En Pres Cryogenic 0710 V2

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En Pres Cryogenic 0710 V2

  1. 1. OIL & GAS<br />CASE STUDY<br />v. 07-10<br />
  2. 2. Case Study Contents<br />1. Thermal Performance<br /><ul><li>Thermal Conductivity
  3. 3. Water Vapor Permeability
  4. 4. Environmental Durability</li></ul>2. Application Advantages<br /><ul><li>Answering Installation Difficulties
  5. 5. Installation Time
  6. 6. Easy Maintenance</li></ul>3. Cost Saving Analysis<br /><ul><li>Material Costs
  7. 7. Labor Costs
  8. 8. Maintenance Costs</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  9. 9. Case Study Contents<br />Technical Data Sheet<br /><ul><li>First Elastomeric Foam Approved by DNV
  10. 10. Thermal Conductivity = 0.023W/(m.k.) at -100°C)
  11. 11. Water Vapor Diffusion (µ) > 7000
  12. 12. A product with µ higher than 5,000 will provide water vapor diffusion tightness at low temperatures (less than +3°C)1
  13. 13. Keeps thermal conductivity low and constant throughout life of the plant
  14. 14. Minimize risk of corrosion(pH value= 7+/- 0.5)
  15. 15. Glass Transition Temp = -45°C. Under -45°C K-Flex ST and ECO will perform equal or better than foam glass2</li></ul>View K-Flex IN Clad Specification brochure for more info<br />View K-Flex IN Clad Specification brochure for more info<br />v. 07-10<br />
  16. 16. Application Advantages Example 1<br />BOG Compressors<br />v. 07-10<br />
  17. 17. Why use IN CLAD on BOG Compressors?<br /><ul><li>Compressors are very close to each other
  18. 18. Smalls pipes and equipment in between and underneath the compressors make installation hard
  19. 19. Rigid materials cannot effectively fill all gaps
  20. 20. A flexible product must be used to insulate properly</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  21. 21. Effective Installation Process<br />1. Use Glasswool to fill empty space<br />2. Install Alu Foil to allow the first layer to retract (-196°C)<br />3. Flexible K-FLEX ST is able to squeeze in between compressors, filling all gaps<br />4.End installing K-FLEX ST layers and K-FLEX IN-CLAD<br />v. 07-10<br />
  22. 22. Completed BOG Compressor with IN CLAD Gray<br />Flexible ST Foam with IN-CLAD Results:<br /><ul><li>Excellent Thermal Performance at Cryogenic Temperatures
  23. 23. Easier installation on uneven surfaces
  24. 24. Faster installation time with cutting done onsite
  25. 25. High resistant IN cladding = long lasting product</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  26. 26. Application Advantages Example 2<br />N2CC with IN CLAD<br />v. 07-10<br />
  27. 27. N2CC Application Difficulties<br />Difficulty:<br /><ul><li>Uneven surface, unsymmetrical shape
  28. 28. Correct insulation installation is vital for equipment to operate properly
  29. 29. The vacuum valves can only be opened after the insulation is installed
  30. 30. N2CC cannot function with condensation or rust inside</li></ul>Solution:<br /><ul><li>Create custom shape from standard rolls, onsite
  31. 31. No waiting for factory cut pieces
  32. 32. 1st Layer can be installed in 1 day
  33. 33. 6 layers total (300m2) complete after 8 days</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  34. 34. Solving Problems<br />(N2CC Application Difficulties 2)<br />Difficulty:<br /><ul><li>Glue against the machines for forbidden</li></ul>Solutions:<br /><ul><li>Use steel bars on bottom to fight gravity
  35. 35. Vertical sides: starting from top, glue only the edges of the first layer</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  36. 36. Solving Problems<br />Difficulty:<br /><ul><li>N2CC reaches -190°C
  37. 37. Causes equipment to retract
  38. 38. Technicians must be able to remove insulation to tighten bolts when equipment starts to run</li></ul>Solution:<br /><ul><li>Created easily removable pieces onsite
  39. 39. Technicians can quickly remove and re-apply the part without hiring skilled installers</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  40. 40. Finished N2CC with IN CLAD Gray<br />Application Advantages of<br /> Elastomeric Foam:<br /><ul><li>Flat surfaces, no thermal bridges and no glue on equipment
  41. 41. Rigid insulation materials cannot fit uneven surfaces
  42. 42. Simple maintenance with removable pieces
  43. 43. Injected polyurethane cannot be easily removed
  44. 44. Fast Installation time
  45. 45. Installed in 8 days
  46. 46. Allowed N2CC to become operational quickly</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  47. 47. Other Cryostar Application<br /><ul><li> BOG Condensers -196°C
  48. 48. Companders +135°C
  49. 49. Compressors -196°C
  50. 50. Expanders -196°C
  51. 51. Intercoolers +135°C
  52. 52. Interconnecting pipes +135°C
  53. 53. Flash Drum -196°C
  54. 54. BOG Compressor -196°C
  55. 55. N2CC -196°C / +80°C</li></ul>v. 07-10<br />
