Glycol Reclamation at its Finest
The PACER by Cimarron Tank brings patented glycol reclamation technology directly to where you need it, keeping you in production and saving you money.
Utilizing a sidestream, the PACER connects to the dehydrator unit to allow the spent glycol to pass through it while it continues to operate. The PACER purifies the glycol in a single cycle using vacuum distillation in a closed system while the dehydrator continues to run.
The PACER cleans both the glycol and the dehydrator unit itself, combining preventative mechanical maintenance with glycol purification.
Batch Process Purification
The PACER can also be used to reclaim spent glycol in a batch process by connecting it to a holding tank. This additional point of glycol purification allows natural gas operators to reuse their full glycol supply.
Protecting the Environment
The PACER’s technology is designed to absorb hydrocarbons from the glycol, reducing the volume of operationally unfriendly waste disposal by 97 percent to cut disposal costs and protect the environment.
The PACER by Cimarron Tank is capable of removing many contaminants from glycol, including chlorides, total dissolved solids, iron and light condensate. Users also experience a significant reduction in chemical emissions from benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene (BTEX) and volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions.
Triethylene glycol (TEG) input costs can be one of the largest line-items in a natural gas processor’s budget. On average, dehydrators require up to 1,000 gallons of glycol, which needs to be replaced every 10 to 12 months.
The PACER by Cimarron Tank solves the glycol challenge by reclaiming up to 90 percent of spent glycol, significantly lowering TEG input costs while simultaneously removing unwanted organic compounds that pollute the air and are costly to dispose. How much could the PACER by Cimarron Tank help your bottom line?