Glycol DehydrationThis course is designed to explain the use of tri-ethylene glycol to dehydrate natural gas. Participants will be able to identify and describe the function and operating parameters of each component and understand and trace the flow path of direct and indirect waste heat systems and related components. Participants will be shown various cutouts of an actual glycol system in our on-site production facility, as well as a glycol tower acrylic model.
- Learn about gas and glycol flow paths for each component in the system, temperature variables, and pressure variables.
- Understand detailed P&ID with identification of flow streams, temperatures, and pressures.
- Understand water volume tables, required glycol circulation rates, and how to troubleshoot a glycol system.
- Become familiar with the startup and shut down of glycol and waste heat systems and understand waste heat flow paths for single and multiple users.
- Understand each component in the waste heat system and become competent in various control methods.
- Duration 2.5 Days
- Start Time 7:30 am
- End Time 4:00 pm
- Prereqs None
- Certificate Yes
- OSHA Compliant N/A
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