Separators are utilized to Oil Water Separation from the liquid in a well stream. This allows liquid free gas to be diverted to gas sales and/or to be utilized as fuel. Relatively gas free oil is then dumped to storage or to a treating system for removal of water.
Two Phase Separators
Designed specifically for oil and gas. The well stream enters the separator and strikes an inlet deflector which diverts the liquid and gas downstream to the liquid section where it begins to separate. After adequate retention time, liquid builds up in the bottom of the tank and lifts a float, through a linkage to dump the fluid.
Three Phase Separators
Designed specifically for oil, gas and water. Essentially the same as a two phase except the separator has an internal inlet down comer, which carries the fluid to the bottom of the vessel for added retention and separation time.
Vertical separators are designed primarily for intermediate gas-oil ratios, while horizontal separators are suited for high gas-oil ratios and constant flow well-streams. These high-pressure separators are available in vertical or horizontal configurations, with a wide range of sizes and capacities.
We specialize in filling the needs of the petroleum industry, with products designed to withstand the rigors of oil and gas production. We understand that the ability to separate oil, gas, and water in oilfield operations is critical; that’s why we provide a wide range of robustly engineered 2 and 3 phase separators.