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  • GYCOL PUMPS Carlos Sandoval

    csandoval@kimray.com

  • Energy Exchange Glycol Pumps

  • Energy Exchange Glycol Pump

  • Energy Exchange Pump Dehy Skid

  • Energy Exchange Glycol Pump

    Wet Glycol from Absorber (High Pressure) Wet Glycol to Reboiler (Low Pressure) Dry Glycol from Reboiler (Low Pressure) Dry Glycol to Absorber (High Pressure)

  • F1= P1A1 F1= P20.8 A1

    A1

    A2

    F1

    P1A1 = P20.8 A1

    P2 = 1.25 P1

    P1

    P2

    P1 P2

    The shaft area is 20% the piston area.

    Dry Glycol Discharge Pressure is 25% greater than absorber pressure.

    About 25 to 30 psig is.needed.to

    overcome the pump friction plus any other pressure drops along the dry glycol discharge pressure line.

    Discharge Pressure

  • Features No auxiliary power required

    Eliminates need for level control

    and dump valve at absorber

    Low gas consumption

    Completely sealed system prevents glycol loss

    Only two moving assemblies

    Hydraulic cushioned check valves with removable seats of hardened stainless steel

    Circulation Rates: SC Series 8 - 200 gph PV Series 3 - 450 gph

  • Pump Sizing using Kimsize

    Flow Given in GPH

  • Pump Sizing

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    Configuration of Glycol pump is a trademark of Kimray, Inc.G:10.8Issued 1/13

    Current Revision:Change Logo

    GLYCOL PUMPS

    PV & SC SERIESCHARTS & DIMENSIONS

    CIRCULATION RATE GRAPH

    * It is not recommended to attempt to run pumps at speeds less or greater than those indicated in the above graph.

    DIMENSIONS

    Model Number

    Model

    Number

    Max. Cap Size of Pipe

    Connections

    Mounting

    Bolts

    Approx.

    Weight

    Max. Strokes

    Minute

    Glycol Output

    Strokes/Gal.

    Glycol Output

    Gal./StrokesG.P.M. G.P.H.

    1715 PV .67 40 1/2" N.P.T. 3/8" Dia. 66 Lbs. 40 59 0.017

    4020 PV .67 40 1/2" N.P.T. 3/8" Dia. 66 Lbs. 40 59 0.017

    9020 PV 1.5 90 3/4" N.P.T. 1/2" Dia. 119 Lbs. 40 26.3 0.038

  • Selecting Your Pump Model

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    Configuration of Glycol pump is a trademark of Kimray, Inc.G:10.6Issued 1/13

    Current Revision:Change Logo

    GLYCOL PUMPS

    PV & SC SERIES

    GAA 315 PV 3 13 100 1500 GAD 1720 PV 8 40 300 2000 GAB 4020 PV 12 40 300 2000 GAF 9020 PV 27 90 300 2000 GAH 21020 PV 66 210 400 2000 GAJ 45020 PV 166 450 400 2000

    APPLICATIONS: Circulating pump for gas glycol dehydrators Circulating pump for gas amine desulphurizers

    FEATURES: Eliminates absorber liquid level controls No auxiliary power supply required Low gas consumption Completely sealed system prevents loss glycol No springs or toggles, only two moving assemblies Hydraulic cushioned check valves with removable seats of hardened stainless steel

    OPERATION: Materials for the vital working parts have been selected for greatest wear resistance. These materials include stainless steel, hard chrome plating, satellite, nylon and teflon. Moving O Ring seals are compounded specifically for ethylene glycol service. A complete operational check is given each pump after assembly. O Ring sealed check valve darts are standard in all except the model 315 PV. Teflon sealed darts are available. Capsule type ball checks are used in the 315 PV and are available for 1720 PV, 2015 SC and 4020 PV.*These pumps are designed for operating pressures between 100 and 500 psig maximum design pressure for all models is 1500 psig.

    **Maximum output is affected by system pressure drops. See system operation parameter for maximum output curves.

    :

    MAXIMUM DESIGN PRESSURE FOR P.V. MODELS IS 2000 psig AND S.C. MODELS IS 1500 psig

    CatalogNumber

    ModelNumber

    CapacityGal. / Hr.

    WorkingPressure

    Min. Max.** Min. Max. GAC 2015 SC* 8 20 100 500 GAG 5015 SC* 12 50 100 500 GAI 10015 SC* 22 100 100 500 GAK 20015 SC* 60 200 100 500

    NOTE: To order a Pump with Viton O Rings add 1 to Catalog number. Example: To order GAA with Viton O Rings, specify: GAA1.

    CatalogNumber

    ModelNumber

    CapacityGal. / Hr.

    WorkingPressure

    Min. Max.** Min. Max.

    SC SERIES GLYCOL PUMPSPV SERIES GLYCOL PUMPS

  • Gas Consumption

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    Configuration of Glycol pump is a trademark of Kimray, Inc.G:10.8Issued 1/13

    Current Revision:Change Logo

    GLYCOL PUMPS

    PV & SC SERIESCHARTS & DIMENSIONS

    GAS CONSUMPTIONOperating Pressure --p.s.i.g. 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500Cut. Ft./Gallon @ 14.4 & 60F. 1.7 2.3 2.8 3.4 3.9 4.5 5.0 5.6 6.1 6.7 7.2 7.9 8.3

    CIRCULATION RATE GRAPH

    * It is not recommended to attempt to run pumps at speeds less or greater than those indicated in the above graph.

