Triethylene glycol (TEG) dehydration systems are commonly used for the removal of water vapor from natural and process gas. Water removal from natural gas is done to prevent hydrate formation and corrosion in downstream pipelines and process equipment. TEG Dehydration meets the typical gas pipeline specification of 4-7 pounds of water per 1 million standard cubic feet gas.
- TEG dehydration systems have a cheaper capital cost and operating costs compared to Adsorption Dehydration System and Refrigeration Dehydration.
- Spitzer Industries offers standard TEG Units for reduced lead time and cost.
- Spitzer Industries also offers customization of our TEG Dehydration units to meet your dehydration needs.
- Spitzer Industries TEG Units are modularized for quick placement onto your facility for gas treating. This includes a skid mounted absorber column removing the need for a pad for the column.
- Spitzer Industries has over 20 years of TEG dehydration unit design and fabrication experience.