Glycol-Cooled BTEX Systems

Glycol-cooled condensers use rich glycol from the dehydrator, prior to any three-phase separator, as the coolant. The condenser outlet temperature is dependent on the rich-glycol temperature. Normal approach temperatures for liquid-cooled exchangers will be about 10°-20°F. Because the rich glycol may already be above ambient temperature, it is likely that the outlet condenser temperature will be at least 10°-25°F. above ambient. Glycol-cooled condenser temperatures may be much higher if adequate heat-exchanger surface area is not provided.

glyco cooled btex systems
glyco cooled btex systems

Glycol-Cooled BTEX System:

  • Skid Mounted, Self Contained, Fully Tested Systems.
  • Simple Installation And Operation.
  • Easy To Transport.
  • Cold Weather Packages Available.
  • Integrated Compressor Packages Available.

BTEX System Sizing Guide:

  • 125,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM 1
  • 375,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM 2
  • 500,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM 3
  • 500,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM 3F
  • 750,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM  4
  • 750,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM  4F
  • 1,500,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM 5F
  • 2,000,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM 6F
  • 3,000,000 BTU/HR Regenerator = SYSTEM 7F
  • F – Forced – Draft Fan Cooled
  • C – Cold ambient freeze protection is available as an option on any size unit
  • A – Automatic discharge bypass with manual reset
  • X – Integrated COMPRESSOR OPTION is available for all forced-draft units
  • P – Substitute blow case with electric pump for condensate removal
  • B – Black Gold Rush combustor integrated on skid package
  • T- ACL combustion high efficiency burner with Auxiliary BTEX burner
  • CUSTOM SYSTEMS  can be designed for any requirement.

All of Scorpions fabricated systems are engineered and meticulously fabricated to our customer’s specific requirements, fully tested at our facility and shipped ready to go to work for you.