Gas Processing & LNG

Ladish Cryogenic Valves

GAS PROCESSING & LNG

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Degrees Fahrenheit

The main structural feature
of these valves is the
enclosed vapor chamber
which isolates the packing
from the the cryogenic
fluid, allowing the packing
to function properly.

THE LADISH DIFFERENCE

DEPENDABLE PERFORMANCE AT SUB-ZERO TEMPERATURES

Ladish custom designed bonnets and modified extended bonnets provide safe, dependable service to LNG receiving terminals and liquefication facilities as well as processes using liquid nitrogen and hydrogen.

THE LADISH DIFFERENCE

DEPENDABLE PERFORMANCE AT SUB-ZERO TEMPERATURES

Ladish custom designed bonnets and modified extended bonnets provide safe, dependable service to LNG receiving terminals and liquefication facilities as well as processes using liquid nitrogen and hydrogen.

Choosing valves for cryogenic service can be complicated.

The production, transport and storage of liquefied gases such as oxygen, nitrogen and natural gas demand a thoughtful solution.

Gas Processing

Gas processing is a range of industrial processes designed to purify raw natural gas by removing common contaminants such as water, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. This is designed so that the plant can deliver pipeline-quality dry natural gas that can be used as fuel by residential, commercial and industrial consumers.

Separation

Raw natural gas is collected from wells and is processed to remove water & natural gas condensate

The condensate is generally transported to a refinery

Water is disposed of as wastewater

Processing

Raw natural gas travels through a pipeline to a gas processing plant where initial purification begins

Acid gases such as hydrogen sulfide and CO2 are removed through a processes called Amine Treating

Acid gases are routed to a sulfur recovery unit which converts hydrogen sulfide into sulfuric acid

Dehydration

The process in which water vapor is remoced from the gas

Using low temperature distillation, nitrogen is removed from the gas

Recovery

The processes used to recover natural gas liquids (NGL) using a fractionating column

LNG

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a natural gas that has been cooled to a liquid state for shipping and storage. The volume of natural gas in its liquid state is about 600 times smaller than its volume in its gaseous state in a natural gas pipeline.

Liquefication

The process by which pollutants are removed from the natural gas

C02 is absorbed and removed from the natural gas so that ice doesn’t form

Hydrocarbons are removed by fractionation to then be liquefied 

Transport

NGL is transported as a mixed product to local refineries and/or chemical plants for use in feedstocks

For lengthy travel or travel in which pipeline is inaccessible, natural gas is routed by ship as LNG and re-converted into gas by the end consumer

Storage

At import terminals, LNG is offloaded into cryogenic storage tanks before its returned to its gaseous state

Regasfication

LNG is reheated with a heat exchanger and converted back into gas using methods such as submerged combustion and open rack vaporizing 

GAS PROCESSING

Gas processing is a range of industrial processes designed to purify raw natural gas by removing common contaminants such as water, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. This is designed so that the plant can deliver pipeline-quality dry natural gas that can be used as fuel by residential, commercial and industrial consumers.

LNG

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a natural gas that has been cooled to a liquid state for shipping and storage. The volume of natural gas in its liquid state is about 600 times smaller than its volume in its gaseous state in a natural gas pipeline.

Gas Processing

Separation

Raw natural gas is collected from wells and is processed to remove water & natural gas condensate

The condensate is generally transported to a refinery

Water is disposed of as wastewater

Processing

Raw natural gas travels through a pipeline to a gas processing plant where initial purification begins

Acid gases such as hydrogen sulfide and CO2 are removed through a processes called Amine Treating

Acid gases are routed to a sulfur recovery unit which converts hydrogen sulfide into sulfuric acid

Dehydration

The process in which water vapor is remoced from the gas

Using low temperature distillation, nitrogen is removed from the gas

Recovery

The processes used to recover natural gas liquids (NGL) using a fractionating column

LNG

Liquefication

The process by which pollutants are removed from the natural gas

C02 is absorbed and removed from the natural gas so that ice doesn’t form

Hydrocarbons are removed by fractionation to then be liquefied 

Transport

NGL is transported as a mixed product to local refineries and/or chemical plants for use in feedstocks

For lengthy travel or travel in which pipeline is inaccessible, natural gas is routed by ship as LNG and re-converted into gas by the end consumer

Storage

At import terminals, LNG is offloaded into cryogenic storage tanks before its returned to its gaseous state

Regasfication

LNG is reheated with a heat exchanger and converted back into gas using methods such as submerged combustion and open rack vaporizing 

Power Generation

Transmission

Industrial

Consumers

Distribution

Natural Gas Applications

  • Industrial heating
  • Fuel for power stations
  • Household fuel for cooking, heating, hot water
  • LNG vehicle fuel
  • Raw material for chemical synthesis

Ladish Cryogenic Product Range

PRODUCT RANGE

CAST CRYOGENIC

Ladish Valves stainless steel cryogenic valves are produced to the rigid ‘Controlled Quality’ standards that assure dependable operating performance at sub-zero temperatures. The production, transport and storage of liquefied gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, natural gas (down to –425°F) demand a thoughtful solution.

PRODUCT RANGE

FORGED CRYOGENIC

Ladish Valves ability to manufacture specifically designed cryogenic valves and to convert standard valves to cryogenic service, all in-house, allows for a completely controlled quality process. In addition, custom modification requests and any associated non-destructive testing can be expedited.

281.880.8560 or 866-523-4740

7603 Bluff Point Dr. Houston, TX 77086, United States

sales@ladishvalves.com

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