We provide a complete range of multiphase separators engineered to your specific application. Customization ensures that the design will most efficiently and effectively separate inlet fluids into individual phases.
Our multiphase separators are typically fitted with inlet devices to absorb the momentum of the inlet fluid and a series of internal baffles for proper fluid distribution. Coalescing elements, cyclones, and vanes are used to minimize disturbance and aid separation.
These separator design elements directly improve performance and decrease capex. Opex is also lowered by reducing the amount of production chemicals required.
Heavy oil expertise
We developed expertise with heavy crude oils first hand in Canada, Colombia, and Venezuela and can design equipment that meets the most demanding requirements.
The high viscosity and low oil-water density of heavy crude oil poses many special challenges. Often present in inlet streams, suspended solids must be flushed from the separators with a solids jetting system. Specially developed coalescing devices also assist in the removal of dispersed water and suspended solids from heavy oils.