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Oil Production
Peerless offers a complete solution for crude oil processing starting from separation of three-phase well fluid consisting of crude oil, gas and water into three different streams followed by further treatment of the crude oil employing a range of technologies to meet crude oil sales specification. Peerless can offer a single equipment as well as the complete oil treatment train to meet client requirements.

Peerless offers the following technologies and solutions for crude oil processing:

  • Production and Test Separator
  • Heater Treater
  • Desalter / Dehydrator
  • Crude Stabilisation Column
  • Early Production Facility
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Desalter / Dehydrator
Peerless offers Desalters/ Dehydrators designed with state-of-the-art technologies to achieve most stringent Performance Guarantees requirement in Crude Oil Processing Units or Refineries. Ideal for early production and central production facilities, the units can fit within a compact footprint. They are available in modular solutions for offshore and FPSO applications. These units can meet performance guarantees of 0.1 to 0.5 BS&W and salt Guarantees of up to 5-10 PTB. These units are designed to process crudes ranging from Light Condensate to Heavy Opportunity Crudes.

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore – Mobile Offshore Production units (MOPU)
  • Offshore – FPSO Topsides
  • Onshore – Oil and Gas Processing Facilities
  • Onshore – Early Production Facilities (EPF)
  • Refineries & Petrochemical


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Production and Test Separator
Well fluid streams originating from wellheads consist of crude gas, oil, condensate, associated produced water and several other contaminants. The primary purpose of the Production Separators is to facilitate the bulk separation of gas and produced water from the crude oil prior to further processing. Production Separators are critical equipment for any upstream oil and gas processing facility as they have a significant impact on the operation of downstream equipment. CECO Peerless can design separators to achieve gas outlet performance of 0.1 USGal/ MMSCFD (99.9% removal of liquid droplets of sizes > 8µm), water in oil of 2-5% PPM and oil in water of 500-1000 PPM. However, this can be customised based on specific customer requirements.

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore – Process Platforms/ Wellheads/ FPSOs for High, medium and low-pressure Oil and Gas Separation, Test Separators, Slug Catchers, Gas/ Condensate Separators
  • Onshore – Free water Knock Out Drum (FKOD), Slug Catchers, FWKODs




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Heater Treater
Heater Treater offers a reliable and cost-effective solution to heat crude and accelerate the separation of produced water and crude oil. Our Heater Treaters come with the options of mechanical separation using our high efficiency Colaescer Plate Packs or separation using electrostatic forces to meet stringent guarantees. These units are designed to process crudes ranging from Light Condensate to Heavy Opportunity Crudes.

Typical Applications:

  • Oil and Gas Processing Facilities
  • Early Production Facilities (EPF)


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Crude Stabilization Column
Crude / Condensate Stabilization is used to remove the light ends and H2S from crude oil to meet sales specification and ensure safe transportation and storage of crude oil. Stabilization also improves recovery of valuable crude oil and reduces the atmospheric emissions of volatile hydrocarbons.   The Stabilizer Columns are provided with high performance Peerless Internals to ensure efficient separation and handling of variable turndown capability. The modular system includes Column with internals, exchanger, reboiler, pumps along with piping and instruments. If the objective is only to remove H2S from crude oil or condensate, Peerless offers compact stripper columns where sour crude or condensate is stripped by means of sweet gas or nitrogen. These units are designed to process crudes ranging from Light Condensate to Heavy Opportunity Crudes.

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore – Mobile Offshore Production units (MOPU)
  • Offshore – FPSO Topsides
  • Onshore – Oil and Gas Processing Facilities
  • Onshore – Early Production Facilities (EPF)


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Early Production Facility
An Early Production Facility (EPF) is a modularised integrated solution for oil and gas production which enables customers start oil/gas production on fast track basis. Time is the key factor to achieve the commercial benefit. EPFs are preferred by several oil and gas operators for marginal field development or to quickly monetize the fields prior to installation of a permanent facility for oil and gas production which provides financial and operational benefits.

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore – Mobile Offshore Production units (MOPU)
  • Onshore – upstream oil/ gas processing

Peerless Guarantees:

CECO Peerless can offer the following guarantees for Early Production Facilities based on the in-house product and technology expertise:

Process Gas Treatment:

  • Gas Sweetening Unit (GSU): <= 50 PPM v/v H2S and 3-5% CO2 in treated gas
  • Gas Dehydration Unit (GDU): 7 lbs/ MMSCF water in treated gas
  • HC and Water Dew point control (-50 C to -200 C and 00 C to -100 C respectively)

Process Gas Treatment:

