Glycol Dehydration Systems

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  • Fees : 2900 $
  • Date 22 Dec 2019
  • Location Dubai, English

GLYCOL DEHYDRATION SYSTEMS

Overview:

 

This course covers all aspects of triethylene glycol dehydration. Each individual

component of the glycol system is studied in detail. The course also covers the

operating principles and limits of each component and includes hands-on practice

using a working glycol unit. A color-coded cut-a-way unit is used to familiarize the

student with the construction and flow pattern of a typical system.

 

Designed For:

 

This course is recommended for Production/Plant Operators and Relief

Production/Plant Operators.

Objectives:

 

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:

• Identify the vessels and components of the glycol dehydration unit.

• Trace lean and rich glycol flow.

• Troubleshoot a glycol system and make adjustments as necessary.

• Know the correct operating parameters.

• Calculate correct pump speed and glycol circulation rate needed for a particular

situation.

• Take and interpret samples and make visual inspection of the unit.

• Make use of water vapor content graphs.

 

Outline:

 

GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND DEFINITIONS

 

GLYCOL FLOW PATTERN AND SYSTEM CUT-A-WAY WALK-THROUGH

 

COMPONENTS AND OPERATING RANGES

 

• Inlet Scrubber/Filter Separator

• Contactor (Absorber)

• Bubble Tray/Structured Packing • Gas, Condensate, Glycol Separator

• Reconcentrator (Reboiler) and Sparge Gas System

• Fuel System

• The Furnace/Steam System

• Strainers, Filters, And Meters

• Back-Pressure Controller and Pumps – Kimray/Electric

 

START-UP AND OPERATION

 

• Hands-On Exercises Using A Working Unit.

 

TROUBLESHOOTING – CLASSROOM AND HANDS ON

SYSTEM CALCULATIONS

 

• Kimray Pump Stroke Calculations

• Water Vapor Content of Gas

• Glycol Circulation Rates

• Absorber Gas Capacities (Contactor)

 

GLYCOL SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS

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