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Exion Systems wins two orders

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Exion Systems LLC has announced that it has been awarded its first two contracts to build and install the Exion Liquid Treating (Exion LT) system.

The system will be installed on a butane line in South Texas, US, as well as on a condensate line in Northern Alberta, Canada.

Exion LT is a patent technology featuring a proprietary contacting and separation process. It removes H2S and mercaptan species from propane, butane, LPG, NGL and light condensates.

The H2S and mercaptans are reacted and then removed all in a single pass skid. The chemistry contains no sodium hydroxide and the waste can be easily treated.

David Engel, Technology Leader for Exion Systems LLC, said: “The Exion LT system is truly unique because it offers an economical alternative to remove H2S and mercaptans from propane, butane, LPG, NGL and condensates compared to what is currently available in the marketplace. The system is modular, has the flexibility to process different flow rates and hydrocarbon compositions.”

Exion Systems LLC plans to build additional units in the coming months in order to have mobile systems on hand that can be quickly deployed when the need arises.

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