The units have been used to carry out commissioning services on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, and to complete a series of leak tests in the North Sea.
These three nitrogen generator units increase BJ PPS's fleet in the UK and Norway to 37 units, making it one of the largest in the North Sea. "The addition of these units means our customers can rest assured their assets will receive superior commissioning services as and when required," said Lindsay Link, general manager of BJ PPS. "Already, we are seeing the benefits, given the additional operations we have been able to take on since we acquired them. BJ PPS has the plant and human resources in the UK and Norway to maintain customer schedules, as well as a commendable history of providing competent and capable service," he added.
Split Skid Eases the Load
The soundproof units comply with ATEX 94/9/EC and are manufactured to CE Standard. Every system features Pyroban exhaust gas cooling systems, inlet and exhaust flame traps, over-speed and overpressure shutdowns, and a gas detection system.
Certified for use in Zone II areas, the units feature a split skid. The engine cooling system and Zone II components are situated in one skid, while the other skid contains the hydraulic system and cryogenic components.
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