  • Gas Sweetening Unit (GSU): <= 50 PPM v/v H2S and 3-5% CO2 in treated gas
  • Gas Dehydration Unit (GDU): 7 lbs/ MMSCF water in treated gas
  • HC and Water Dew point control (-50 C to -200 C and 00 C to -100 C respectively)

Oil Treatment package:

  • Water in crude oil: BS&W <= 0.1 - 0.5% v/v
  • Onshore – upstream oil/ gas processing
  • Crude oil RVP: <10 psia
  • Salt content: 5- 10 PTB

Oily/ Produced water package:

  • Oil in water: <5 PPM using primary, secondary treatment and tertiary treatment
  • TSS: < 3 microns


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Gas Processing and Transmission
Peerless is a pioneer in gas separation, filtration and processing technologies. Our unrivaled portfolio of natural gas treatment technologies enables our customers to choose the optimal solution for natural gas processing to meet their sales specification. Peerless offers process internals, equipment or complete skid-mounted package along with auxiliaries to meet client requirements.
  • Scrubbers / Filters / Coalescers
  • Vane Separator
  • Centrifugal Separator
  • Filter Separator
  • Ultra-Filter Separator
  • Absolute Separator
  • Mercury Removal Unit
  • Gas Sweetening Unit
  • Gas Dehydration
  • Fuel Gas Conditioning System
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Gas Sweetening
H2S and CO2 are most common sour (acid) gas contaminants present in natural gas. In order to make natural gas fit for commercial usage, it is mandatory to remove these containments. The process of removing H2S and CO2 from natural gas is called gas sweetening. Depending upon the process requirement, there are various technology available to remove H2S and CO2. Amine based is the most economical and widely used process for Gas Sweetening. However, for smaller flow rate Membrane based or solid bed adsorbent man also be used. To have an optimum design, the type of amine selected is very important. CECO Peerless can assist customers not only with the correct selection of amine but also design of units from FEED to Commissioning Stage. We can offer complete package design using any the following amine types:
  • MEA (Mono- Ethanol amine)
  • DEA (Di-Ethanol amine)
  • MDEA (Methyl-di-ethanol amine)
  • Specialty Amines

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore- Process Platforms/ FPSO/ MOPU
  • Onshore- Gas Processing Plant/ Refinery/ EPF/ Well Testing site
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Gas Dehydration
Gas Dehydration is a widely used application in Gas Processing Plants. This process is carried out to remove moisture from natural gas to achieve the required water dew point for pipeline specification or for downstream processing like NGL extraction. This process is required to prevent hydrates formation at low temperatures and reduce corrosion problems due to the presence of carbon dioxide or hydrogen sulfide present in natural gas. Based on the required outlet gas specification, Gas Dehydration process is classified into the following processes:
  • Glycol Based Gas Dehydration Process
  • Molecular Sieve Gas Dehydration Process

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore – Process Platforms/ FPSO/ MOPU
  • Onshore – Gas Processing Plants/ Refineries/ EPF

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Mercury Removal
Mercury causes severe hazardous corrosion (liquid-metal embrittlement) of aluminum heat exchangers in cryogenic plants, pipes, fittings and control valves containing non-ferrous metals by amalgam formation. Being toxic, Mercury can easily dissolve in aqueous streams or produced water streams and poison catalysts at the downstream equipment. Mercury removal is a three-stage process that starts with natural gas flowing into the inlet gas coalescer for bulk removal of liquid followed by fine removal of liquid in the coalescing section. Liquid droplets of sizes more than 0.3µm are removed to ensure dry gas flows into the mercury removal bed. This is vital for the long life of the bed media. In the second stage, this liquid-free gas flows into the mercury removal unit, where the elemental mercury is absorbed by proprietary media absorbent (mixed metal sulphides). In the third stage the mercury-free gas is taken to an After Filter to remove any solid dust carried over from the mercury removal bed unit.

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore—Process Platforms, Wellheads and FPSOs
  • Onshore—Oil and Gas Processing Facilities, EPF
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Fuel Gas Conditioning System
Fuel Gas conditioning (FGC) system is primarily provided to treat fuel gas by removing any solids and liquid content and set the gas process conditions such as temperature and pressure to meet emission norms and extend the life of downstream equipment. If unconditioned process gas is sent directly to the gas engine turbines/ generators/ burners, it can damage their internal components. Hence, process gas, sourced from a slip-up stream of GDU or sales gas pipelines, requires pre-treatment prior to being used as fuel gas. Presence of even a minute quantity of liquid droplets or solids can severely damage the combustion engine of the turbines, resulting in failure of the equipment and voiding its warranty.

