Used and Surplus Joule Thomson Units

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Surplus and/or used Joule Thomson (JT) plants can be utilized for lowering BTU of the gas stream or NGL recovery. The gas enters the Joule Thomson System and travels through a series of heat exchangers that pre-cool the gas. The gas then passes through the Joule Thomson valve, taking a pressure drop and cooling further. Liquid fallout after the Joule Thomson valve is collected in the cold separator and sent to storage tanks. The cold gas then travels back through the heat exchanger and exits the Joule Thomson System. SEE likes to gather the main characteristics and dimensions of these JT plants and to make them filterable in order to make the search convenient for the buyer.

Used oil and gas Joule Thomson characteristics that SEE requires is below:

  • Volume the JT can handle
  • Manufacturer
  • Length
  • Width
  • Weight
  • Inlet Sizing
  • Inlet Connection
  • Outlet Sizing
  • Outlet Connection
  • Drain Sizing
  • Drain Connection
  • ASME Coded

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Founder and CEO Mr. Croft graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology and holds a Master of Science in Technology Project Management with a black belt in Lean Six Sigma. Since 2006, Mr. Croft has served as the founder/CEO of several other natural gas processing companies including Croft Production Systems and Croft Supply. In 2019, Mr. Croft established the Surplus Energy Equipment with a team of engineers that have been in the oil and natural gas industry for over 10 years. He designed this platform to allow clients to see a full line of equipment without having to make phone calls to vendors or spend time searching for quality equipment. His focus now is building relationships with vendors and expanding on the options available on surplusenergyequipment.com

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