TransTech is a leading provider of gas scrubbers to the upstream oil and gas industries. Backed by decades of experience, our expertly engineered and precision fabricated gas scrubbers deliver effective yet economical removal of liquid particles from the gas stream, when its removal is an imperative ahead of further processing.
While available in two- and three-phase configurations, gas scrubbers are not intended to replace production separators (See details about our standard production two-and three-phase separators here.), although a gas scrubber may be used as an alternative to a standard separator for wells that produce unusually light oils or condensates.
Generally, our gas scrubbers are designed to handle applications where the gas stream has a high gas-to-liquid ratio as often exists following initial processing via standard production separator. And while the ‘scrubbing’ process does replicate the operation of a typical two- or three-phase separator in most respects, with a high-efficiency vane-type mist extractor our gas scrubbers are particularly effective at removing small particle trace liquids from the gas stream.
Our three-phase gas scrubber options provide the additional capability of removing solids in addition to liquids from the gas stream, ameliorating fine particles such as iron sulfide and other impurities which, if not addressed, can wreak havoc on pipelines and equipment over time.
We offer custom gas scrubbers in both horizontal and vertical orientation, constructed to your exact specifications. Let our experienced team of fabrication experts provide end-to-end delivery of your gas scrubber including engineering, design, fabrication and test, delivery and installation—within the shortest possible lead times—for seamless project execution and fast start-up.
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All finished gas scrubbers are tested and ASME certified, National Board code stamped and registered.
Call us today to speak with one of our gas scrubber fabrication experts:: 1-254-840-3355
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