VAPOR RECOVERY & EMISSIONS REDUCTION SOLUTIONS

   Ejectors   

WHAT IS AN EJECTOR?

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Ejectors use the energy of a high pressure fluid to entrain and compress a low pressure fluid.

Ejectors are also known as ‘Eductors’, ‘Surface Jet Pumps’ or ‘Velocity Spools’.

Ejectors Are Compressors!

  • No moving parts

  • Zero maintenance

  • Often utilize ‘waste’ energy

  • Fast-track project time

  • Do not trip or fail

  • Light & compact

  • Zero emissions

  • Universal Design

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GAS DRIVEN EJECTORS

Typical Gas Compression Applications

  • Flare and Flash Gas Recovery

  • CO2 Gas compression (CCUS)

  • Hydrogen compression

  • Associated gas compression

  • Stranded gas recovery

  • Gas gathering stations flow boosting

  • Increasing capacity of existing compressors (becomes another stage)

  • Replacing existing compressors

  • De-bottlenecking existing compressor trains

  • Process gas compression

  • Direct gas injection into wells (SWAG)

  • Coke Oven Gas Compression / Recovery

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LIQUID DRIVEN EJECTORS

Typical Applications for Produced Water
& Sand Management

 

  • Pressure boosting after hydrocyclones

  • Slurry pumping as part of a solids handling / separation system

  • Flow boosting for separator flushing applications

  • Desanding for gas flotation units or desanders

  • Sand cleaning / scrubbing

  • Flushing slurry lines following sand removal

ADVANTAGES OF EJECTORS FOR ENHANCED RECOVERY

  • No operating costs

  • No maintenance costs

  • No carbon footprint

  • Low weight & compact size

  • Low project costs (when compared to traditional compressors)

  • Fast-track installation available for short-term well opportunities

  • Minimal disruption to existing production      operations

  • Ideal solution for topside, subsea or FPSO       installations

EJECTOR SKID PACKAGE

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  • Production Boosting

  • Well boosting using waste energy

  • Multiphase Ejector Skid Package

EJECTORS FOR VAPOUR AND VENT GAS RECOVERY

EJECTOR APPLICATIONS

  • No moving Aerator parts

  • High oxygen transfer

  • Minimal maintenance

  • Virtually silent operation

  • No aerosol spray

  • Simple to install and retrofit

  • Materials can be customized to suit the process

  • High alpha factors

Transvac Ejectors can be fitted to any system where an
appropriate high-pressure motive flow is available for
use. Specific unit applications may include:

 

  • Tank venting & tank vapor recovery

  • Casing head gas recovery

  • Crude oil and condensate tank recovery

  • Produced water tank vapor recovery

   Vapor Control              BTEX Elimination   

VAPOR EXTRACTORS

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Vapor extraction, the removal of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from soil using vacuum, has proven to be a highly efficient and cost-effective

method of in-situ soil remediation.

 

  • Vapor Extraction Vacuum Blower & Motor

  • Condensate Filter Separator

  • Vacuum Relief Valve

  • Air Dilution Valve

  • Vacuum Gauge

  • Control Panel

  • Base Skid

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BTEX ELIMINATOR SYSTEM SHELL & TUBE

  • A counter flow stainless steel tube and bundle heat exchanger condensing system used to capture and recycle  BTEX and VOC vapors from the dehydrator still column

 

  • Closed loop system is an ideal pollution control system as it eliminates BTEX and VOC vapor emissions

 

  • Pays for itself by generating revenue from burner fuel savings and condensate recovery

 

  • Condensed liquids are collected in the tank and automatically transferred to storage

 

  • Residual VOC vapors are sent to the re-boiler main burner and used for fuel

 

  • Low initial cost

  • Recovers fugitive condensates for resale

  • Uses no electrical power

  • Easy to install