High wear resistance in harsh oil and gas operations is provided by newly launched hydrocyclone parts for efficient sand control and desanding.
The ceramic components comprise Deranox 975 alumina’s high mechanical strength and special design for wear resistance. Deranox 975 also delivers high thermal stability and outstanding corrosion resistance.
The hydrocyclone parts are involved in upstream oil production to separate solids from water or liquid hydrocarbon streams. There they help prevent sand buildup in separators and pipelines plus protect such sensitive equipment as export pumps and heat exchangers.
The ceramic parts’ high mechanical strength and durability in harsh, highly erosive and corrosive conditions, enable hydrocyclones to be robust — and especially to withstand severe abrasion from sand’s rotational flow, it’s noted.
Complete hydrocyclone parts information is available free for the asking.
Morgan Technical Ceramics, Bewdley Road, Stourport, Worcestershire DY13 8QR United Kingdom
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