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Rich amine contaminants

asked Feb 22, 2014 in Process by anonymous
What are the typical contaminants in rich amine for acid gas removal system.

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answered Feb 22, 2014 by odadmin (21,030 points) | selected Feb 22, 2014 by odadmin
 
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Few more additional contaminants:

scale, Condensates, antifoaming agents, Grease, Well cleanup chemicals
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answered Feb 22, 2014 by odadmin (21,030 points)
Type of contaminants depend on the process,

here are often some typical contaminants found in rich amine that needs removal to prevent erosion, corrosion and foaming.

These are as follows:

Organic and inorganic solids
Lubrication oils
Iron sulfide and iron oxide (fine suspended particles)
Corrosion inhibitors, etc.
commented Feb 22, 2014 by anonymous
Thanks for the quick answer
commented Feb 22, 2014 by esjensen (2,720 points)
Thanks for the information.
commented Feb 24, 2014 by odadmin (21,030 points)
I am glade you liked it.

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