Sloan Lubrication Systems and Cooper Machinery Services announce agreement that highlights the importance of including reciprocating compressor lubrications systems during compressor overhauls.
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Compressor Tech 2 covered our Bryan Boarts’ paper, Indexing Power Cylinder Lubrication Rates presented at the Engine Analyzer and Reliability Conference. This article outlines updates to our TriCip Systems and details the work that we’ve done in tethering lube rates on natural gas compressor power cylinders to BMEP in operations where the BTU rating of natural gas changes.
This technical report, co-authored by CJ Sloan and Keith Schaffer of TC Energy, details the first major pipeline-wide implementation of our revolutionary TriCip System on 134 compressors in the TC Energy transmission system.
At Sloan Lubrication Systems, we back our systems and components with a relentless commitment to outstanding service, industry knowledge, and technical expertise. From engineering and design, to technical support, emergency service, system evaluation, training and more, our teams are ready to address your service needs and ensure your lubrication system continues to perform at its optimal level of efficiency.
Sloan Lubrication Systems’ revolutionary TriCip is helping customers save more than just time and money. In 2021, over 100 TriCip units operating nationwide saved our customers up to 75,000 gallons of lubricant, minimized lube oil carryover, cut operating costs, and helped them meet their ESG goals.
The TriCip System is setting new standards for compressor lubrication by reducing lubricant consumption up to 90%. Combining a state-of-the-art lubricant delivery system with an advanced proprietary lubricating fluid and IIOT monitoring and controls, TriCip excels at eliminating costly sources of gas stream contamination and minimizing environmental impact due to the effects of lube oil carry-over.
Recognizing the demands of the industry for a fail-safe lubrication system, we set out to develop a self-contained, modular system easily customizable for a vast majority of applications. The Watchman was introduced nearly 50 years ago and today, more than 1,000 are in operation, providing reliable performance to meet the ever-evolving needs of our clients.
Sloan is developing better ideas in lubrication to help customers overcome challenges and maximize efficiency with the exclusive TriCip System.
Natural gas compressors last a long time. Much of the current fleet deployed in the natural gas transmission system in the United States is more than 50 years old.
Modern critical machinery lubrication systems are designed to be fail safe. This means that if anything happens to the system that prevents it from delivering the right amount of lubricant to all delivery points, the system will trigger a shutdown to protect the machinery.