Pump Applications

Sundyne centrifugal API/ISO and sealless pumps are primarily specified in refineries, oil and gas production, petro-chemical plants, chemical production, pipelines, hydrocarbon processing, power generation, manufacturing and engineered water. Thousands of Sundyne pumps are in use around the world processing caustics, sulfuric acid, hydrocracking, waxy oil, condesate, coking, transfer, boiler plant, ethanol, biodiesel, distillation, regeneration, alkylation, sulfur removal, sour water, alkylation, aromatics, cuastics, reforming, hydrotreating, LNG, desalination, reverse osmosis, amine, sour water, fuel boost, flasre gas scrubbing, ethylene, propylene, heat transfer, cryogenic, liquefied gases, reactor feed, propane transfer, chemical injection, wastewater, pollution control and hundreds of other tough applications. Sundyne engineers robust pumps that meet exacting standards and stand up to tough environments to meet your application needs.

 

Pump Applications

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  • Boiler Feedwater Systems

    Boiler Feedwater Systems supply high-pressure water to the boiler during startup, normal, and emergency operations.

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  • Booster

    Booster applications are utilized where the normal system pressure is low and needs to be increased.

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  • Brine

    Brine is water saturated or nearly saturated with a salt (usually sodium chloride).

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  • Brine Disposal

    A method of treating and disposing of waste water containing salt.

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  • Brine Injection

    When oil and gas are extracted, large amounts of brine are typically brought to the surface.

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  • Brine Treatment

    Brine treatment utilizes additives to nuetralize the brine latent liquids.

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  • Bulk Chemicals

    Bulk chemicals are chemicals produced and distributed in large quantities.

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  • Butane Transfer

    Butane is a gaseous component of natural gas, much like gasoline is a component of crude oil. While petroleum products like gasoline are refined, natural gas products like butane are extracted.

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  • Cargo Loading and Unloading

    Cargo loading and unloading refers to any liquid transfer of product to rail cars, trucks, ships or other methods of transportation.

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  • Catalytic Cracking

    In petroleum geology and chemistry, cracking is the process whereby complex organic molecules such as kerogens or heavy hydrocarbons are broken down into simpler molecules.

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