ARES AMB Turboexpander-Compressor Line

Now Available! Industry First AMB Turboexpander-Compressor Features Exclusive Skid-Mounted AMB Control System Suited for 60-300 MMSCFD Gas Plants



ARES AMB Delivers Innovative AMB Turboexpander Options for Gas Processing, Especially Midstream NGL Processing Plants. FIRST ARES AMB Unit Shipped!

L.A. Turbine (LAT) has an industry first turboexpander-compressor solution for gas plant sizes of 60-300 MMSCFD featuring two bearing options, either active magnetic bearings (AMB) or oil bearing, available for comparable price points. The ARES AMB Turboexpander-Compressor features the exclusive skid-mounted AMB control system and programmable logic control (PLC) panel design that is certified for Class 1/Division 2 hazardous area installation. The ARES AMB turboexpander solution requires a lower overall investment and benefits equipment procurement companies (EPCs) and end-users alike with an expedited design-to-delivery timeline; simplified and accelerated installation, commissioning and operation; faster commissioning, revenue generation and return on investment.

In addition to the hazardous area installation certification, the skid-mounted Zephyr® AMB control system provides optimized performance, high reliability and delivers lower maintenance costs. Key benefits include eliminating costly cabling; reducing start-up time and costs with  simplified and automated commissioning; and, performing remote commissioning thus limiting the need for on-site support. In addition the technology allows for remote connectivity to monitor, tune and perform diagnostic services. Also important is the high processing performance for complex algorithms which provides high dynamic efficiency for flexible production output capacity.

Customer Bound: ARES AMB 200MMSCFD Turboexpander-Compressor for NGL Processing in Bakken Shale

 

LAT Ships First ARES AMB Turboexpander to NGL Processing Plant

In March 2019, LAT shipped its first 200MMSCFD ARES AMB Turboexpander-Compressor unit to a new natural gas liquid (NGL) processing plant located in the Bakken Shale Play of North Dakota. Installation and commissioning is scheduled for third quarter, 2019.


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How Do You Benefit from the ARES Turboexpander Designs?

Overall Benefits of Standardized Design & Production

  • Reduces investment with pre-engineered solutions
  • Reduces design-to-build lead times by 18-20 weeks
  • Offers two configurations at one price point
  • Eliminates need to inventory spare parts
  • Provides single OEM partnership from concept thru lifespan
  • Designed, engineered and built in the USA

 

How Do EPCs Benefit?

  • Deliver quicker to-market solution
  • Lower investment costs: upfront and later
  • Ability to provide customized solution for many plant sizes
  • Provide options without increasing price
  • Confidence in working with proven turboexpander expert
  • Receive equipment of highest quality and performance
  • Establish ongoing partnership with a trusted and proven OEM
  • Receive excellent customer service and support

How Do End-Users Benefit?

  • Commission quicker
  • Reduce overall equipment investment
  • Generate revenue and ROI faster
  • Eliminate spare part inventory requirements
  • Reduce investment in and need for spare parts
  • Receive equipment of highest quality and performance
  • Establish ongoing partnership with a trusted and proven OEM
  • Receive excellent customer service and support