Typical Applications:

  • Offshore Process Platforms/ Wellheads/ FPSO/ MOPUs/ Drilling rigs
  • Onshore – Oil & Gas Processing, Early Production, Well Testing, Refineries, Gas plants, Produced water treatment units
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Gas Separator/ Filters / Coalescers

Vane Separator

Vane separators provide high-efficiency, high-capacity gas and liquid removal with smaller vessels in small footprint slug removal applications with space and piping limitations. Standard vane separators provide options for horizontal, vertical or line separators or can be custom-engineered to address unique application requirements.

Typical applications:

  • Gas transmission and metering
  • Fuel gas conditioning
  • Oil mist removal
  • Chemical plants
  • Ammonia and urea plants
  • Desiccant bed production
  • Molecular sieve protection
  • SAGD (Wet Stream)

Centrifugal Separator

Centrifugal separation uses gravitational, inertial and centrifugal forces to effectively remove solid particles and liquids from gas without moving parts. The Multi-Cyclone Scrubber is best for applications that require both particle and liquid removal. The Horizontal or Vertical Swirl Tube Separator is best for liquid removal in small installation footprints.

Typical Applications:

  • Distribution systems
  • Mainline transmission stations
  • Industrial process applications
  • Gas gathering systems
  • Petrochemical plants
  • Slug catching
  • Absorption processes
  • Reciprocating compressor protection
  • Black powder separation

Filter Separator

For both solid and liquid contaminants, Peerless Filter Separators provide economical, effective, highly efficient removal of solid and liquid particles from gas streams. This helps protect valuable mechanical equipment and optimise the efficiency of processes. Peerless Filter Separators are available in vertical or horizontal, and single or double-barrel configurations. Access to the filter elements can be either full or reduced diameter and either bolted or quick opening closure designs.

Typical Applications:

  • Gas distribution systems
  • Compressor stations
  • Pipelines
  • Metering and regulation stations
  • Natural gas plants
  • Power plants
  • Refineries
  • Petrochemical plants
  • Chemical plants

Ultra-Filter Separator

Peerless Ultra Filter-Separators have more filter surface area and our finest P6X liquid separation vanes come in a compact, cost efficient package. This helps protect valuable mechanical equipment using optimized filtration-separation equipment. For vessels above 36” in diameter, the Ultra design can offer a 10-20% or more savings in initial capital investment vs. other filter-separators. The Ultra was designed and developed at the Peerless Research and Development labs in Texas. Furthermore, 3rd party independent lab test results confirm the removal efficiency stated in the Peerless performance guarantee and prove the Ultra’s superior performance against other filter-separators.

Typical Applications:

  • Gas Distribution Systems
  • Compressor Stations
  • Pipelines
  • Metering and Regulation Stations
  • Natural Gas Plants
  • Power Plants
  • Refineries/Petrochemical Plants
  • Chemical Plants

Absolute Separator Filters

The Peerless Absolute Separator is a single or multi-stage device for the maximum separation efficiency of sub-micron liquid droplets in critical services. At the inlet of the primary separation section, small diameter cyclones or vanes remove liquid and solid particles by utilising the dynamics of centrifugal force and gravity. By removing the bulk of the entrained liquid in this stage, the Peerless design increases the life of the high-efficiency coalescing elements and minimizes the pressure drop. This results in longer timeframes between changing the elements and a reduction in operating costs and downtime.

Typical Applications:

  • Ammonia & Urea Plants
  • Desiccant Bed Protection
  • Chemical Plants
  • Oil Mist Removal
  • Critical Gas Processes
  • Fuel Gas Conditioning
  • Molecular Sieve Protection
  • Gas Transmission/Metering
  • Power Plants

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Industrial/Sewage Water Treatment
CECO Peerless provides Sewage and Industrial Wastewater Packages to ensure safe disposal as per international regulations or provide further purification for reuse purposes such as cooling water or boiler make up water, we use different technologies to achieve the required effluent wastewater quality using wide range of biological technologies such as moving bed bio reactor MBBR and membrane bio reactor MBR.
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Wastewater Headworks Treatment
The Headworks treatment reduces the level of pollutants in the incoming domestic and industrial wastewater to a level suitable for further treatment to ensure that the complex treatment of physical, chemical and biological processes work effectively and efficiently.

Typical Headworks Treatment Applications: 

  • Screening industrial wastewater containing high level of oil, suspended solids, ammonia
  • Protecting equipment from large objects at the headworks
  • Cost effective alternative to traditional technologies
  • Fine Screening primary treatment strategies safeguard sensitive equipment like MBRs.
  • Screening, Washing & Compacting separate fecal materials from inorganics and produce a clean, dry and compacted product of screenings
  • Reducing sludge handling

The headworks treatment includes different type of screening, oil removal, clarifications and other chemical physical process that help the influent wastewater to be suitable for further treatment and protect the downstream treatment from abrasion and clogging, the following systems are widely used:
  • Primary Treatment – Wastewater Screens
  • Coarse Screening and Grinding
  • Bar Screening
  • Fine Headworks Screens
  • Washing and Compacting
  • Combined grease, Oil, Sand & Grit Removal
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Moving Bed Bio-Reactor
The MBBR process, introduced by the late 1980s, is a biological membrane process that uses an activated sludge process, but enhanced by floating bio-carriers where biofilm can grow. MBBR is widely used for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment.

