A Gas Dehydrator works by passing a moisture absorbing liquid (ethylene glycol)
downward through a contactor tower as a wet gas is passed upward through the tower.
The moisture from the gas is absorbed into the liquid. The moisture rich glycol is
then passed into an atmospheric heater where it is heated to a temperature high
enough to boil off the collected moisture. The glycol is then pumped back to the
top of the tower.
Glycol Dehydration Unit
This glycol dehydration unit is designed and
fabricated using stainless steel material to take away moisture from gas which
contains 22% Carbon Dioxide.
Glycol Dehydration unit currently in operation in
Sultanate of Oman.