Spirax Sarco's involvement with oil, gas and petrochemical companies is truly international and spans most of the production stages. Steam and hot water are a vital part of many processes from exploration and upstream production through to downstream processing and the production of feedstocks for a range of industries.
We help customers in all of the following areas:
Exploration and Production including NG and LPG on and offshore.
Onshore LNG separation plants including condensates treatment, sweetening and liquefaction plants.
Oil processing, including Avgas, biofuels and heavy ends.
Gas processing, including separation and compression.
Petrochemical processing plants, producing chemical feedstocks to a broad range of industries from biopharmaceuticals, agrichemicals and plastics to food and textiles.
We supply a range of products from quick-fit compact steam trap stations and steam and condensate manifolds, to large heat exchanger, pumping or metering skids.
We also offer a range of energy surveys and steam system service packages including steam trap surveys and maintenance agreements to reduce energy and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
"Now if we spot a problem, we can do something about it straight away."Andy Hitchin, Energy Manager at PQ Silicas View Case Study
Spirax Sarco supply a range of forged carbon steel compact manifolds with integral piston type stop valves for steam distribution and condensate collection duty.
The TD62LM and TD62M are maintainable high pressure thermodynamic steam traps with integral strainer and a replaceable seat to ease maintenance.
The Fig 34 is an integrally flanged Y-type strainer designed to remove rust, scale and other debris from the pipeline.
Steam trap survey uncovers energy and maintenance savings at a chemicals producer in Warrington, UK.
Steam tracing keeps lube oil flowing to loading rack at northeastern oil refinery.
Large oil refinery in the Gulf Coast, USA improves steam system productivity, energy efficiency, safety, and compliance.
Active Management of Process Steam Traps Nets Refinery a Multi-Million-Dollar Annual Saving.