Current gas pipeline operations require an onerous procedure of
blocking, venting, opening, filter removal and replacement, closing,
recharging, and returning to service gas filter/ separators. A need
exists for more cost-effective and high efficient gas cleaning equipment
that will operate during upset conditions. A new field-proven product
has been developed that reduces costs, provides submicron particle
removal efficiencies, and continues to function during upset conditions.
Typical gas pipeline contaminants include water, glycol glycol