Glycol Circulation Pumps

Glycol Circulation Pumps

Our high pressure glycol circulation pumps are used during the dehydration process where there is a risk of hydrate formation at low temperatures.

Generally applied to natural gas wells and pipelines operating at pressures up to 1,500 bar (22,000 psi), the methanol/glycol is injected at well head or subsurface during start-up/shutdown or continuously as required by the process. Very high pressures are required to overcome friction losses in long subsea pipelines where the well head can be up to 100 kms from the platform.

The unique Hammelmann ‘Zero Leak’ positive displacement process pumps will deliver fixed or variable flows dependent on the selected drive and control system. Versatile and compact pump packages with small footprints cover a flow range from zero to 100% at flow rates from 100 lph up to 160M³/hr achieving efficiencies of 95% ME and 95% VE (VE may vary depending on fluid compressibility).

With over 30 years' experience designing and manufacturing pump skid packages for operation in Zone 1 & 2 hazardous areas in some of the world's most inhospitable environments, and working with customers who demand the highest standards of quality and reliability, we believe that we have a solution to offer the most demanding applications.