Typically, traditional piston and diaphragm designs use a high-pressure source, which is the best way of transporting large volumes of gas, and this pressure must be reduced during the start-up phase. This can be very costly if the installation or process requires frequent starting and stopping. Alternatively, electric-driven gas boosters are designed to start in a loaded condition and offer key advantages over traditional gas boosting methods.
When selecting a gas transfer and pressurization system for your facility, careful selection is essential. You have to weigh the benefits and challenges of the various gas boosting designs, finding the method and equipment that will help you transfer gases with maximum efficiency. Haskel offers the widest range of gas boosters with three distinct drive technologies: pneumatic, hydraulic, and electric. With so many options, it can be difficult to choose the right-fit gas pressurization system that will deliver the maximum ROI.
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