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Dry gas seals are a critical part of modern centrifugal compressors. Clean and dry seal gas is critical for the reliable operation of the compressor but oftentimes overlooked. The Lube-Power seal gas panel is designed to supply seal the primary and secondary seals with clean, dry gas and to monitor the condition of the seal over time.

Lube-Power, Inc. supplies affordable Seal Gas Support Systems in accordance with API (American Petroleum Institute) / ISO (International Organization for Standardization) ISO 10438:2008 Part 4 or ANSI/API 614 Fifth Edition Chapter 4 for your application. API defines these as the special-purpose arrangement of piping, filters, and instrumentation used to control and monitor the pressure or flow of seal, buffer or separation gas to the equipment shaft end seals. They are designed for uninterrupted, continuous operation in critical unspared service. We also supply versions for customers that need more or fewer features than is defined by the API Part 2/Chapter 2 requirements.

Each system is arranged for seal gas (dry, filtered gas supplied to the high-pressure side of a self-acting gas seal) and secondary seal gas supply (clean purge gas supplied to the area between the seals of a tandem self-acting gas seal) at the correct volume, pressure, and temperature to rotating equipment components (e.g. API 617 Compressor, etc.).

Lube-Power, Inc. has pre-engineered ISO 10438:2008 Part 4 or ANSI/API 614 Fifth Edition Chapter 4 systems for customers that do not have additional requirements. We also modify a standard system or start with a custom-engineered solution depending upon the customer requirements at no additional cost. Our experienced staff routinely reviews customer specifications and we work through simple to complex applications while educating the customer when needed as part of our engineered solutions service

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We pride ourselves on manufacturing high quality products that meet and sometimes exceed the demands of both our customers and the harsh environments they may operate. Our employees have extensive experience, and coupled with their high skill are able to ensure that all equipment leaving our facilities is fully ready to face the rigours it was designed for. Reviews of how improvements can be made occur regularly and frequently, with all employees having an opportunity to contribute to suggestions and changes.

High Purity Northwest builds automatic lubrication systems to ensure delivery of clean pressurized oil in critical applications. Our systems are available in a wide range of flow rates and pressures and are built using the most reliable, time tested components available. These systems can be ordered to meet API 614 5th edition standards and may include stainless steel construction, redundant AC or DC powered pumps, Absolute rated BETA 1000 filtration, and precise manual or automated control of flow, pressure and temperature. These systems also may include oil condition monitoring and built in oil purification.

We offer the latest in 3D modeling and CAD engineering to create pre-construction approval drawings. Any system ordered for a new installation or replacement of an aging system, is built to your exact specifications.

High Purity Northwest Centralized Circulating Lubrication Systems are built with plant reliability in mind. Our company history revolves around building systems specifically designed to enhance overall reliability, oil quality and the elimination of unplanned downtime. Most of the systems we build include filtration and purification technology to remove moisture, air and fine particles. We understand that the lifeblood of any rotating or reciprocating equipment is the lubricating oil, so we ensure that all our systems are capable of keeping the oil in pristine condition.

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We design whole compressed air systems consisting of compressor, blower as well as ancillary equipment such as pre coolers, dryers, filters, receiver tanks,closed cooling systems, chilled water systems as per the client's requirements.For the optimum performance of the compressed air system, the package integration is important. Our major experiences are focused on integrating compressorswith a structural common skid, dryer & filters, receiver tank, interconnecting piping & valves, tubing, instruments, electric and control system (PLC).All systems complete assembled, integrated and tested in our shop.Specific performance, size and requirements of products are available upon request.

I am an extremely avid reader and usually devour two or three books a week. My library is packed with books ranging from the short and easy-to-read 200-page fiction crime and mystery novels to profound literary 1,200-page anthologies and historical compendiums.

But I must also shamefully admit that I frequently end up picking up all the short books and seldom have the time or mental energy to crack open any text that is longer than 500 pages. These books are just too long, have too much information and are too much of a time commitment.

My workplace is unfortunately no different. Nobody reads equipment manuals, specifications and standards that are more than a hundred pages long. Given the easy access we have to a wealth of information via the internet and email, we generally can and will avoid reading long and exhaustive documents.

For example, has anyone ever actually read the entire 910 pages of National Electric Code NFPA 70? This is only one of the important standards in the oil & gas industry, defining critical area classifications and electrical wiring requirements for all hydrocarbon installations. But I do not know anyone who has read it. I certainly have not. I just do not have that much time and patience.

Industry standards for machinery, such as API 616 or ISO 3977 for gas turbines, API 617 for compressors, and ASME PTC for performance testing, are commonly used in the oil & gas and power industries for the procurement of turbomachinery. Most of these standards were originally developed by professional engineering societies, such as the American Petroleum Institute (API), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEEE) and others to provide quality assurance, product uniformity, and minimum safety standards for widely used equipment such as compressors, pumps or expanders.

Similarly, for reciprocating compressors, API 618 2nd edition, released in 1974, was 39 pages long. The most recent release of API 618 edition (6th) is 216 pages long. Is the 216-page standard really that much better than the 39-page standard?

And some standards are just excessive: API 614 for lubrication oil systems is over 300 pages long and API 617 for axial and centrifugal compressors is nearly 400 pages long. But it gets worse: Each one of these standards cross-references many other standards.

For example, API 616 references 94 other standards, comprising a total of over 16,000 pages of specifications. And then there are duplicate and redundant standards published by competing organizations such as ISO, API, ASME and IEEE for very similar equipment. Who has time to read all this?

Klaus Brun is the Machinery Program Director at Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas. He is also the past Chair of the Board of Directors of the ASME International Gas Turbine Institute and the IGTI Oil & Gas applications committee.

Alain LOPPINET CEN TC12 LIST OF ISO TC67 STANDARDS With the adoption in API, CEN and various other Standards Developing Organisations On the 31 st of December 2009 Alain LOPPINET 1 29/03/2010

for long, trouble-free service life of the rotating equipment API 614, Fourth Edition, Chapter 3 (1999), general purpose lube oil system standard for the pump (Figure 6) balance the pressure on both sides of the transfer valve to facilitate

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