Typical Applications:

  • Petrochemical, Oil & Gas process industrial Wastewater - High levels of suspended solids, COD and BOD5
  • Industrial wastewater from various industries, pharmaceutical, textile, chemical, food & beverage…etc. - High levels of suspended solids, COD and BOD5
  • Sewage & municipal water treatment – suspended solids, COD and BOD5
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Membrane Bio-Reactor
The MBR process, introduced by the late 1960s, it is  biological membrane process that uses an activated sludge process combined with a membrane separation process and is now widely used for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment specially when wastewater recycling / reuse is taking place. A MBR process is mainly used for wastewater treatment by using membranes ( Flat Sheet/Submerged or Tubular/Pressurized ) and integrating them with a biological process like a suspended growth bioreactor. The membranes are mainly utilized for filtration and removal of solids, which are generated during the biological process, which will result in a clear product.

Typical Applications:

  • Petrochemical, Oil & Gas process industrial Wastewater - High levels of suspended solids, COD and BOD5
  • Industrial wastewater form various industries, pharmaceutical, textile, chemical, food & beverage…etc - High levels of suspended solids, COD and BOD5
  • Landfill leachate − wide variety of dissolved and suspended organic and inorganic compounds.
  • Sewage & municipal water treatment – suspended solids, COD and BOD5
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Advanced Oxidation Process
Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) is a chemical treatment procedure designed to remove organic and some inorganic material from water and wastewater by oxidation reactions. Used mostly for wastewater treatment, AOP usually refers specifically to a chemical process that employ ozone (O3),  hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), with or without UV light.  AOP is widely used in industrial wastewater treatment and brings a number of benefits such as achieving disinfection, the process doesn’t introduce any new hazardous substances into the water and it effectively eliminates organic compounds from wastewater among others.

Typical Applications:

  • Chemical treatment for sewage water
  • Chemical treatment for COD & BOD for industrial wastewater
  • Chemical treatment for pharmaceutical wastewater
  • Chemical treatment for Food and Beverage Industry
  • Treatment of Hazardous wastewater
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Dual & Multimedia Filtration
Multimedia Filtration is a method of filtering sediments and particulates from water by applying pressurized feed water to push liquid through filtration media. Multimedia filters are employed to eliminate suspended solids and reduce the turbidity level of the water by entrapping impurities within the media. It contains multilayer of media such as sand, anthracite or granite, and gravel and arranged according to its densities where the lighter density is placed on the top.

Typical Applications:

  • Surface Water Filtration
  • Pre-treatment to RO System
  • Final Filtration for wastewater treatment system.
  • Preparation of cooling water
  • Irrigation
  • Industrial water and wastewater treatment
  • Produced water treatment
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Granular Activated Carbon Filtration
Activated carbon works via a process called adsorption, wherein a highly porous pattern in the granulated carbon media adsorbs and entraps contaminants from the water. Another element is added to the filtration process using activated carbon, in granular form, as a filter media. GAC filtration is very effective in eliminating impurities and contaminants causing bad taste and foul odors, sediments, chlorine other organic compounds. GAC Filter is commonly used for water purification, air filtering and other industrial gas processing.

Typical Applications:

  • VOCs & H2S gas removal
  • Applied after multimedia filter to protect RO membranes from chlorine
  • Industrial water treatment
  • Condensate water treatment
  • Drinking water
  • Polishing filter for iron removal
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Ultrafiltration
Ultrafiltration is an advance pre-treatment using membrane technology in removing not just suspended solids from water as well as viruses, algae, bacteria and other microorganism contaminants. Ultrafiltration was initially applied in chemical & pharmaceutical industries. It was not until 1990s that water treatment industry was able to develop rapidly. Today, Ultrafiltration is widely used either as a pre-treatment to RO system, a final treatment or a stand-alone system for water treatment.