  56. 56. TECNOCRYO<br />ECOREL Project<br />COUNTRY: ItalyCLIENT: TECNOCRYOPROJECT: Thermal insulationprocesslinesOPERATING TEMPERATURE: -196 °C<br />The EcoRel re-liquefaction system relies on the principle of a closed nitrogen reverse Brayton cycle to produce the cold power needed to condense the BOG. The amount of cold production is proportional to the amount of boil off gas to be re-liquefied and is adapted by modifying the mass circulating in the nitrogen loop. The condensation temperature is a function of the boil off gas composition and of the selected pressure at which the condensation takes place.<br /> <br />The cycle includes 3 warm compression stages with intercoolers and after-coolers and one cryogenic expansion turbine combined in a single machine called a “compander”, a machine developed by Cryostar in 1996.<br />The cycle also includes a counter current heat exchanger and the condensing part in which the cold power is exchanged with the BOG. Operating flexibility determined the choice of splitting the condensing part into two elements: a de-superheater and a condenser. This arrangement allows the BOG loop to be started quickly, and process flexibility for different BOG compositions.<br />The BOG side consists of a two-stage compressor with inter-cooler, which relays the gas to the desuperheater and the condenser and then the return of the sub-cooled condensate to the tank.<br />v. 07-10<br />
  57. 57. TECNOCRYO<br />ECOREL Project<br />v. 07-10<br />
  58. 58. TECNOCRYO<br />ECOREL Project<br />v. 07-10<br />
  59. 59. SIAD<br />COUNTRY: ItalyCLIENT: SIAD spaPROJECT: maintenance process lines nitrogen-oxygen OPERATING <br />TEMPERATURE: -200 °C<br />Replacing perlite and fiberglass with elastomeric foam.Problem : degradation of the insulating material (glass wool and perlite) due to water infiltration. Solution: installing K-FLEX<br /> IN-CLAD SYSTEM<br />Before<br />After<br />v. 07-10<br />
  60. 60. SIAD<br />Before<br />After<br />Thermal bridge<br />v. 07-10<br />
  61. 61. NAVALMARE<br />Heattracing<br />Kashagan Project<br />COUNTRY: ItalyCLIENT: NAVALMAREPROJECT:Thermal insulationprocesslinesOPERATING TEMPERATURE: <br />from+5 °C to +90 °C<br />v. 07-10<br />
  62. 62. NAVALMARE<br />Kashagan Project<br />Velcro<br />v. 07-10<br />
  63. 63. Summary of Application Advantages<br />K-Flex Oil & Gas products distinguish themselves by:<br />Effectively solving installation problems for difficult applications<br />Allowing technicians easy access to their equipment for maintenance<br />Easily replacing products immediately from any<br /> K-FLEX distributor in the world <br />v. 07-10<br />
  64. 64. Cost Saving Analysis<br />Example of Potential Cost Savings<br />The following is an excerpt from a cost saving exercise conducted by an independent insulation contractor for an LNG train project1 :<br />“K-FLEX IN CLAD system for LNG application is offered as an alternative consideration because we believe it has the potential to provide:<br /><ul><li>Reduced material costs over current polyisocyanurate (PIR) or cellular glass systems
  65. 65. Reduced onsite application times over current PIR or cellular glass systems
  66. 66. Reduction in time of site man hours because of increased opportunity to pre process and fabricate the K-Flex LNG insulation system off site. (Tees, Valves, etc.)
  67. 67. Elimination of PIR dust, making a cleaner working environment and enabling a major reduction in onsite time spent vacuuming the work areas. Or in the case of cellular glass, the elimination of glass dust and smell of bad egg gas
  68. 68. Considerably reduced need for “screening” of insulation work areas because of the absence of PIR dust
  69. 69. Reduced inventory volumes because materials are flat stacked or cut from jumbo rolls. This means potential reduction in warehouse space
  70. 70. Ongoing reduced maintenance costs savings after commissioning”</li></ul>1 This cost comparison exercise was conducted by industrial contractor Giovenco Industries and AIS insulation distributors for the Gladstone LNG Project in Western Australia. Contact marketing department for more info on this report<br />v. 07-10<br />
  71. 71. Significant Price Decrease<br />An Example of Potential Price Decrease on Cryogenic Equipment1:<br />**** These numbers come from an actual cost analysis for a specific LNG project. The study was not conducted by K-FLEX The above chart is used as an example to demonstrate evidence of actual cost savings with K-FLEX LNG products. Price reduction is dependant on material and labor costs in each specific region and could vary, both higher or lower, depending on location and labor. <br />1Cost reduction was calculated by industrial contractor Giovenco Industries and AIS insulation distributors for the Gladstone LNG Project in Western Australia. Contact marketing department for more info on calculations<br />v. 07-10<br />
  72. 72. Sito: www.kflex.comArea Tecnica: www.kflexsystem.com<br />v. 07-10<br />

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