Passive Dehydration Education

Learn the difference between the Passive Dehydration System and the alternative method, the Triethylene Glycol Unit.

You might ask, why dehydrate natural gas? What's the big deal? To find out the answers to these questions, click here.

There are three main benefits that you will receive with choosing CROFT's Passive Dehydration System (PDS) over the traditional Trietylene Glycol (TEG) unit.

Benefits: Why Dehdyrate

  • Economical: Save the extra time and money that would be spent on obtaining an air permit. Preserve your gas stream, eliminate emissions and save money with choosing our units.
  • Environmental: The use of natural gas is one way that companies, products, and even YOU can help reduce the carbon footprint that we leave behind on the world. To read more on this subject, click here.
  • Safety: "There I was in a very remote location, alone and badly burned. From this point I had to get to the hospital for treatment." To read more on this gentleman's troubleshooting story with a Triethylene Glycol (TEG) unit, click here.

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