What is a stabilizer column?
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People also ask, how does a condensate stabilizer work?
The condensate stabilizer flashes the lighter gases off of the gas stream by closely regulating the temperature and pressure of the stream through the stabilizer. Using this method, volatile hydrocarbons can be recovered from the gas, while the heavier hydrocarbons are condensed and remain as a liquid for transport.
One may also ask, what is condensate stabilization? Condensate stabilization is the process of increasing the amounts of the intermediate constituents (C3 to C5 hydrocarbon derivatives) and higher molecular weight constituents (C6 and C6+ hydrocarbon derivatives) in the condensate. From: Natural Gas (Second Edition), 2019.
Also, what is a Depropanizer column?
Depropanizer column is one of a distillation column that used to separate mixtures contain the propane from butane and other components. Depropanizer column fractionated feed into top product which is rich in propane and bottom product consisting of butane and naptha.
What is splitter column?
A splitter is usually a simple distillation column that makes a top and bottom product, whereby the feed has been "split" into two streams. These can be complex mixtures (e.g. a naphtha splitter making light and heavy naphtha) or simple mixtures (e.g. a C3 splitter separating propene from propane).