Gas conditioning is a critical part of several industrial applications and energy processes.
In order to condition the fuel supply and instrument gas at the desired location, the fuel-gas conditioning system combines various systems into a single package.
The absence of proper treatment for untreated fuel gas poses a potential danger as it may spontaneously ignite, putting lives and limbs at risk. Additionally, the absence of conditioning can result in devastating consequences for machine components, causing erosion.
Fuel gas conditioning systems are sometimes skid-mounted for easier transportation and storage. Fuel gas conditioning systems are usually comprised of a scrubber, gas heater, pressure control, filtration, and occasionally temporary gas storage for fuel switching.