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  • CONTACT US | Kavya Technitas

    CONTACT US Explore how Technitas can support your next endeavor! Phone Email ID : info@kavyauae.com Full Name Email Phone No Choose an option Upload File Upload supported file (Max 15MB) Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting!

  • MULTPORT VALVE SKID | Kavya Technitas

    Back MULTPORT VALVE SKID A multiport valve selector skid is a specialized equipment assembly used in industrial processes, particularly in the oil and gas industry. It is designed to facilitate the selection and routing of various fluid streams through different process lines or equipment. ​ The key component of a multiport valve selector skid is the multiport valve itself, which typically consists of a valve body with multiple inlet and outlet ports. These ports are connected to various process lines, vessels, or other equipment through piping or tubing. • End client: ADNOC • LOCATION – ABU DHABI, UAE • PRODUCTION CAPACITY: 20000 STBOPD At Technitas Pvt. Ltd. has over several years of experience in the design and detail engineering of a multiport valve selector skid, while each skid is unique , we notice that most Multiport Valve skids would typically comprise of the following components: ➣ Multiport valve: The central component of the skid is the multiport valve, which features a valve body with multiple inlet and outlet ports. This valve allows for the selection and routing of fluid streams through its various ports. ➣ Valve actuator: The multiport valve is equipped with an actuator mechanism, such as a pneumatic or electric actuator, that operates the valve to direct the fluid streams through the desired ports. ➣ Piping manifolds: The skid includes inlet and outlet piping manifolds that connect the multiport valve to various process lines, vessels, or equipment. These manifolds are typically arranged in a compact and organized manner to minimize the overall footprint of the skid. ➣ Instrumentation and controls: The skid incorporates various instrumentation, such as pressure gauges, temperature sensors, and flow meters, to monitor and control the fluid streams passing through the skid. Additionally, a control system, which can be a local panel or integrated into a larger control system, manages the operation of the multiport valve and actuator based on process requirements or operator inputs. ➣ Sampling connections: In some cases, the skid may include sampling connections or ports to enable the collection of fluid samples from various streams for analysis or testing purposes. ➣ Skid structure: The entire assembly is mounted on a skid or base, which facilitates transportation, installation, and relocation of the unit. The skid may also include access platforms, stairs, and lifting lugs for safe operation and maintenance. • End client: ADNOC • LOCATION – ABU DHABI, UAE • PRODUCTION CAPACITY: 55000 BOPD During the design and detail engineering stages, our team ensures that the multiport valve selector skid is fit for its intended operational purposes, which primarily are:- ➣ Stream selection and routing: The skid allows operators to select and route specific fluid streams to the desired process equipment or lines, enabling efficient process control and flexibility. ➣ Sampling and blending: The skid can be used to divert fluid samples from various process streams for analysis or testing purposes and, in some cases, to blend or combine multiple fluid streams in controlled proportions. ➣ Switching and maintenance: The multiport valve configuration provides the ability to switch between different process streams or equipment, enabling maintenance, cleaning, or process reconfiguration without disrupting the overall operation. These skids are commonly used in applications such as well testing, production separation, process sampling, and fluid routing in refineries, chemical plants, and other industrial facilities where efficient and controlled management of fluid streams is essential. The compact and modular design of the skid allows for easy installation, relocation, and integration into existing or new process systems.

