Glycol Process Map

Viking pumps are used in Gas Dehydration.

Triethylene Glycol is used as a liquid desiccant to remove the water from natural gas. The hot glycol is injected into the gas pipeline at high pressures to dehydrate the natural gas coming out of the ground. 

Features and Benefits

High-Temperature Rating

  • All sizes are rated to handle temperatures of 350 F to cover upset conditions
  • Pumps engineered to handle the high-temperature delta between pump & glycol on start-up
  • GB-410 & GB-414 pumps capable of over 225°F temperature differential between pump and glycol temps

Robust Durable Pump Design

  • Fewer moving wear components for robust, long-lasting field performance
  • New advanced hardened materials on critical internal wear surfaces
  • Enhanced wear resistance and durability of dry-run, abrasives, and upset conditions
  • Smooth flow with no pulsation dampening equipment required

Rebuildable Design

  • All wear components are easily replaceable and available in affordable Rebuild Kit
  • Simple disassembly & reassembly process for easy field service and repair, saving time and money

Reliable Mechanical Seal Solutions

  • Less susceptible to leakage and robust long-lasting design
  • Back pull-out seal design allows for easy seal changes in the field
  • Axial thrust control standard with single component seal design

Easy Field Installation

  • Jaw Type Coupling eliminates the mess and maintenance of an oil bath
  • Motor mounting capable for easy drop-in replacement on C-Face motors up to 75 HP
  • Motor speed operation eliminates gear reducers or belt drives
  • Standard 180 degree SAE ports with bolt-on NPT or Weld-Neck Adapters to accommodate connection type of your choice
  • Pump can be plumbed using hard or flexible piping

All Pumps Factory Tested

  • Each pump performance and hydro tested with state-of-the-art testing equipment prior to shipment

GB-41013 Pump & Motor Unit

GB-41013 Pump & Motor Unit

GL-41026 Double Pump

 

GL-41026 Double Pump

Performance Chart

Pump Model Port Size & Type Nominal Flow at 1500 PSI, 1765 RPM on 150°F 8 cPs TEG Nominal Flow at 1500 PSI, 1765 RPM on 250°F 1.2 cPs TEG Max Continuous Pressure Max Recommended Temperature Approx. Shipping Weight **
Ductile Iron Externals Inch GPM GPM PSI Deg. F Lbs.
GB-41005 2" NPT* 7.9 7.6 1500 350 70
GB-41007 2" NPT* 11.2 10.7 1500 350 72
GB-41009 2" NPT* 13.6 13.1 1500 350 73
GB-41013 2" NPT* 21.2 20.2 1500 350 77
GB-41018 2" NPT* 28.1 26.8 1500 350 117
GB-41022 2" NPT* 36.8 34.6 1500 350 120
GB-41026 2" NPT* 44 40.9 1500 350 124
GB-41415 2" NPT* 39.8 32.4 1500 350 232
GB-41039 2" NPT* 66.8 63.7 1500 350 170
GB-41430 2" NPT* 82.6 67.1 1500 350 328
GB-41445 3" NPT* 128.3 101.9 1500 350 450

The Viking Pump Advantage

  • With over 110 years of experience providing positive displacement pumping solutions, Viking Pump has a rich, lengthy history of providing engineered solutions for tough applications
  • Dedicated sales and field support specialists are supported by a team of customer service representatives and engineers
  • Knowledgeable team of application engineers available to help with product selection and technical support
  • USA based company with vertically integrated manufacturing process

All Pumps Factory Tested

State of the art testing equipment used to confirm performance prior to all shipments.

All Pumps Tested

Test Lab

Our world-class lab gives Viking the ability to test its glycol pump designs across a range of relevant variables.

Test Lab

Speak to an Expert

Brad Powell

Brad Powell

Regional Sales Manager, Viking Pump

Office Phone: 319-215-3050

Vertical Integration Process

Viking Pump operates a foundry, a 250,000+ sq. ft. machining, assembly and testing center, and an extensive product engineering and testing lab in its world headquarters in Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA. This level of vertical integration ensures maximum quality, ability to satisfy special needs, and to meet project schedules.

Vertically Integrated