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Custom Process Equipment is more than capable of fabricating vessels that meets your crude processing needs. We manufacture vessels that contend with combinations of factors that make crude processing difficult including:

  • High or Low Temperature
  • High or Low Pressure
  • Place Holder
  • Heavy Crude
  • Sour Environments (NACE)
  • Tight Emulsions
  • Cold Environments
  • Space Requirements
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  • Heated Separator
      Heated separators provide the ability a standard separator does while heating the process fluid as well. This provides for more efficient liquid-liquid separation and enhances gas disengagement from the liquids.
  • Electrostatic Treater
      Electrostatic Treaters are used to separate water from oil by means of an electrostatic grid. The electrostatic grid aids in the coalescing of water droplets to rid the oil of the entrained water. This design provides the treater the ability to meet a BS&W specification. Injecting dilution water into the inlet crude stream affords the treater the capability to remove salt through dilution and dehydration. Multiple electrostatic treaters can be used in tandem to provide multistage treating which can incorporate a brine recycle to reduce dilution water usage. A standalone unit or a multistage system may be needed in order to meet a low salt content specification.
  • Electrostatic Heater Treater
      The Electrostatic Heater Treater allows for both heating of the fluid to a predetermined treating temperature and provides a section for coalesance. Heater-Treaters are designed to handle high amounts of heat and/or oil are generally designed to be oriented horizontally. Vertical designs allow for space-efficiency at the expense of lower capacity.
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  • In place of electrostatic grids, mechanical coalecing plates can be used to facilitate coalescence. Higher treater temperatures are needed to treat a given crude which uses these plates.
  • Where additional degassing or water removal is needed, a separation section can be added to the Electrostatic Treater.
  • Various sandjetting provisions depending on potential for sand
  • Natural or Forced Draft Burners / Single or Duel Fueled Options
  • Ladders and Platforms
  • Sacraficial Anodes
  • Internal Coatings