  • Design And Detail Engineering Services

    Back Design And Detail Engineering Services Our objective is to provide seamless design and drafting solutions under one roof. In the past, we have completed projects for process technologists catering to small to medium-sized plants, modular process skids, and onshore/offshore units serving our clients all across the globe and helping them achieve their EPC / End-client design requirements. We provide computer-aided design analysis and 3D model and 2D drawing-drafting services for carrying out the design and detail engineering of all types of modular process skid packages including industrial plants and units. Our analysis is based on relevant design codes and standards using licensed software tools We create the 3D model of all components including Equipment, Pumps, Piping, Control Valves, Structure Electrical, Instrumentation, and other auxiliaries to be mounted onto the modular skid package or inside the refinery/plant to ensure clash-free detection and maintenance accessibility. The Piping isometrics and skid frameworks are extracted from the 3D model. At Technitas Pvt. Ltd. we ensure that our piping is well designed and safe for operation yet economically optimized, by carrying out Piping stress analysis and mark-up of pipe support on piping isometrics and point load structural analysis we ensure that there is seamless integration between piping and structural leads to ensure all loading combinations have been considered during Modular process skid design. Structural analysis of the skid base-frame, top-frame, access platforms/ladders, and pipe supports are also performed by us considering live, dead, and occasional load combinations. Lifting and transportation analysis are also performed after performing COG calculations. Foundation design is typically limited to the location, quantity, and size of the anchor bolts. Drawings are the language of the shop floor! – we truly believe our documentation and drawing layouts are clean and accurate to reduce revision cycle time during client review and to ensure that our drawings adequately incorporate the design details calculated by our design team to interface with the shop floor. We also provide design support for Automation and controls to ensure the accurate functioning and monitoring of Modular skid-mounted packages. On behalf of our client, we prepare instrument and control valve datasheets and technical documents for RFQs (Request for Quotation) to obtain quotations from respective vendors. We support our clientele during technical review stages to enable the proper selection of key vendors that adhere to client requirements and project needs. Over the years we have served various market segments including: PRODUCED WATER TREATMENT FACILITY– MODULAR SKID DESIGN A produced water treatment facility in the oil and gas industry is designed to treat and manage the water that is co-produced along with hydrocarbons (oil and gas) during production operations. This water, commonly referred to as produced water or formation water, can contain various contaminants, such as dissolved salts, suspended solids, oil and grease, and other organic and inorganic compounds. Proper treatment of produced water is essential for environmental protection, regulatory compliance, and potential reuse or disposal. Produced water treatment plant - Algeria The specific configuration and treatment processes employed in a produced water treatment facility depend on various factors, including the characteristics of the produced water, regulatory requirements, intended use or disposal method, and economic considerations. Proper treatment of produced water is crucial for minimizing environmental impacts, conserving water resources, and ensuring sustainable oil and gas production operations. A typical produced water treatment facility in the oil and gas industry may include the following components and processes: Inlet facilities: These include equipment such as separators, flow control valves, and surge tanks to receive and regulate the incoming produced water stream from the production wells or gathering systems. Primary treatment: This stage typically involves physical separation processes to remove free oil, solid particles, and larger suspended solids. Common methods include gravity separators, hydrocyclones, and corrugated plate interceptors. Secondary treatment: Depending on the water quality requirements and intended use or disposal method, secondary treatment processes may be employed. These can include: a. Dissolved gas removal (degassing) b. Filtration (e.g., multimedia filters, cartridge filters) c. Adsorption (e.g., activated carbon, organoclay) d. Chemical treatment (e.g., coagulation, flocculation, oxidation) e. Biological treatment (e.g., aerobic or anaerobic bioreactors for organic matter removal) Tertiary treatment: In some cases, advanced treatment processes may be required to meet stringent discharge or reuse standards. These can include: a. Membrane processes (e.g., reverse osmosis, nanofiltration) b. Ion exchange c. Thermal processes (e.g., evaporation, crystallization) Disinfection: Disinfection processes, such as chlorination or ultraviolet (UV) radiation, may be employed to eliminate or reduce microbial contaminants in the treated water, especially if reuse is intended. Storage and disposal: Treated produced water may be stored in tanks or ponds for subsequent disposal, such as injection into disposal wells, discharge into surface water bodies (if permitted), or reuse for various purposes (e.g., Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), hydraulic fracturing, irrigation, or industrial applications). Residuals management: The facility includes systems for managing and disposing of solid and liquid residuals generated during the treatment processes, such as sludge, concentrated brines, or spent media. Instrumentation and control systems : Automated control systems, monitoring equipment, and instrumentation are utilized to ensure efficient and reliable operation of the treatment processes.

