In-line rotary separator helps stop compressor moisture damageNew IRIS in-line scrubber technology offers operators of reciprocating and turbocompressors an alternative to traditional methods of separating liquids from gas in pipelines.The IRIS in-line rotary separator has an efficiency of 99.99% separation (down to 5 microns) and can be installed in a less than a day, the firm says.The in-line rotary separator is a dynamic cyclone designed to work equally well in wellhead or pipeline applications to remove liquids from the gas flow in upstream pipelines. The IRIS unit replaces, or may be used to complement, undersized existing vessel-based scrubbers.The compact scrubbing device installs ...

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