Project Description

CGT 65 – BUFFER FLUID SYSTEMS

  • CGT 65
  • CGT 65
  • For reducing barrier fluid pressure at
    standstill an automatic relief valve is
    provided
  • Reversible double filter is provided for the
    fluid to pass through the oil cooler
  • Level Switch with contact for minimum level
  • Barrier fluid pressure can be controlled
    manually
  • Maximum operating temperature in the tank
    to be maintained at 80 oC (return line
    maximum 90 oC)
  • For monitoring the pump discharge pressure
    (outside the circuit) an additional pressure
    connection is provided
  • Temperature monitoring is achieved by
    providing a return line and tank thermometer
  • For reducing barrier fluid pressure at
    standstill an automatic relief valve is
    provided
  • Reversible double filter is provided for the
    fluid to pass through the oil cooler
  • Level Switch with contact for minimum level
  • Barrier fluid pressure can be controlled
    manually
  • Maximum operating temperature in the tank
    to be maintained at 80 oC (return line
    maximum 90 oC)
  • For monitoring the pump discharge pressure
    (outside the circuit) an additional pressure
    connection is provided
  • Temperature monitoring is achieved by
    providing a return line and tank thermometer
  • Chemical industry
  • Oil and gas industry
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Refining technology
  • BFS range of barrier pressure units are
    designed to perform various functions of a
    barrier system which is essential for
    operating double seals (circulation and
    cooling of the barrier medium, pressurisation
    of the barrier fluid and compensation of
    leakage). The BFS systems are designed to
    operate with hydraulic oil having viscosity
    values ranging from 12 to 90 mm2/s under
    normal operating temperature of the
    equipment. The final selection of optimum
    viscosity of the oil to be used has to be
    ascertained independently in accordance
    with the respective operating parameters of
    the equipment