Pigging using Nitrogen Gas
MVS recently commissioned 2 – PSA Nitrogen plants to an Indian multinational conglomerate company. Its diversified businesses includes resources, logistics, agribusiness and energy sectors. The Group is the largest port developer and our 2 plants are supplied to their oil tanking terminal in Western India.
Customer procured PSA Nitrogen Gas Plant from MVS of following specifications:
Technology : PSA Technology
Capacity: 350 NM3/hr each
Application: Pigging & Blanketing
The imported chemical and petrochemical products are being handled at the port and nitrogen is being used for pigging of pipelines plus inerting of big sized tanks.
Whether performing major maintenance or remedial treatments on the pipeline, using nitrogen as an inert propellant for moving ?pigs? through pipeline is standard?practiced. Nitrogen is the gas of choice to displace oxygen, retard oxidation, break the ?fire triangle? and prevent explosions.
Nitrogen blanketing is widely used in many industries to prevent fires, explosion, or degradation of products during their production, storage, and transport. By implementing best practices in your blanketing system, you may find opportunities to reduce costs and improve safety.
Concentration control blanketing
An oxygen monitoring system controls the flow of nitrogen into the headspace of the tank. A concentration control system can help enable precise operation and reduce gas usage compared to continuous purging.
About MVS Engineering Limited
MVS Engineering is a turnkey supplier of Gas generation equipment for Nitrogen, Oxygen and Hydrogen gases. We also manufacture Air, Gas, Liquid Dryers and Gas Purification systems. MVS is the largest supplier of gaseous Nitrogen, Oxygen and Hydrogen plants in India. Besides India, MVS also regularly exports it?s equipment to the Middle East, Africa, South East Asia and Europe.
MVS was founded in 1977 and for last 38 years has supplied over 8000 skid-mounted units worldwide. Read more about the company in the About Us section of our website.