Typical Applications:

  • Industrial and municipal water
  • Food & Beverage Industry
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical applications
  • Electronics Industry
  • Wastewater Treatment and Recycling
  • Seawater Desalination
  • Water Reuse
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Ceramic Membrane
Fluid flows through the tiny pores in the ceramic filter element and particles larger than the pores of the ceramic filter are trapped on the surface. The first ceramic membranes were produced in the 1980s, Ceramic Filtration made from inorganic materials (such as Alumina,  Titania, Zirconia oxides, Silicon Carbide ). CM is now progressively recognized in water treatment industry. It is used for oil-water separation, sediment filtration, water purification and for chemically aggressive fluid and high temperature applications. Ceramic Membrane is a good choice for extreme applications.

Typical Applications

  • Industrial wastewater
  • Dairy, Food & Beverage Industries
  • High temperature Condensate Water
  • Oil & Gas
  • Textile Industry
  • High Temperature Water and Wastewater
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Low Fouling Brackish Desalination
Low Fouling Composite elements combine neutral surface charge (unlike the negative charge in other reverse osmosis membrane types) providing significant reduction in membrane fouling rates and increasing membrane efficiency by restoring nominal performance after cleaning. The low fouling membrane designed to minimize the organic fouling on the membrane surface, in addition, it is easy to restore when membrane chemically cleaned. The low fouling membrane has made from polyamide membrane like other reverse osmosis membranes; therefore, free chlorine cannot be used in the system. Note: Low fouling membrane is also available in cationic charge, this type used when feedwater has cationic surfactants, the flux can be restored easily after chemical cleaning

Applications:

  • Sewage/Industrial wastewaters
  • Surface water
  • Severe and difficult feedwaters requiring significant pre-treatment
  • Wastewater Reuse
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Oily Water / Produced Water Treatment
With aging oil fields and increasing awareness about responsible approach to manage effluent water, most countries have imposed stringent disposal and re-injection specification for produced water from oil fields. Also, water reinjection has offered oil field operators with an economical alternative to increase well production enabling them accelerate asset monetization. Peerless offers a range of technologies to help our customers treat produced water to meet stringent guarantees and increase their production while caring for our shared environment.
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CPI Separator
CPI Separator are used for bulk removal of Oil from Oily water and are suitable for above (TKS) or below grade(CKS) installation.

Tank Type CPI Separator (TKS)

TKS separators in steel tanks can be designed for above or below grade installation. All Skim-TKS Separators are of robust construction based upon conventional design procedures and are normally supplied as fully self-supporting skid mounted packages. Depending on the properties of the liquid to be treated the material of the inclined plate packs can be specified in a material that is best-suited for the given application. Skim-TKS separators 'are applied for a wide variety of treatment problems at atmospheric pressure.

Typical Technology Applications:

  • Ballast water
  • Oil surface drain water
  • Refinery effluent
  • Process water
  • Desalter effluent

Concrete Type CPI Separator(CKS):

The Oily Water Separators (CPI) with a Concrete Basin (CKS) design is specified in below ground installations and applicable to a wide variety of treatment problems at atmospheric pressure.

Typical Technology Applications:

  • Produced water
  • Drains water
  • Deballist water
  • Oily surface drain water
  • Refinery effluent
  • Process water desalter effluent


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Deoiling Hydrocyclone
The deoiling hydrocyclone vessel is designed to reduce the oil content of the incoming produced water prior to entering an optional degasser vessel. The hydrocyclone arrangement allows easy access to the liners for inspection, installation and replacement. On entering the cyclone tangentially, the fluid begins to spin. This creates a radial force that directs the heavier phase towards the edges of the cyclone and then out of the cyclone underflow owing to differential pressure. The less dense phase is concentrated in the centre of the cyclone before passing out of the cyclone overflow, again due to differential pressure. Hydrocyclones are effectively gravity separators that rely on the differential density between the oil droplet and the water to allow separation.

Typical Technology Applications:

  • Produced water from Oil fields (Onshore & Offshore)
  • Oily surface drain water
  • Refinery effluent
  • Process water desalter effluent

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Induced Gas Flotation (IGF)
Induced Gas flotation Systems are used to remove oil and solids from produced water to ensure its safe for disposal and re-use. This technology uses a recycle pump and proprietary internals to create small gas bubbles inside the unit which removes oil globules and solid particles from water. Based on design flow rate and footprint available Peerless can offer Vertical Compact Flotation Units or Horizontal Induced Gas Flotation Units.

Typical Application:

  • Offshore – Mobile Offshore Production units (MOPU)
  • Offshore – FPSO Topsides
  • Onshore – Oil and Gas Processing Facilities
  • Onshore – Early Production Facilities (EPF)
  • Refineries & Petrochemical

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Dissolved Gas Flotation (DGF)
Peerless Dissolved Gas Flotation units utilise a recirculation pump system to introduce micro-bubbles, enhancing the separation surface area improving the oil and solid separation performance. The Peerless DGF has a sophisticated pumping mechanism to generate micro-bubbles. These pumps utilize dual sided impellers to draw in vapour and precisely mix it with the liquid. The vapour/liquid mixture is sheared and compressed in the pump to enhance creation of micro-bubbles before this gas-enriched mixture is de-pressurized and discharged to the flotation chamber. The dense bubble formation lifts oils and solids to the liquid surface where they are ultimately skimmed off & discharged. This configuration eliminates the need for a separate dissolution vessel as found on many traditional dissolved air flotation systems.