  • DESIGN & DETAIL ENGINEERING SERVICES | Kavya Technitas

    Back DESIGN & DETAIL ENGINEERING SERVICES Our objective is to provide seamless design and drafting solutions under one roof. In the past, we have completed projects for process technologists catering to small to medium-sized plants, modular process skids, and onshore/offshore units serving our clients all across the globe and helping them achieve their EPC / End-client design requirements. We provide computer-aided design analysis and 3D model and 2D drawing-drafting services for carrying out the design and detail engineering of all types of modular process skid packages including industrial plants and units. Our analysis is based on relevant design codes and standards using licensed software tools We create the 3D model of all components including Equipment, Pumps, Piping, Control Valves, Structure Electrical, Instrumentation, and other auxiliaries to be mounted onto the modular skid package or inside the refinery/plant to ensure clash-free detection and maintenance accessibility. The Piping isometrics and skid frameworks are extracted from the 3D model. At Technitas Pvt. Ltd. we ensure that our piping is well designed and safe for operation yet economically optimized, by carrying out Piping stress analysis and mark-up of pipe support on piping isometrics and point load structural analysis we ensure that there is seamless integration between piping and structural leads to ensure all loading combinations have been considered during Modular process skid design. Structural analysis of the skid base-frame, top-frame, access platforms/ladders, and pipe supports are also performed by us considering live, dead, and occasional load combinations. Lifting and transportation analysis are also performed after performing COG calculations. Foundation design is typically limited to the location, quantity, and size of the anchor bolts. Drawings are the language of the shop floor! – we truly believe our documentation and drawing layouts are clean and accurate to reduce revision cycle time during client review and to ensure that our drawings adequately incorporate the design details calculated by our design team to interface with the shop floor. We also provide design support for Automation and controls to ensure the accurate functioning and monitoring of Modular skid-mounted packages. On behalf of our client, we prepare instrument and control valve datasheets and technical documents for RFQs (Request for Quotation) to obtain quotations from respective vendors. We support our clientele during technical review stages to enable the proper selection of key vendors that adhere to client requirements and project needs. Over the years we have served various market segments including: PRODUCED WATER TREATMENT FACILITY– MODULAR SKID DESIGN A produced water treatment facility in the oil and gas industry is designed to treat and manage the water that is co-produced along with hydrocarbons (oil and gas) during production operations. This water, commonly referred to as produced water or formation water, can contain various contaminants, such as dissolved salts, suspended solids, oil and grease, and other organic and inorganic compounds. Proper treatment of produced water is essential for environmental protection, regulatory compliance, and potential reuse or disposal. Produced water treatment plant - Algeria The specific configuration and treatment processes employed in a produced water treatment facility depend on various factors, including the characteristics of the produced water, regulatory requirements, intended use or disposal method, and economic considerations. Proper treatment of produced water is crucial for minimizing environmental impacts, conserving water resources, and ensuring sustainable oil and gas production operations. A typical produced water treatment facility in the oil and gas industry may include the following components and processes: Inlet facilities: These include equipment such as separators, flow control valves, and surge tanks to receive and regulate the incoming produced water stream from the production wells or gathering systems. Primary treatment: This stage typically involves physical separation processes to remove free oil, solid particles, and larger suspended solids. Common methods include gravity separators, hydrocyclones, and corrugated plate interceptors. Secondary treatment: Depending on the water quality requirements and intended use or disposal method, secondary treatment processes may be employed. These can include: a. Dissolved gas removal (degassing) b. Filtration (e.g., multimedia filters, cartridge filters) c. Adsorption (e.g., activated carbon, organoclay) d. Chemical treatment (e.g., coagulation, flocculation, oxidation) e. Biological treatment (e.g., aerobic or anaerobic bioreactors for organic matter removal) Tertiary treatment: In some cases, advanced treatment processes may be required to meet stringent discharge or reuse standards. These can include a. Membrane processes (e.g., reverse osmosis, nanofiltration) b. Ion exchange c. Thermal processes (e.g., evaporation, crystallization) Disinfection: Disinfection processes, such as chlorination or ultraviolet (UV) radiation, may be employed to eliminate or reduce microbial contaminants in the treated water, especially if reuse is intended. Storage and disposal: Treated produced water may be stored in tanks or ponds for subsequent disposal, such as injection into disposal wells, discharge into surface water bodies (if permitted), or reuse for various purposes (e.g., Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), hydraulic fracturing, irrigation, or industrial applications). Residuals management: The facility includes systems for managing and disposing of solid and liquid residuals generated during the treatment processes, such as sludge, concentrated brines, or spent media. Instrumentation and control systems: Automated control systems, monitoring equipment, and instrumentation are utilized to ensure efficient and reliable operation of the treatment processes.

