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Total Equipment Company (TEC) has custom-engineered Instrument Air Compressor Buildings for customers in our region for more than ten years.  With extensive machine and fabrication capabilities in house, TEC staff mounts complete compressed air systems to steel decks, followed by roof and side paneling assembly.  Each building is engineered-to-order, compliant with seismic and wind loads to area classification, delivering instrument air standard-compliant compressed air.

Recently, a Pittsburgh-based midstream operator took on a major project to convert nine separate compression sites from natural gas to compressed air.  For years, these compression sites powered their pneumatic pumps with natural gas for bulk fluid transfer, or hydrate injection and dehydration processes.  In order to eliminate the use of natural gas, these systems are converting to compressed air powered devices.  Total Equipment was determined to fulfill the needs of this project requiring minimal on-site labor, a reliable installation outside area classified boundaries, tight construction schedules, plus commissioning and operating service support.

TEC and the midstream operator decided to install nine Instrument Air Compressor Buildings, one for each site.  Each building includes two Ingersoll Rand RS Series rotary screw air compressors with advanced controls and communications, desiccant dryers with dewpoint demand purge control and zero-loss condensate drain valves.  The enclosed buildings provide compressed air at a safe distance from classified areas, protect the compressed air systems from ambient temperatures, plus entry doors and removable access panels allow for easy service and installation.

“This project demonstrates Total Equipment Company’s capabilities to deliver reliable, custom-engineered solutions to complex applications, and our commitment to helping customers reduce their carbon footprint without compromising safety, efficiency or productivity in their operations,” said Chuck Gerbe, Sr. Account Manager for TEC.  “Engineering these systems in-house allows for easy shipping, minimal on-site labor and installation times, and a unique, custom-built solution best suited to the customer’s needs.”

The midstream operator, with the help of Total Equipment Company, will now power pneumatics pumps with compressed air instead of natural gas at nine sites.