December 2018, Vol. 245, No. 12

Tech Notes

Gas Seal Technology Designed to Reduce Methane Emissions

John Crane, a provider of rotating equipment solutions, recently launched its latest gas seal technology designed to be retrofitted into centrifugal compressors with oil seals to reduce methane emissions up to 95% while improving reliability and lowering operating costs. The Aura 120 Narrow Section gas seal enables the latest John Crane gas seal technology to be fitted into a larger percentage of older equipment, bringing with it the benefits of non-contacting design. Gas seal technology eliminates the need for oil lubrication associated with contacting seals and the resulting need to address harmful emissions entrapped in the oil. In the natural ga

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