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Nowata C Series Charcoal Adsorber Housings

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Nowata C Series Charcoal Adsorber Housings

Introducing the Nowata C Series charcoal absorber housings. Charcoal filtration is required to remove oils, well inhibitors, dissolved hydrocarbons and degradation compounds from triethylene glycol, amine, natural gas dehydrators and sweeteners. The Nowata C Series activated carbon, canister type filter, is designed for low pressure charcoal treatment of these glycol and amine systems in order to minimize fouling and keep operating efficiency high. Canister type carbon cartridges are the most economical type of activated carbon adsorbers for flow rates up to 180 gph (3 gpm). The canister makes charcoal replacement much easier and disposal much cleaner than loose charcoal.

Features


  • 1 and 2 canister models available
  • 150 psi working pressure rating
  • Bolted closure for fast & easy canister replacement
  • Buna O-ring seal
  • Glycol / Amine flow rates to 180 gph
  • Carbon steel construction
  • ASME code construction available

Connections


Inlet and outlet connections are available in smaller than standard sizes to fit customer requirements. 150# RF ANSI flanges are also available by special order. An internal pipe thread drain and a vent connections are standard. Flanged or external pipe thread, and nonstandard sizes are available by special order. Special purpose connections such as relief valve fittings and pressure taps are available to meet a customer’s specific requirements. Customization of many features is available including non-standard connection locations, mounting heights and dimensions.

Seal Material


The standard Buna o-ring seal will operate to 220 °F. Ethylene Propylene and Viton seal materials are available for special service.

ASME Code


The C series 1 and 2 canister charcoal filters are designed in accordance with the Pressure Vessel Code of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. When required, each unit can be stamped with the “UM” or “U” ASME symbol, denoting fabrication and testing performed by specific procedures.