  • SEPARATION SKID PACKAGE | Kavya Technitas

    Back SEPARATION SKID PACKAGE Separation modular process skids are prefabricated and self-contained units designed for separating multiple phases or components from process streams in various industries, such as oil and gas, petrochemical, and chemical processing.These skids integrate various separation technologies into a compact and modular package, offering flexibility, ease of installation, and efficient separation processes. ➣ Separation modular process skids typically include the following key components: ➣ Separation vessels: Depending on the application, different types of separation vessels may be incorporated, such as: ➣ Two-phase or three-phase separators for separating gas, oil/condensate, and water ➣ Filter separators for removing solid particles or liquid droplets Coalescers or separators for breaking emulsions and separating immiscible liquids Project – Three Phase Separator Skid Location - Germany A three-phase separator skid is a compact and modular processing unit designed to separate a multiphase fluid stream (typically a well stream or production stream) into its gas, liquid hydrocarbon (oil or condensate), and water components. This separation process is crucial in oil and gas production operations, as it enables the efficient handling and processing of each phase separately. The three-phase separator skid typically consists of the following main components: ➣ Separator vessel: The primary component of the skid is the separator vessel, which is a horizontally or vertically oriented pressure vessel. This vessel is designed to separate the incoming multiphase fluid stream into its gas, liquid hydrocarbon, and water phases based on the differences in their densities and gravitational forces. ➣ Inlet devices: The separator skid includes inlet devices, such as a choke valve or a flow control valve, to regulate the flow of the incoming multiphase fluid stream into the separator vessel. ➣ Mist extractor: A mist extractor, often in the form of a specialized demisting pad or vane pack, is installed inside the separator vessel to remove any entrained liquid droplets from the gas phase, ensuring a cleaner gas stream. ➣ Level control system: A level control system, typically consisting of level sensors and control valves, is employed to maintain the desired liquid levels within the separator vessel for optimal separation performance. ➣ Outlet connections: The separator skid has separate outlet connections or nozzles for the gas, liquid hydrocarbon, and water phases, allowing each phase to be directed to its respective downstream processing or handling facility. ➣ Instrumentation and controls: The skid is equipped with various instrumentation, such as pressure gauges, temperature sensors, and flow meters, as well as a control system to monitor and regulate the separation process. ➣ Skid structure: The entire assembly is mounted on a skid or base, which provides a compact and transportable solution for easy installation and relocation. Three-phase separator skids are widely used in upstream oil and gas operations, particularly in offshore platforms, onshore production facilities, and well-testing operations. They play a crucial role in separating the well stream into its components, enabling efficient handling, transportation, and further processing of each phase according to the specific requirements of the production facility. These skids offer the advantages of modular design, compact footprint, and ease of installation, making them a versatile and cost-effective solution for various oil and gas production scenarios. Separation modular process skids are widely used in various applications, including: • Oil and gas production facilities for separating well streams into gas, oil/condensate, and water. • Natural gas processing plants for separating natural gas from liquids and removing contaminants. • Refinery and petrochemical processes for separating product streams or removing impurities. • Chemical processing plants for separating reactants, products, and byproducts. • Industrial wastewater treatment for separating oils, solids, and other contaminants. The specific configuration and components of a separation modular process skid are tailored to the specific application, process conditions, and separation requirements. Proper selection, sizing, and integration of the skid components are crucial for achieving efficient and reliable separation performance.

