Nitrogen solutions for geothermal plants.
In geothermal systems, it is important to maintain the pressure level. Nitrogen, as an inert gas, is an excellent solution for this purpose. This increases the operational safety of your plant. Presscon helps companies in geothermal with innovative nitrogen solutions.
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With geothermal energy, water is the energy carrier: this water must remain pure. This can be done easily with nitrogen. During startup, nitrogen is injected at the top of the geothermal heat source or degassing tank. This prevents oxidation of the steel well pipes and fittings: no oxygen can reach them. In addition, nitrogen can be used to flush the pipes.
Presscon has complete solutions including:
- preventing oxidation of geothermal facilities (such as the degassing tank)
- prevention of oxidation in pipes
- prevention of oxidation in secondary systems
- cleaning of filters
- prevent oxygen from entering blow down tank
- sealing pneumatic valves (preventing moisture and water vapor)
- customized solutions and advice
- excellent after-sales service
- highly energy-efficient installations
- patent holder
Customization and experience
Presscon provides customized installations, fully tailored to your needs and the layout of your geothermal plant. We design, manufacture and supply nitrogen generators. In addition, we work with project engineers to design the most robust nitrogen plants and fully integrate them according to project requirements. With over 20 years of experience and several patents to our name, we are the sparring partner for companies with geothermal installations.
Want to know more?
We would be happy to advise you on the options for using nitrogen in and around your geothermal facilities. Please contactPresscon.
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How we are moving geothermal forward
For years we have been a sparring partner for the Geothermal sector. Whether you are looking for a completely new system or looking to upgrade an existing solution; we will help you move forward!
buffer tank protection
pressure control buffer tank
inertization by nitrogen
degassing of water
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