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The issue

BTEX (Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene and Xylenes), are one of the most water soluble Hydrocarbon processed in a typical Oil & Gas field. Therefore, they can be frequently found in Process Water and Waste Water Streams.


The product

Unidro is able to Design and Supply a complete range of BTEX Stripping units to treat Process Water and Waste Water streams, each designed to meet the Mechanical and Process specifications of our customers. 

The BTEX rich Gas stream leaving the Stripping Column is then typically treated by Oxidation or Adsorption.


A comprehensive scope of supply

According to each project requirements, Unidro scope of supply may include individual equipment (Column with internals) as well as complete packages (single or multiple equipment with interconnecting piping, piping support, pumps, instruments, platforms and ladders).

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