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Removing Salt Contaminants from the Natural Gas Dehydration System using Multistage Ion-Exchange Method: Case Study

Contributed by: Bojanna Shantheyanda, Dynalene Inc | Email: Ricardo Gonzalez, Gill Ranch Storage LLC 1.    Abstract Salt-rich water infusion from underground storage to the dehydration system during gas withdrawal can increase the salt contamination in the triethylene glycol (TEG). The increase in salt contamination in TEG can lead to an increase in corrosion of

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Dynalene receives STTR Phase I Award from National Science Foundation

Dynalene is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a Phase I STTR grant from National Science Foundation (NSF). This grant will help Dynalene to collaborate with Lehigh University researchers to develop a cost effective, high temperature molten salt heat transfer fluid and thermal storage medium for concentrated solar power plants (CSP). With the

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Do you know what’s in your product?

Do you know what’s in your product? Let us tell you with our GC-FID/MS! Dynalene helps its customers identify chemical components and product contaminants using our Agilent GC-FID/MS. Let us know if you need: Contamination detection Product quality control Chemical identification and quantification Product deformulation Dynalene can perform tests on a variety of different products:

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FAQs for Glycol Based Heat Transfer Fluids

“What is the difference between propylene glycol (PG) and ethylene glycol (EG)?” The main difference between the two glycols is that ethylene glycol (EG) is toxic while propylene glycol (PG) is non-toxic and can be purchased in a food grade version in addition to the technical/industrial grade. Another difference is that PG has higher viscosity

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Dynalene launches its annual “Fluid Solutions” magazine

Heat transfer fluids are important components of many industrial processes. We, here at Dynalene, have long been thinking about having a magazine dedicated to these fluids. There is no academic curriculum that teaches the science and engineering of heat transfer fluids. Therefore, we have decided to cover topics that are relevant to a heat transfer

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Dynalene Opens New Western US Location

Dynalene Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of its 3rd manufacturing and distribution facility in Salt Lake City, Utah. This new location will be equipped with multiple large scale blending tanks as well as more than 40,000 gallons of bulk fluid storage for propylene glycol, ethylene glycol and Dynalene HC.The plant will produce and

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How Can Rheology/Viscosity Testing Help You??

Quality Control Design Engineering Material Characterization Dynalene has 3 techniques to determine the viscosity of your products! We can obtain more complex information with our TA Instruments AR-G2 Rheometer, including Yield Stress, Shear Thinning/Thickening, Thixotropy, etc. We also have the classic Brookfield Viscometer and Cannon-Fenske Viscometers for kinematic viscosity. “WHY DYNALENE??” Multiple Techniques Quick Turnaround

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Dynalene filtration products

Heat transfer fluids such as glycols, brines, thermal oils and silicones are important components of many heating and cooling processes. Maintaining the health of these fluids is very important for increasing the service life of the system. Particulates in the fluid can cause severe system problems as discussed below. Filters are recommended to be used

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Glycol Refractometer – Do’s and Don’ts

A quick and accurate way to measure the glycol concentration in a HVAC or mechanical system is through a hand-held refractometer. Here are a few do’s and don’ts for the proper use of this instrument. Be sure the instrument is clean and dry before use Use enough fluid to cover the entire measuring prism Point

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