Petroleum / Refining
Petroleum refineries are very large industrial complexes that involve many different processing units and auxiliary facilities such as utility units and storage tanks. Each refinery has its own unique arrangement and combination of refining processes largely determined by the refinery location, desired products and economic considerations.
Bulk Gas Storage
Typical Bulk Gas Storage Systems. Bulk quantities of high-pressure gases and gas mixtures are shipped in tube trailers and stored on your site. The storage systems typically consist of a number of high-pressure steel pressure vessels that are manifolded together.
VIP Engineer to order piping (also referred to as Super Insulated Vacuum Line or SIVL) accommodates pressures up to 150 psi and is suitable for liquid nitrogen applications including nitrogen dosing to increase bottle rigidity and increase shelf life for the food and beverage industry.
A purge stream are usually referred to as an outlet on a Chemical plant enable the accumulating gasses that are useless to the process to be removed. Usually inert gasses are removed with this outlet. In many other cases, the gasses are burned so it may be more environmental friendly and safe.
Gas Pipe Lines
Pipelines and the products they carry help provide economic growth for communities across the country. Not only are people employed to maintain current and existing pipelines, direct and spin-off jobs are created when new pipelines are built or need servicing. There is also a myriad of ancillary and supply chain jobs that are created through production and end-use demand that helps our country sustain a steady energy supply.
A manifold is a fluid or gas distribution system or device that serves to bring many junctions into one place or a single channel into an area where many points meet.
It is a natural phenomenon that heat flows in the direction of decreasing temperature,i.e., from high temperature to low temperature regions.
Vacuum engineering uses techniques and equipment that vary greatly depending on the level of vacuum used. Pressure slightly reduced from atmospheric pressure may be used to control airflow in ventilation systems, or in material ha