Typical Applications

  • Offshore - Mobile Offshore Production units (MOPU), FPSO Topsides
  • Onshore - Oil and Gas Processing Facilities, Early Production Facilities (EPF)
  • Refineries & Petrochemical

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Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF)

Dissolved Air Flotation

The Peerless Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) typically uses a rectangular flotation tank where the flocculated water is mixed with small air bubbles. These air bubbles attach themselves to the flocs, thereby reducing the density of the impurities. The flocs then float rapidly to the free liquid surface in the flotation basin, together with the entrained air bubbles, to form a flotation froth-layer that is removed on a continuous basis by a surface flights-and-chains scraper.

Typical Applications:

  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Desalination
  • Process Water Production
  • Drinking Water Intake
  • Offshore Produced Water
  • Onshore Produced Water
  • Pulp and Paper Plant

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Compact Flotation Unit (CFU)
Peerless Compact Flotation Unit (CFU) is the latest generation compact flotation unit available on the market. The philosophy of compact flotation is the combination of multiple separation technologies including cyclonic and flotation principles. Peerless Compact Flotation Units are available as a single or two stage system, combined or separate oil/gas outlets, the CFU is adaptable to the wide variety of oil industry process conditions and applications.
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Walnut Shell Filters
Filtration media is used in the separation and removal of Hydrocarbons and solids from water in a final “polishing” stage of the process. The Walnut Shell Filter performs at its best in produced water applications where outlet requirements are very strict. Not only does the Walnut shell have the ability to act as a fine filter, but the shells themselves coalesce the oil droplets within the media allowing greater efficiency in the removal.

Typical Applications

  • Oil and Gas Processing Facilities
  • Refineries & Petrochemical
  • Produced Water treatment where outlet requirements are very strict
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Activated Carbon Filter (ACF)
Activated carbon works via a process called adsorption, wherein a highly porous pattern in the granulated carbon media adsorbs and entraps contaminants from the water. Another element is added to the filtration process using activated carbon, in granular form, as a filter media. Activated Carbon filtration (ACF) is very effective in eliminating impurities and contaminants like BTEX and can meet very stringent guarantees.

Typical Applications:

  • BTEX removal from Produced Water
  • VOCs & H2S gas removal
  • Applied after multimedia filter to protect RO membranes from chlorine
  • Industrial water treatment
  • Condensate water treatment
  • Drinking water
  • Polishing filter for iron removal
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Liquid Filters
The Peerless Liquid Filter is a single stage device, which flows outside to in, through a high surface area pleated medium. The filter can be oriented horizontally or vertically. The liquid flow enters the chamber in which the elements reside. The dirt accumulates on the outside, and the clean fluid passes through the central bore of the element and out, into the second chamber and out of the vessel.
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Absorption Media Filters
Peerless sand washing package is designed to treat sand jetting water originating from the upstream separator vessels. These vessels will each be fitted with a sand jetting system inside. The inlet solids stream passes through the desanding section of the sand wash vessel containing the desanding hydrocyclone liners. In this section the solids are separated from the bulk water, solids fall by gravity into the sand wash vessel accumulation section while the bulk water exits the package via the flow control valve.

Typical Applications:


  • Wellhead solids removal in multiphase flow
  • Protection of equipment from blockage or erosion
  • Sand cleaning for overboard discharge
  • Polishing of water prior to re-injection

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Sand Wash Package
Our sand washing package is designed to treat sand jetting water originating from the upstream separator vessels. These vessels will each be fitted with a sand jetting system inside. The inlet solids stream passes through the desanding section of the sand wash vessel containing the desanding hydrocyclone liners. In this section the solids are separated from the bulk water, solids fall by gravity into the sand wash vessel accumulation section while the bulk water exits the package via the flow control valve.

