dryrock-logo-mtnDryRock Products was created in early 2012, with the mission to replace out dated Triethylene Glycol units (TEG) with our EPA - Environmentally Friendly Natural Gas Dehydration Systems.

With new EPA Clean Air Act regulations going into effect, now is the time to seriously look at replacement options of switching to deliquescing desiccants as clearly a better choice over TEG units. Desiccant dehydration offers many advantages over traditional TEG systems.

DryRock has developed a low cost system to remove moisture from the natural gas flow. We help our customers examine field condition variables when selecting a dehydration system. With the use of our DryRock desiccant grade briquettes and high quality ASME Coded vessels, we give our customers a cost-effective solution for their dehydration needs.

Our natural gas dehydration system is a simple process. The gas from the field, (wet), enters the bottom of the vessel and flows upward though the bed of desiccants. As the gas makes contact with our DryRock Desiccant (DRD) tablets, moisture accumulates to form a brine droplet that ends up in the bottom of the vessel to be removed by purging the vessel to a typical water produced location or tank.

WHY DRYROCK – The advantages of using our Natural Gas Dehydration Systems over TEG units.

  • Do not have a carbon footprint                                                       
  • Do not require permitting                                                             
  • NO Fire Hazard                                                            
  • NO Pumps or Burners                                                     
  • NO Costly Disposal                                                         
  • NO Filters 
  • NO Chance of Ground Contamination
  • NO Moving Parts
  • Simple Operation
  • Extended Service Interval (on average 30-45 days) 
  • Reduce Labor and Operating Cost
  • Small Footprint                                                                    

Other Applications for DryRock Systems

  • Sales gas to meet Pipeline Specifications
  • Help Reduce Flare Gas
  • Instrument gas
  • Fuel gas – Compressor(s) and Natural Gas Generator(s).
  • Help meet Environmental regulations in state parks, municipalities, schools, near cities
  • Floating production platforms
  • Restricted access sites (only requiring service at 30-45 days intervals)
  • Polishing to avoid freeze ups.                                  

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