Case study of a client project
Cataract Steel was engaged to deliver a natural gas heating solution to help deliver gas through transmission lines.
The solution was a heater that utilize the natural gas being transmitted through the lines to feed an internal combustion engine. A portion of the gas in the customer’s 1,200 psig transmission line is branched off and heated to 128 degrees Fahrenheit. The pressure of the heated gas is then reduced to 150 psig, with that fuel being used to run a natural gas engine that drives a gas compressor that forces the product farther down the transmission line.
TEMA BEM-style Natural Gas Heater
- Heating 9,000 lbs/hr of natural gas at 1,200 PSI from 80°F to 130°F, using 50% EG and water at 180°F.
- Built in accordance with API 660, ASME and TEMA
- Seamless Tubes
- Weld Neck Flanges
- Double-grooved, roller-expanded and seal-welded tube to tubesheet joints per ASME UW20.2 (c)