Typical Applications:

  • Wellhead solids removal in multiphase flow
  • Protection of equipment from blockage or erosion
  • Sand cleaning for overboard discharge
  • Polishing of water prior to re-injection
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Desanding Cyclone
Desanding Hydro-cyclones are pressure-driven cyclonic separators that utilizes pressure drop across the unit to force the separation of the solids from the bulk phase produced water or condensate. The feed stream, containing high amount of solids / sand, enters the hydrocyclone through a tangential inlet under a pressurized condition. This is where it is forced into a spiral motion by the hydro-cyclone’s internal profile. The internal conic shape of the liner causes the spinning / swirling effect to accelerate (which effectively creates) high centrifugal forces, causing the denser solid particles to move to the outer wall of the hydrocyclone liner, while the lighter phase water or condensate is concentrated to the central core of the liner. Solids continue to spiral down along the outer wall of the hydrocyclone to the bottom exit which is typically collected in an accumulator (could be integrated or a separate unit) for periodic disposal. The “desanded” water in the central core section reverses direction and is forced out through the central vortex towards the top of the Hydrocyclone.  

Typical Applications:

  • Wellhead solids removal in multiphase flow
  • Protection of equipment from blockage or erosion
  • Sand cleaning for overboard discharge
  • Polishing of water prior to re-injection

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Process/Potable Water Treatment
CECO Peerless provides customized industrial process and potable water packages to meet customers performance guarantee and provide high quality process and potable water using the latest technologies to ensure smooth operation and long lifetime to the downstream equipments, CECO Peerless use different technologies such as ultrafiltration, ceramic filtration, reverse osmosis and demineralization using ion exchange resin or electro-deionization.
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Granular Activated Carbon Filtration
Activated carbon works via a process called adsorption, wherein a highly porous pattern in the granulated carbon media adsorbs and entraps contaminants from the water. Another element is added to the filtration process using activated carbon, in granular form, as a filter media. GAC filtration is very effective in eliminating impurities and contaminants causing bad taste and foul odors, sediments, chlorine other organic compounds. GAC Filter is commonly used for water purification, air filtering and other industrial gas processing.

Typical applications:

  • VOCs & H2S gas removal
  • Applied after multimedia filter to protect RO membranes from chlorine
  • Industrial water treatment
  • Condensate water treatment
  • Drinking water
  • Polishing filter for iron removal
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Special Media Filtration
Special Media Filtration is developed to handle Iron, H2S, and heavy metals dissolved in water and in high concentration that simple filtration is not enough. Special Media Filters are designed to reduce the contaminant concentrations in water to an acceptable level.

Typical Applications:

  • Mining Industries water treatment
  • Industrial wastewater treatment
  • Manufacturing wastewater
  • Surface water and groundwater treatment
  • Process Water treatment
  • Commercial & municipal water treatment
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Cartridge Filtration

Product Application

Cartridge Filtration is the simplest, modular filters that are inserted into a housing and can be used to remove particles or sometime chemicals from the water or fluid. Cartridge filters can be made from number for materials such as polypropylene or cotton wound or spun type, also can be made activated carbon in block. Microfiltration is used as a polishing filter for granular media filtration and as pre-treatment for other membrane filtration like Reverse Osmosis to protect the RO membranes from damaging and fouling. Example of microfiltration is the use of Cartridge Filters which are available in different pore sizes (100 – 0.1 micron). Cartridge filters are mainly used in drinking water, surface water, sea water desalination applications, in addition to some other special applications such as:
  • Chemicals Filtration
  • Beverages Filtration
  • Solvents Filtration
  • Pharmaceutical Industry

Process Description

Microfiltration is a type of physical filtration process where a contaminated fluid is passed through a special pore-sized membrane or element to remove suspended particles from process liquid. Removing particles is dependent on the cartridge filter type, micron rate & material of construction.
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Ultrafiltration
Ultrafiltration is an advance pre-treatment using membrane technology in removing suspended solids from water as well as viruses, algae, bacteria and other microorganism contaminants. Ultrafiltration was initially applied in chemical & pharmaceutical industries. It was not until 1990s that water treatment industry was able to develop rapidly. Today, Ultrafiltration is widely used either as a pre-treatment to RO system, a final treatment or a stand-alone system for water treatment.

Typical Applications

  • Industrial and municipal water
  • Food & Beverage Industry
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical applications
  • Electronics Industry
  • Wastewater Treatment and Recycling
  • Seawater Desalination
  • Water Reuse
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Ceramic Membrane
Fluid flows through the tiny pores in the ceramic filter element and particles larger than the pores of the ceramic filter are trapped on the surface. The first ceramic membranes were produced in the 1980s, Ceramic Filtration made from inorganic materials (such as Alumina,  Titania, Zirconia oxides, Silicon Carbide ). CM is now progressively recognized in water treatment industry. It is used for oil-water separation, sediment filtration, water purification and for chemically aggressive fluid and high temperature applications. Ceramic Membrane is a good choice for extreme applications.

