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Anerobic digesters take gas produced from fermenting organic matter either burn it in an engine to produce electricity, or to be treated then injected into the National gas grid.
Too much water in the gas line can reduce the burn efficiency and increase maintenance costs in the engine, therefore there is requirement to dewater the gas.
Refcool sourced a dewatering system with the cooling generated by a standalone chiller.
Above please see a chiller cooling Glycol/Water coolant to chiller a dewatering system. The heat exchanger on the left is designed specifically to dewater gas, with the fluid draining off under gravity and being piped to a nearby drain. The whole unit is trace heated and insulated to ensure it does not freeze due to adverse weather conditions.
This was a full turn key project with Refcool being responsible for pipework from the associated stabbings in the main gas pipe, through to the electrical connections and condensate drain.
A good amount of condensate is being produced as can be seen on this video taking during testing.