Pumps

How to Operate the Kimray Glycol Pump

At the heart of any glycol dehydration system is the glycol pump. This pump works within the dehydration system to recirculate liquid and help the system remove water vapor from natural gas.  How the Glycol Pump Works Fundamentally, the pump does two things at the same time: Moves wet (or rich) glycol from the contactor to
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Free Download: Kimray Control Valve Application Guide

Kimray products are designed to control the flow of oil and gas across a wide range of applications. Common control valve applications include compression, gas dehydration, gas sweetening, separation, heaters, artificial lift, gas regulation skids, measurement stations, and more. To help oil and gas producers identify which control valves, regulators, pilots, glycol pumps, liquid level
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How to Repair the Kimray Energy Exchange Glycol Pump

Kimray’s Energy Exchange Glycol Pump is a durable, low-maintenance solution for recirculation of glycol in your dehydration system. In this 3-part video series, Kimray Account Manager Jason Andrews demonstrates how to Disassemble, Inspect, Repair, and Reassemble a Kimray Energy Exchange Glycol Pump. How to Repair the Kimray Energy Exchange Glycol Pump | Part 1: Disassembly *Note: Before
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Kimray's Electric Glycol Pump provided to Encana.

Electric Glycol Pump with Encana in Colorado’s Piceance Basin

Encana is one of North America’s largest energy producers with operations throughout Canada as well as subsidiary operations in Colorado, Wyoming, Texas and Louisiana. In May 2011, Kimray provided Encana with an Electric Glycol Pump for a field trial at their operation in Parachute, Colorado, in the Piceance Basin – one of the company’s key
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A visual comparison of the old and new styles of the Kimray Piston Rod Gland and the Kimray Pump Block.

Tech Mail | Index Pin Location on Glycol Pump

Index Pin Locator | New Vs. Old Style We have recently changed the index pin location for Glycol Pump Blocks and Piston Rod Glands. This new change will prevent a piston Rod Gland from being installed with the alignment pin in one of the gland’s communicating holes. New Piston Rod Glands will still have a
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