  • FITNESS FOR SERVICE | Kavya Technitas

    Back FITNESS FOR SERVICE Fitness for Service (FFS) is a quantitative engineering evaluation process used to assess the structural integrity and remaining service life of pressurized equipment, such as vessels, piping, and tanks, in the oil and gas, chemical, and power industries. The FFS assessment is typically performed when there is evidence of degradation, such as corrosion, cracking, dents, or other types of damage, that may compromise the equipment's ability to operate safely and reliably. The FFS assessment involves the following steps: 1) Data collection: Relevant information about the equipment, including design specifications, operating conditions, inspection data, and material properties, is gathered. 2) Flaw characterization: The type, size, and location of the detected flaws or defects are accurately characterized using non-destructive examination (NDE) techniques, such as ultrasonic testing, radiography, or visual inspection. 3) Stress analysis: The stresses acting on the defective area are calculated, taking into account the operating conditions, pressure, temperature, and other relevant factors. 4) Fracture mechanics analysis: Using fracture mechanics principles, the critical flaw size that could lead to failure is determined based on the material properties, stress levels, and defect characteristics. 5) Remaining life assessment: By comparing the actual flaw size with the critical flaw size, the remaining life or fitness for continued service of the equipment is estimated. 6) Remediation planning: Based on the FFS assessment results, appropriate remediation actions are recommended, such as repair, replacement, or continued monitoring with periodic inspections. The FFS assessment follows industry codes and standards, such as API 579 (Fitness-For-Service) or BS 7910 (Guide to Methods for Assessing the Acceptability of Flaws in Metallic Structures), which provide detailed methodologies and acceptance criteria for various types of flaws and equipment. The FFS assessment offers several advantages: ➣ Cost savings: By accurately evaluating the remaining life of defective equipment, unnecessary replacements or shutdowns can be avoided, resulting in significant cost savings. ➣ Safety: FFS assessments help ensure the continued safe operation of equipment by identifying and mitigating potential failure risks. ➣ Extended service life: If the FFS assessment indicates that the equipment can continue to operate safely with the existing flaws, its service life can be extended, maximizing the return on investment. ➣ Informed decision-making: The quantitative FFS assessment provides a robust technical basis for making informed decisions regarding equipment repair, replacement, or continued operation. FFS assessments are typically performed by qualified engineers or specialists with expertise in materials, stress analysis, fracture mechanics, and non-destructive examination. Accurate data collection, proper flaw characterization, and adherence to established codes and standards are critical for reliable FFS assessments.

