March 2022, Vol. 249, No. 3

Tech Notes

Magnetics Delivers Filtration for a Gas Receiving Station Application

Special to P&GJ  Eclipse Magnetics Oil and Gas Division (Eclipse) has designed and delivered a bespoke magnetic separator to an international operating company for use within a gas pipeline pig receiver in North Africa. The in-line separator is designed to remove ferrous contaminant, often referred to as black powder, from the natural gas transmission line before it reaches downstream equipment within the process plant.    The separator can capture ferrous particles down to the sub-micron level, which will not only provide a cleaner product but will greatly reduce the loading on cartridge filters.    This results in a significant increase in

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