Kyle Andrews

Kyle Andrews serves as Product Applications Trainer at Kimray. He provides Kimray product and applications training for Kimray’s sales team and customers.

Posts by Kyle Andrews

What is a Filter Separator?

Producers use a filter separator to separate solids and liquids from natural gas. Specifically, a filter separator removes impurities such as pipe scale, water, iron sulfide, liquid hydrocarbons, compressor lube oil and sulfur products from the natural gas.  A filter separator differs from a standard separator vessel in that it uses filter elements to remove contaminants rather than using mechanical devices. In this video we explain:  Why and where filter
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TEG Gas Dehydration Unit: A Video Overview

A TEG Gas Dehydration Unit is used to dehydrate natural gas into a state where it can be sold downstream. What is Gas Dehydration?  When you hear dehydration, you may think of physical dehydration, where your body has a shortage of water. Or maybe you think of meat or fruit that has had the water taken
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Oil and Gas Measurement Basics

Producers use oil and gas measurement methods to monitor production and sales volumes and detect leaks. In this article we’ll explain the basics of measuring gas, oil, water, and triethylene glycol. Gas Measurement One primary resource producers recover from a well is natural gas. Depending on the type of well, gas volume may be large
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Line Heater

How a Line Heater and Separator Work in a Gas Production Unit

A Gas Production Unit, or GPU, is actually two pieces of equipment joined together inside one housing: a line heater and a horizontal separator. In this video, Kyle explains: What a gas production unit is Where and why gas production units are used The phases and sizes of a gas production unit The flow path through the unit Where and Why a Gas Production Unit is Used To be sellable,
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5 Key Components of Burner Management Fuel Controls

A burner management system is a combination of products that oil and gas producers use to provide temperature control on heated vessels. In this article, we’ll cover 5 key components of burner management fuel controls: Air/ Fuel Ratio Control  Fuel Pressure/ Volume Control Burner Design Thermostatic Control The Stack 1. Air/ Fuel Ratio Control  The most
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