  • VENDOR VISITS

    Back VENDOR VISITS At Technitas Pvt. Ltd. our objective is to synergize with our clients and adhere to their requirements including performing visits to their concerned sub-contractor or vendor parties either along with a client representative or on behalf of the client. Vendor visits during the fabrication of critical equipment are an essential part of quality assurance and project execution. These visits help ensure compliance with design codes, project specifications, and quality requirements. The key activities involved in vendor visits include: Throughout the vendor visits, Technical Pvt. Ltd. will maintain open communication with the vendor, address any concerns or non-conformances promptly, and document all observations and actions taken. We realize that it is crucial to make effective vendor visits to help mitigate risks, ensure compliance with project requirements, and facilitate timely delivery of high-quality equipment for successful project execution. ➣ Ensure Design Code Compliance : Review the fabrication processes and procedures to verify compliance with the applicable design codes, such as ASME, API, or project-specific codes. Verify that the fabrication methods, material selection, and welding techniques adhere to the specified code requirements. ➣ Ensure Conformity Assessment to Project/Client Specifications : Conduct a thorough review of the fabrication activities to ensure conformity with the project's technical specifications and client requirements. Assess compliance with dimensional tolerances, material specifications, and any specific design requirements outlined in the project documentation. ➣ Review Quality Procedures and Welding Procedures: Evaluate the quality control procedures implemented by the vendor, including inspection and testing plans, non-destructive testing (NDT) methods, and acceptance criteria. Review the welding procedures, welder qualifications, and weld quality control measures to ensure compliance with project standards. ➣ Review Material Certificate Compliance: Verify that the materials used in fabrication are in-line with the specified material grades and compositions. Review the material certificates and test reports provided by the vendor to ensure traceability and compliance with project requirements. ➣ Witness Critical Stages as per Inspection Test Plan: Attend and witness critical fabrication stages, such as material cutting, fit-up, welding, heat treatment, and NDT, as specified in the inspection test plan (ITP). Document and report any non-conformances or deviations observed during these critical stages. ➣ Anticipate Slippages and Bottlenecks and Recommend Remedial Actions: Monitor the fabrication progress and identify potential slippages or bottlenecks that may impact the project schedule. Collaborate with the vendor to develop and implement remedial actions, such as resource allocation, process optimization, or temporary design modifications, to ensure smooth progress. ➣ Review of Final QA/QC Dossier Before Release for Shipment: Conduct a comprehensive review of the final quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) dossier prepared by the vendor. Verify that all required documentation, such as material certificates, NDT reports, inspection records, and as-built drawings, are complete and accurate. Ensure that the QA/QC dossier meets the project's documentation requirements before approving the release for shipment.

  • Keywords | Kavya Technitas

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  • EQUIPMENT DESIGN

    Back EQUIPMENT DESIGN At Technitas Pvt. Ltd., Static Equipment design involves thorough engineering calculations, adherence to relevant codes and standards, project specification, and considerations for various loading conditions, operational requirements, and safety factors. Our software tools and team of checkers and reviewers ensure reduced client approval cycle time. We ensure that there is a seamless collaboration and effective interface between our designers and drafting team while performing mechanical design calculations, preparing drawings, and documentation. In some cases, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and other advanced computational methods are often employed for complex geometries or loading scenarios especially for nozzles which must sustain higher loading conditions, or in cases where fatigue analysis is required. Equipment categories include the following: - ➣ Vertical pressure vessels are cylindrical vessels with their axis oriented vertically, commonly used for storage, processing, or separation of liquids and gases under pressure. Design aspects include shell thickness calculations, head types (e.g., ellipsoidal, hemispherical), nozzle reinforcements, and support types (skirt, leg, or trunnion). This includes, Agitator vessels, tanks, reactors, filters, etc. ➣ Skirt Support ➣ Leg Support ➣ Trunnion Support ➣ Conical Bottom Head ➣ Horizontal Pressure Vessels - Horizontal pressure vessels are cylindrical vessels with their axis oriented horizontally, often used for storage or processing of liquids and gases. Design aspects include shell thickness calculations, head types (e.g., ellipsoidal, torispherical), saddle support locations, and nozzle reinforcements. ➣ Vessels with Limpet Coils / half-pipe jacket - Vessels with limpet coils have external coils or jackets attached to the vessel shell for heating or cooling purposes. Design considerations include coil sizing, coil attachment methods, thermal expansion provisions, and potential for shell temperature gradients. ➣ Jacketed Vessels – Consist of an outer jacket or shell surrounding the main vessel, creating an annular space that can be used for heating, cooling, or insulation purposes. Design aspects include jacket sizing, support arrangements, nozzle extensions, and provisions for thermal expansion. ➣ Storage Tanks (API 650) - Large-scale storage tanks for liquids and gases are designed according to the API 650 standard, Key design factors include tank capacity, product density, operating pressure and temperature, roof type (fixed or floating), and foundation design. ➣ Rectangular tanks used for storage or processing of liquids and are designed based on principles from Roark's Formulas for Stress and Strain or Young's Formulas for Stress and Strain. Design considerations include plate thickness calculations, stiffener sizing and spacing, nozzle reinforcements, and foundation design. ➣ Heat Exchanger (TEMA) - Heat exchangers are designed to facilitate heat transfer between two or more fluid streams, following the standards set by the Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA). Design aspects include shell and tube sizing, tube bundle layout, baffle spacing, and considerations for pressure drop, fouling, and thermal expansion. ➣ Columns/Tall Towers/Steel Stacks - Columns, tall towers, and steel stacks are vertical structures used for separation, absorption, or emission of gases or liquids. Design factors include column/tower height, diameter, wall thickness calculations, wind and seismic load considerations, and support structures (e.g., skirts, lugs, or guy wires).

