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ammonia refrigeration process equipment

  • Ammonia Absorption Refrigeration

    Ammonia absorption refrigeration is time-tested technology that has come of age. Waste heat recovery can be combined with absorption chilling to reduce or eliminate the electric power bill of mechanical refrigeration. For instance, if a company has a power-generating gas turbine, the high temperature exhaust heat can be converted to refrigeration ...

    By Sep-Pro Systems, Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Economat / Reheat Systems

    The traditional methods of drying compressed air can be expensive to operate and maintain. A typical arrangement includes an aftercooler and a refrigerated dryer. In this arrangement up to twenty percent of the total compressed air energy can be lost when the air is cooled to condense and remove moisture in the stream. As a result, many plants are ...

    By R.P. Adams based in Tonawanda, NEW YORK (USA). from Heat Transfer Product line

  • LPG Plants

    Natural gas processing equipment encompasses numerous unique processes. Natural gas liquids recovery (NGL) involves refrigerated gas plants, turboexpanders, debutanizers, depropanizers, and JT plants. The reason for an LPG plant could be hydrocarbon dew point control, natural gas liquids recovery, LPG production, propane recovery and butane ...

    By Sep-Pro Systems, Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Natural Gas Liquids Recovery System

    Natural gas liquids recovery allows the processor to separate and purify heavier hydrocarbons from natural gas. Heavier hydrocarbons are more likely to condense into liquids under pressure in a pipeline, slowing the flow and increasing the wear on the piping. Extracted hydrocarbons, such as propane, butane, and naphtha, can be sold more profitably ...

    By Sep-Pro Systems, Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Waste Heat Refrigeration

    There are hundreds of applications where available waste energy could be used to generate refrigeration. A few of these applications would be in the food processing industry where exhaust heat from a power generating turbine could be used to drive an ammonia-water absorption refrigeration cycle to produce low temperature refrigeration. Bio-gas ...

    By Sep-Pro Systems, Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

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