare Gas Recovery Technology
Refineries and chemical plants having stringent environmental legislationsurrounding their operation will benefit the most from using the Systems
•Basic operating principle is a momentum transfer from high-velocity and high-dispersed liquid flow to gas or vapor, formation of supersonic two phase flow, subsequent braking of the flow and thus converting kinetic energy of liquid into potential energy of compressed gas.
•Formation of the supersonic two-phase flow results in two significantphysical consequences: •First, the supersonic zone insulates the mixing zone from high pressure zone located downstream, and by that there is a key opportunity of getting low pressure zones, which can be utilized for gas suction. •Second, the supersonic liquid-gas flow at low static pressure has high impact pressure therefore effective braking of this flow and utilizing its kinetic energy for static pressure buildup make it possible to design devices with very high compression ratios.
•We strive to offer the best long term value of ownership and help to conserve the environment while improving the bottom line. • •Currently represent the breakthrough in gas pumping technologies while offering additional process benefits. Their proprietary design ensures efficiencies consistent with today's demanding requirements. Due to the high compression ratio capability, the modern liquid jet ejector - simplifies most vacuum and compression systems and reduces total cost of ownership.
•COMPRESSION APPLICATIONS •
Flare Gas Recovery
Tail Gas Compressors
•Advantages of Mechanical Devices : •No moving parts, •No metal-to-metal contact points, •No anti-surge protection, •No critical speed concerns, •No vibration related shutdowns, •No seal leaks - No lube oil skid, •No pulsation - Continuous flow, •No Process contamination - Oil Free Operation, •No problems with nasty gases.
•Advantages over Steam Ejectors and LRVP:
•Unmatched reliability – long term trouble-free continuous operation,
•Higher efficiency in comparison with liquid-ring vacuum pumps and steam ejectors at low suction pressures,•Unaffected by problems related to steam ejectors, e.g. variations in motive steam quality, pressure & temperature,•No steam consumption, •Reduced cooling water requirement, •Reduced fouling, •High corrosion resistance, •Low maintenance costs, •Easy start-up and shutdown, •Do not produce any waste substances such as H2S that need to be treated or disposed, •Lower total cost of ownership