A high quality Waste Heat Boiler. Two levels. Optimal heat emission. Done in a jiffy.
Crude oil often contains dissolved gasses such as sulphur (H2S) and other gaseous compounds. H2S may corrode storage tanks and the gaseous substances could even cause them to explode. Therefore, it is essential to stabilise crude oil first. The pressure on the crude oil is reduced and subsequently the gaseous compounds are removed in a distillation column. The heat required for this process comes from a reboiler. The gaseous mixture that is released can than be treated further in several ways. One option is to burn the mixture and use the heat to produce steam via waste heat boilers. By cooling the combustion gases, it is also possible to recover the sulphur in the oil in its solid form.