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The Benefits of a High-Quality Amine Filtration System
- Reduces filter disposal costs
- Lessens amine solvent losses
- Reduces waste and environmental contamination
- Provides the lowest cost for each pound of contaminant removed
Without amine filtration, the CO2 in your gas will create corrosive carbonic acid when combined with water. The CO2 in your gas also reduces the BTU value, and if it is present in concentrations above 2% or 3%, it will make your gas unusable. This results in massive losses in profits. Additionally, H2S gas is incredibly toxic and will lead to costly corrosion to your equipment.
Depending on your Specific Treatment Problem, You Should Choose the Amine Filtration Option that Works Best
- MEA (Monoethanolamine) is utilized in low-pressure natural gas treatment applications requiring stringent outlet gas specifications.
- MDEA (Methyldiethanolamine) has a higher affinity for H2S than CO2, which allows some CO2 "slip" while retaining H2S removal capabilities.
- DEA (Diethanolamine) is used in medium- to high-pressure treating and does not require reclaiming as do MEA and DGA systems.
- Formulated (specialty) solvents are varieties of blended or specialty solvents that are available on the market.
At Champion Process, Inc., we are experts in the field of gas processing and amine filtration when it comes to improving production, reducing waste, and increasing profits.