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  • PROJECTS | Kavya Technitas

    PROJECTS Design And Detail Engineering Services Read More Multiport Selector Manifold Valve skid Read More Separation Skid Package Read More Filtration Skid Package Read More Flow Metering Skid Read More Glycol Dehydration Package Read More Early Production Facility Read More Fitness for Service Read More

  • FILTRATION SKID PACKAGE | Kavya Technitas

    Back FILTRATION SKID PACKAGE FILTERATION MODULAR PROCESS SKIDS Filtration modular process skids are compact and self-contained units designed for various filtration processes in the oil and gas, chemical, and other industries. These skids integrate multiple components and equipment required for filtration operations into a single modular package, providing a flexible and efficient solution for process applications. Filtration modular process skids typically consist of the following main components: ➣ Filter vessels: Depending on the filtration process and application, different types of filter vessels may be included, such as cartridge filters, bag filters, multimedia filters, or pressure leaf filters. ➣ Pumps: The skid incorporates pumps to circulate and transfer the process fluids through the filtration system. Common pump types used include centrifugal pumps, positive displacement pumps, or specialized pumps for handling specific fluid characteristics. ➣ Piping and valves: A network of piping and valves is integrated into the skid to direct the flow of fluids between different components and allow for proper isolation, control, and maintenance. ➣ Instrumentation and controls: Various instrumentation, such as flow meters, pressure gauges, and level indicators, are included to monitor and control the filtration process. The skid may also have a local control panel or be integrated with a larger plant control system. ➣ Ancillary equipment: Depending on the application, additional equipment may be included, such as backwash systems, air blowers, chemical dosing systems, or sludge handling systems. ➣ Skid structure: The entire assembly is mounted on a skid or base, which allows for easy transportation, installation, and relocation. Filtration modular process skids offer several advantages over traditional, field-erected filtration systems: ➣ Compact footprint: The modular design allows for efficient use of space, making it suitable for applications with limited available area. ➣ Pre-assembled and tested: The skids are typically pre-assembled and tested in a controlled environment, ensuring proper integration and functionality before deployment. ➣ Rapid deployment: Modular skids can be quickly transported and installed on-site, reducing project timelines and allowing for faster commissioning. ➣ Flexibility: The modular nature of the skids allows for easy modification, expansion, or reconfiguration to accommodate changing process requirements or future upgrades. ➣ Standardization: Skid manufacturers can offer standardized designs, which can lead to cost savings and streamlined maintenance procedures. ​ Filtration modular process skids are widely used in various applications, including: • Produced water treatment in oil and gas production facilities • Process water treatment in refineries and petrochemical plants • Industrial wastewater treatment • Pretreatment for reverse osmosis or other membrane processes • Solid-liquid separation in mining and mineral processing operations ​ The specific configuration and components of a filtration modular process skid are tailored to the specific application, fluid characteristics, and treatment requirements. Proper selection, sizing, and integration of the skid components are crucial for achieving efficient and reliable filtration performance. REMOVING IMPURITIES FROM NATURAL GAS WITH AMINE FILTRATION ​ An amine filtration skid is a modular and transportable equipment used in the oil and gas industry for the removal of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2) from natural gas or other gas streams. It typically consists of the following main components: Amine Filtration Skid – Germany Amine Contactor: This is a vertical column or vessel where the gas stream is brought into contact with a liquid amine solution, typically an aqueous solution of monoethanolamine (MEA), diethanolamine (DEA), or methyldiethanolamine (MDEA). The amine solution selectively absorbs H2S and CO2 from the gas stream. Amine