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degasser and erosion

degasser and erosion

Dear all hello
I'm working on two problems that I need references or standard about them so I really thank you if any one can introduce good standards about:
1-in separation equipment in petroleum industry, if along the separating process small amount of gas release how can I indicate that do we need degasser or not, we prefer to ignore degasser but if it does not cause any danger.
2-about erosion of solid particle in process equipment I need to know about max allowance particle size which could enter the equipment (separator and pump)

RE: degasser and erosion

When you say "degasser" do you mean something like the GasBuster? This unit is designed to take gas out of a pumped liquid stream, I don't know how that applies to a separator. Do you have any more information on what it is you are talking about?

David Simpson, PE
MuleShoe Engineering

In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual. Galileo Galilei, Italian Physicist

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