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Gas Separators

High efficiency two and three-stage natural gas separators in both vertical and horizontal units. These units
have been engineered to produce efficiency rates unparalleled in the oilfield and gas plant industry. Our gas separators can achieve levels that are 98.7% efficient and handle heavy loads of hydrocarbon fluid production.

Do not be fooled by the cheap, thin walled, poorly welded equipment dominating the market today. Our vessels come standard with ASME pressure rated couplings and are built to ASME standards for pressure and wear. We can construct any pressure rating up to 2,500psig, and can also customize for any configuration.


Simply do the math. Many vessels today are put into service using thin-walled rolled metal and standard couplings. If one was to calculate the stresses involved in pressure related components, one would find out
the stress values are upwards of 70% of yield strength. That would give the vessel less than a 1:1 safety ratio. Who will be left holding the liability when a catastrophic failure occurs?


Higher efficiency also means greater recovery of natural gas liquids. As the price of fractionated liquids from natural gas recovery continues to rise, why not keep the by-products for refinement and eventual sale?


Simply meaning, more profit to the bottom line for every cubic foot of gas sold.

ASME U stamp optional on all equipment.

  • 24"x10", 30"x10', 36"x10", 42"x10', 48"x12', 72"x15'

  • 250#, 500#, 1440#, 2500#

  • Two and Three Phase

  • Vertical and Horizontal

  • Code and Non-code

  • Standard Accessory Package

  • Mechanical and Pneumatic Controls

  • Ladders

  • Internal Coatings

  • Concrete Blocks

36"x10' Vertical Two-Stage Oil/Gas Separator

30"x10' Vertical Two-Stage Oil/Gas Separator

24” x 10’ Vertical Two-Stage Oil/Gas Separator

This product can be used to separate free liquid from gas streams in flow r anges from 5.2 MM SCFD to 19.3 MM SCFD. Liquid capacity may vary from 100 to 800 BBL / day depending on desired liquid settling time.


Use the following tables to determine the recommended minimum and maximum gas flow rates at varying pressures.


Do not exceed the maximum allowable working pressure of 250 psig.

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