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Pro Services

For refineries, oil and gas, petrochemical and chemical plants.

 
 
  • Emergencies
  • Process Optimization

 

 
 
  • Increased Capacity
  • Tunarounds & Cleanups

 

 

For more than 70 years Pall Corporation has been solving complex contamination problems across the refining, oil and gas, petrochemical, and chemical industries. By applying our advanced filtration and separation technologies directly to the problem, we’re able to help operators reduce maintenance costs and minimize unscheduled shutdowns.

 

Our High Flow filtration platforms are proven to efficiently and reliably remove contaminants from a wide range of process and product streams. Our liquid/liquid coalescers are efficient at removing water from final products including gasoline, diesel, jet, and LPG and separating water from refinery intermediates. Together these technologies help prevent fouling and minimize downtime while improving final product quality.

 

Learn more about Pall’s PRO Services Rental fleet – our no compromise filtration and liquid/liquid coalescing skids that can be installed immediately for emergency upsets or used to reach longer-term product quality improvements. 

refinery pro services skid rentals

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North American Rental Filter/Coalescer Fleet

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Pall’s North American Rental fleet consists of four distinct skid types. Typical applications include:

 

  • Protection of hydrotreater or hydrocracker bed and heat exchanger
  • Removal of particles and water from refinery fuels, including steam stripped diesel
  • Filtration and coalescing of rich or lean amine
  • Removal of particles and hydrocarbon from sour water
  • Removal of caustic from hydrocarbon
  • Removal of water/brine from hydrocarbon condensate

 

Click the pdfs below for detailed information relating to each skid. 

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European / Middle East Rental Filter/Coalescer Fleet

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Pall’s EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) Rental fleet consists of two distinct skid types. Typical particle removal applications include:

 

  • Feed stocks to protect catalytic reactor beds
  • LPG, gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel final products
  • Many other contaminated products that can be
    found in a variety of storage tanks in a plant
  • Amine (rich and lean)
  • Aromatic extraction solvents
  • Dehydration solvents
  • Sour water
  • Make-up water
  • Pre-filtration for liquid/liquid separations

 

Click the pdfs below for detailed information relating to each skid. 

Interested in learning more about our European/Middle Eastern/African Fleet? Fill out the form below and one of our associates will contact you.

Applications

Oil and gas refining process rely on the purity of feed streams for efficient process reactions. Removal of fluid and particulate contaminants from feed streams and fluid re circulation processes is essential for improving refining efficiency.
Oil and gas refining process rely on the purity of feed streams for efficient process reactions. Removal of fluid and particulate contaminants from feed streams and fluid re circulation processes is essential for improving refining efficiency.
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  • Hazy Product

    Final refinery products are usually filtered and coalesced to remove solid contaminants and suspended water prior to leaving the refinery premises for final delivery. Contaminants, such as rust and pipe scale can foul and erode distribution equipment (e.g. pumps, nozzles, flow meters) as well as end users’ equipment (e.g. engines, boilers). Water in fuels can also cause corrosion leading to major problems within the engine injection system or the engine itself.

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  • Hydroprocessing – Catalyst Bed or Exchanger Fouling

    Hydrotreating is a catalytic chemical process to remove Sulfur (S), Nitrogen (N), Oxygen (O), and metals from straight run and cracked products. This “clean-up” also saturates olefins to yield easier-to-process intermediates. Removing the S reduces SOx emissions when fuels are combusted. Sulfur also poisons downstream reformer catalysts and must be removed from the feeds to improve catalyst bed activity and prevent costly shutdowns.

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  • Acid Gas Removal – Amine Foaming

    Acid gas removal processes utilize amines or specialty solvents to remove acid gases such as H2S and/or CO2 from Refinery Fuel Gas (RFG) in order to meet the gas quality specifications. The sour gas is contacted with lean amine in the contactor tower. An acid-base reaction occurs, binding the acid gases to the amine with a weak bond. The rich amine then flows to a regenerator, where heat breaks the weak bond between the amine and the acid gas, releasing the acid gas and regenerating the amine for re-use. The acid gases exit the top of the regenerator for further treatment while the lean amine is recirculated back to the contactor in a recirculating loop. Acid gases must be properly treated to achieve oil production quotas and avoid operation bottlenecks.

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  • Caustic Carryover/High Sodium

    Caustic treating is used to upgrade a wide range of liquid fractions from LPG to diesel fuels and heating oils. As the caustic solution (and often a catalyst) mixes with the hydrocarbon feed it either extracts or sweetens mercaptans, depending on the process used. However, the combination of the hydrocarbon and mercaptan-rich caustic also forms a very stable emulsion that is difficult to separate, causing significant quantities of caustic carryover in the product. If the caustic emulsion is not separated from the hydrocarbon stream the results is off-spec product.

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For emergencies, process optimizations, turnarounds and cleanups in refineries, oil and gas, petrochemical and chemical plants.

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