Typical Applications

  • Industrial wastewater
  • Dairy, Food & Beverage Industries
  • High temperature Condensate Water
  • Oil & Gas
  • Textile Industry
  • High Temperature Water and Wastewater
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Reverse Osmosis Treatment
The Reverse Osmosis process successfully applied in the mid-1950 and played a major role in water treatment & wastewater recycling. The process uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules  and in some special application a selective ion removal such as Total hardness and Sulfate from different water types such as Brackish, Seawater & Wastewater.

Typical applications:

  • Nano Membrane: widely used for water softening for potable and process applications
  • Reverse Osmosis Membrane: used for brackish and sea water desalination for potable and process applications
  • Sulphate Removal Membrane: used for sulphate removal from seawater for injection water applications
  • Reverse Osmosis Membrane: used as tertiary treatment for wastewater recycling for process (boiler, Cooling) water applications
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Remineralization
Remineralization is one of the essential processes in the potable water, especially for the RO permeate in water produced from desalination plant. Remineralization is usually done using calcite or lime, complemented with magnesium salts and for certain cases magnesium salts or carbon dioxide.

Typical Application Purpose:

  • Reduce pipe network corrosion due to alkalized pH
  • Balance the potable water pH value will improve the human body immune system
  • Improve potable water taste
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UV Disinfection
UV Disinfection is a physical treatment technology and chemical-free process of purifying water. It is extensively used as an effective treatment to eliminate or inactivate viruses and other bacterial contaminants in water. UV disinfection takes place when the water exposed to the UV light which alters the microorganism’s DNA and inactivates its cells to reproduce. UV Disinfection for water treatment was first implemented in the early 1900s and been commercialized in 1960s and today it is widely used in industrial, commercial and even in residential applications.

Typical Applications:

  • Drinking Water
  • Swimming pools
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Food and Beverage Industry
  • Wastewater Treatment
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Ozone Disinfection
Ozone's O3 structure was discovered in 1865, Ozone Disinfection for water treatment is a chemical water treatment technique based on the infusion of ozone into water. Ozone is a gas composed of three oxygen atoms (O3), which is one of the most powerful oxidants, Ozone in the water & wastewater applications is widely used in industrial, commercial and even in residential applications.

Typical Applications:

  • Drinking Water
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Food and Beverage Industry
  • Wastewater Treatment
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Demineralization by Ion Exchange Resin
The Demineralization process is the removal of dissolved minerals that form salts when water is evaporated. These salts have corrosive properties and must be removed for industrial processes so as to protect downstream equipment from corrosion, scale deposit and others. In ion exchange demineralization applications, ion exchange resins will remove all mineral salts, except for traces of sodium and colloidal (undissolved) silica. Typical applications targeted for removal are calcium (Ca++), Magnesium (Mg++), Sodium (Na+), Potassium (K+) and Iron (Fe++). Typical anions targeted for removal are Bicarbonate (HCO3-) Chloride (Cl-), Sulfate (SO4--), Nitrate (NO3-) and Silica SiO2). The IOX technology used to produce high purified water ( < 0.02 µm ) when followed by Mixed bed ion exchange column and used for a range of industries.

Typical Applications:

  • Steam generation for Petrochemical, chemical, Oil & Gas industries
  • Injection of water for Pharmaceutical and Autoclave steam disinfection
  • Steam generation for combined cycle power plant, thermal power plants
  • Food and beverage especially within the win industries
  • Semi-conductor industries
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Demineralization by Electro Deionization
The Electro-Deionization ( EDI ) process is mainly used to produce ( demineralized ) high purified water required for different industries, the process which combines semi impermeable membrane technology with ion-exchange media, The electrical current is used to continuously regenerate the resin, eliminating the need for using harsh chemical required for the regeneration of ion exchange resin, The EDI technology used to produce high purified water ( < 0.01 µm ) mainly for the following industries.

Typical Applications:

  • Steam generation for Petrochemical, chemical, Oil & Gas industries
  • Injection water for Pharmaceutical and Autoclave steam disinfection
  • Steam generation for combined cycle power plant, thermal power plants
  • Food and beverage specially within the win industries
  • Semi-conductor industries
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Dual & Multimedia Filtration
Multimedia Filtration is a method of filtering sediments and particulates from water by applying pressurized feed water to push liquid through filtration media. Multimedia filters are employed to eliminate suspended solids and reduce the turbidity level of the water by entrapping impurities within the media. It contains multilayer of media such as sand, anthracite or granite, and gravel and arranged according to its densities where the lighter density is placed on the top.

Typical Applications:

  • Surface Water Filtration
  • Pre-treatment to RO System
  • Final Filtration for wastewater treatment system.
  • Preparation of cooling water
  • Irrigation
  • Industrial water and wastewater treatment
  • Produced water treatment