Regenerator: This is another column or vessel where the rich amine solution (containing absorbed H2S and CO2) is heated to release the absorbed gases. The regenerated lean amine solution is then recycled back to the amine contactor. Amine Circulation Pumps: These pumps are used to circulate the amine solution between the contactor and regenerator. Heat Exchanger: A heat exchanger is used to transfer heat from the hot, regenerated lean amine solution to the rich amine solution before it enters the regenerator, improving the overall energy efficiency of the process. Filters and Separators: Various filters and separators are included to remove any solid particles, liquid hydrocarbons, or other contaminants from the gas stream and amine solution. Instrumentation and Control Systems: The skid is equipped with instrumentation and control systems to monitor and regulate the process parameters, such as temperature, pressure, flow rates, and amine solution concentrations. The amine filtration skid is designed to be compact, modular, and portable, allowing it to be easily transported and installed at various oil and gas production sites or processing facilities. It is typically used as a pre-treatment step before other gas processing operations, such as dehydration or liquefaction, to ensure that the gas stream meets the required specifications for downstream processes or transportation. NUT SHELL FILTER AND HYDRO-CYCLONE FILTER SKID PRODUCED WATER Nut shell filter and hydro-cyclone filter skids are commonly used in the treatment of produced water in the oil and gas industry. These skids are designed to remove solid particles and other contaminants from the produced water stream. Here's an overview of each component: Nut Shell Filter Skid: Nut shell filters, also known as walnut shell filters or pecan shell filters, are a type of granular media filter that uses crushed nut shells as the filter media. ​ The nut shell filter skid typically consists of the following components: ​ a. Filter vessel: A pressure vessel containing the nut shell media bed. b. Influent and effluent connections: Piping connections for the untreated and treated water streams. c. Backwash system: A system for periodically backwashing the filter to remove accumulated solids and maintain filter performance. d. Instrumentation and controls: Instruments for monitoring pressure, flow, and other parameters, along with controls for automated operation. ​ Nut shell filters are effective in removing suspended solids, including sand, silt, and other insoluble particles, from produced water. They are commonly used as a pre-treatment step before other treatment processes, such as desalination or water injection. ​ Hydro-cyclone Filter Skid: Hydro-cyclone filters are centrifugal separation devices that use centrifugal force to remove solid particles from the fluid stream. A hydro-cyclone filter skid typically includes: ​ a. Hydro-cyclone vessel(s): Conical vessels where the centrifugal separation occurs. b. Inlet and outlet connections: Piping connections for the untreated and treated water streams, as well as connections for the underflow (concentrated solids). c. Pumps: Pumps to provide the necessary pressure and flow for the hydro-cyclone operation. d. Instrumentation and controls: Instruments for monitoring pressure, flow, and other parameters, along with controls for automated operation. ​ Hydro-cyclone filters are effective in removing coarse and dense solid particles, such as sand, from produced water. They are often used as a pre-treatment step before other filtration or treatment processes, as they can handle high solids loading and reduce the burden on downstream equipment. ​ Both nut shell filter and hydro-cyclone filter skids are designed for modular and skid-mounted installation, making them easily transportable and suitable for various produced water treatment facilities. They can be used in combination with other treatment processes, such as coagulation, dissolved air flotation, or membrane filtration, to achieve the desired level of produced water treatment. ​ The selection and configuration of these skids depend on factors such as the characteristics of the produced water, the required effluent quality, and the overall treatment process design. Proper operation and maintenance of these skids are crucial for ensuring efficient and reliable produced water treatment.

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