Fuel Gas Treatment Systems
If produced gas is left untreated before entering the combustion chamber of gas driven generators, it can result in major damage.Even small amounts of liquids and/or solids or over-pressurized gas entering the combustion chamber will have detrimental effects. Fuel gas treatment systems are designed to protect gas-fueled engines and turbines from over-pressure, liquids, solids and aerosols. Furthermore, heating the gas properly above the dew point of the water and hydrocarbon prevents liquid condensation in the combustion chambers.
Fuel Gas Treatment systems are also used in order to recover natural gas that would have otherwise been vented to the atmosphere or burned. A typical Fuel Gas Treatment package includes a Knock out drum for water and particles removal, a vane gas Compressor, an air cooler and a final filter providing the condensation of water from the compressed gas.