    DIMENSIONS

    Model Number

    PV Series SC Series

    Dimensions, Inches

    A B C D E F G H J K L M N P1720 PV 5 1/4 5 11/16 5 3/4 3 7/16 1 1/2 3 1/2 7 1/4 10 7/8 10 3/16 9 5/8 15 2 1/8 1 3/4 3

    4020 PV & 2015 SC 5 1/4 5 11/16 5 3/4 3 7/16 1 1/2 3 1/2 7 1/4 10 7/8 10 3/16 9 5/8 15 2 1/8 1 3/4 3

    9020 PV & 5015 SC 6 1/4 8 1/41/8 6 3/8 5 1 3/4 4 1/4 8 3/4 13 1/4 13 7/8 11 3/4 20 2 1/2 2 3

    21020 PV & 10015 SC 7 5/8 10 1/81/8 7 5 3/8 2 1/4 5 3/4 9 1/4 14 3/4 16 5/8 13 24 3 3/16 2 1/2 4

    45020 PV & 20015 SC 10 3/4 14 1/8 9 6 5/8 2 5/8 6 1/2 11 3/8 19 21 1/8 16 3/8 34 3 3/4 3 1/2 6

    Model

    Number

    Max. Cap Size of Pipe

    Connections

    Mounting

    Bolts

    Approx.

    Weight

    Max. Strokes

    Minute

    Glycol Output

    Strokes/Gal.

    Glycol Output

    Gal./StrokesG.P.M. G.P.H.

    1715 PV .67 40 1/2" N.P.T. 3/8" Dia. 66 Lbs. 40 59 0.017

    4020 PV .67 40 1/2" N.P.T. 3/8" Dia. 66 Lbs. 40 59 0.017

    9020 PV 1.5 90 3/4" N.P.T. 1/2" Dia. 119 Lbs. 40 26.3 0.038

    21020 PV 3.5 210 1" N.P.T. 1/2" Dia. 215 Lbs. 32 9 0.111

    45020 PV 7.5 450 1 1/2" N.P.T. 1/2" Dia. 500 Lbs. 28 3.5 0.283

    2015 SC .33 20 1/2" N.P.T. 3/8" Dia. 66 Lbs. 55 147 0.0068

    5015 SC .83 50 3/4" N.P.T. 1/2" Dia. 119 Lbs. 50 52 0.019

    10015 SC 1.67 100 1" N.P.T. 1/2" Dia. 215 Lbs. 48 25 0.040

    20015SC 3.33 200 1 1/2" N.P.T. 1/2" Dia. 500 Lbs. 40 8.8 0.114

    Dehydration Pressures

  • Stall Graph

  • Advantages: Long life / high cycles Elimintates the use of a Liquid Level

    Controller Does not requiere external source

    of power. Low Linear velocity in Piston O-

    Rings Completely sealed system prevents

    glycol loss. Does not leak when failing Only two moving parts

    Disadvantages: Gas Emissions to atmosphere High Operating Cost due to emissions Pulsation Elastomers have to be compatible with

    process fluid Check Valves wear Can mix dry glycol with wet glycol if piston

    seal fails

  • Approximately 36,000 glycol dehydrators in the natural gas production sector are used to remove water from the gas.

    Most glycol dehydration systems use triethylene glycol (TEG)

    Gas-assisted pumps are the most common circulation pumps in remote areas that do not have an electrical power supply

    Typical methane emissions are about 1,000 cubic feet (Mcf) for each million cubic feet(MMcf) of gas treated.

    Replacing gas-assisted pumps with electric pumps increases system efficiency and significantly reduces emissions. For example, a 10 MMcf per day dehydrator could save up to 3,000 Mcf of gas a year, worth $21,000.

    Replacing Energy Exchange Pumps for Electric

    Source: EPA

  • Source: EPA

  • Economics

    Source: EPA

  • Electric Glycol Pump Diagram

  • Kimray 50015 EV Pump

    Flow to 8.3 gpm at 1,200 RPM Rated to 1500 Psig 316 SST manifold 17-4 SST valves and seats FKM (Viton) and Aflas

    diaphragms

    Features

    Electric Motor Power (HP) = Glycol Flow Rate (gpm) * Absorber Pressure (psig) / 1460

  • Kimray 50015 EV Pump

  • Input Shaft

    Inlet Port

    Discharge Port

  • Main Components

    Connecting Rod

    Inlet Check Valve

    Discharge Check Valve

    Plunger

    Connecting Rod

    Diaphragm

  • Electric Glycol Pump

    Advantages No emissions to atmosphere No fluid pulsations allows installation of a liquid Flow Meter Compact and light Quiet Crankshaft, plunger and cylinders are isolated from the process fluid. Does not leak to the environment when failing. Can pump in dry without damage Can pump corrosive and abrasive fluids.

    Disadvanteges Check valves wear Diaphragm needs to be compatible to

    the fluid Use of electricity A safety valve for discharge is needed

  • Going from Energy Exchange to Electric in Mexico

  • Going from Energy Exchange to Electric in Mexico

  • Kimray Instrumentation

  • Kimray Electric Instrumentation

    Electrohydraulic Actuator

    Electric Level Controller

    Electric Glycol Pump

  • Kimray Instrumentation in a Dehy Unit Scrubber Absorber Reboiler Flash Tank BTEX After Scrubber Brand

    PSV X X X

    TSH X Kimray

    TI X X X X

    TIC X Kimray

    TCV X Kimray

    TSH X Kimray

    BSL X Kimray

    PI X X X

    PCV X X X Kimray

    SDV X

    LCV X X X X Kimray

    LC X X X X Kimray

    LSLL X Kimray

    LSHH X X Kimray

  • Take Away How an Energy Exchange pump works Sizing an Energy Exchange Pump Different Dehy configurations for Energy Exchange Pump and

    Electric Pump. Energy Exchange Glycol Pumps have gas consumption and

    envir

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