Pipeline Booster Gas Compressor
As natural gas flows through a pipeline, it loses pressure due to friction against the inside of the pipe. The gas needs pressure to continue moving. Compressor booster stations located along the pipelines keep the pressure high enough to allow the gas to flow.
Please see the attached Quote Request Form Below, Fill it out, and will get you a Quote.
Questions for Quoting Project
1.) Electic or Natural Gas Drive
2.) Gas Heat Value/ Electric Voltage and Phase
3.) Suction Pressure/Design point (PSIG)/Low PSIG/High PSIG
4.) Discharges Pressure Design Point(PSIG)
5.) Gas Flow Rate /Low PSIG/High PSIG
6.) Gas Flow Range
7.) Design Point (MCFG) / Low MCFD/High MCFD
8.) Gas Specific Gravity (SG) (0.65 is standard)Gas K Value (1.26 is standard)
If a gas analysis is available, please attach it here
Suction Temperature (F) (70F is standard)
- Ambient Temperature (F) (90F is standard)
- Required Discharge Temp (F)
- Elevation (ft) (1500 ft is standard)
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