- The vessel is designed to API 6A, ASME VIIIDiv.1/2
- Size Range: Up to 36” OD
- Flow Rate: up to 42 MMSCFD
- Max working Pressure: up to 15,000 PSIG
- The Working Temperature: Up to 200 Deg C
- Material Grade: Alloy Steel DD/EE
- Specification Level: PSL1 or PSL 2
- Performance Level: PR2
- Third party inspection by DNV or Bureau Veritas
- Unit mounted on a Heavy-Duty Skid
- Real time acoustic sand monitoring system (optional)
Accreditation vs Certification
Kapwell offers years of experience in improving and advancing seperator equipment design to make them more reliable, with modern technologies that perform in all climates and are cost effective. Our equipment are UKCA / CE marked and ATEX certified, and complies with latest applicable ASME, API, DNV, and ABS standards.
The Sand Separator (Trap) consists of a vertically positioned cyclonic vessel. The Sand Separator (Trap) is supplied with required Pipe and Instrument fittings are included. The design of the Sand Separator (Trap), directs the flow from the wellstream, downwards inside the vessel, at the bottom of the vessel, the sand, solids and heavier substances accumulate, and are drained away or removed by the blowdown system. The lighter substances, such as oil / gas, rise to the top of the vessel and exit via a pipe.
Features & Benefits
- ATEX Zone 1
- DNV or Bureau Veritas- Certification
- Design to API & ASME
- Meets PED/EU regulatory
- Offshore environment design
- Fits to smallest footprint
- Reduce maintenance and service
- Suitable for HP/HT applications
Oil and Gas Industry
Hydrocyclone filters are used in the oil and gas industry to separate oil and water. The filters are used to remove water and other impurities from the oil, making it suitable for further processing.
Water and Wastewater Treatment
Hydrocyclone filters are commonly used in water treatment plants to remove suspended solids from water. The filters can be used to remove sand, silt, and other small particles from water, making it safe for human consumption or for industrial use.
Hydrocyclone filters are used in the mining industry to separate particles according to their size and shape. The filters can be used to remove sand and other impurities from ore, making it easier to extract valuable minerals.
Food and beverage industry
Hydrocyclone filters are used in the food and beverage industry to remove impurities from liquids, such as fruit juice, beer, and wine. The filters can be used to remove sediment, yeast, and other particles from the liquid, improving its clarity and taste.
Hydrocyclone filters are used in the chemical industry to separate particles according to their size and shape. The filters can be used to remove impurities from chemicals, making them suitable for further processing.