Site Supervision for Grasys Skid-Mounted Compressor Station Has Been Completed at the Kaliningrad UGSF

14 August 2020

R&P Co. Grasys’ specialists have completed the supplied equipment supervision for engineering procurement of Compressed Air Compressor Unit forming part of the construction site known as Running Facilities Reconstruction and New Construction Activity for Water-Brine Complex, Water-Diverting Structures and Brine Discharge into the Baltic Sea of ​​the Kaliningrad UGSF.

The Kaliningrad UGSF is the first Russian storage facility built in rock salt deposits, and it has a number of advantages over UGSFs in depleted fields or water-producing formations. Salt caverns are unbeatable reservoirs in terms of tightness - the salt dome is gas-impermeable.

The compressor station featuring 510 m³/h capacity and 1,0 MPa pressure is deployed to generate compressed air supplying gas compressor units. Under the scope of the project 100% redundancy of the on-site equipment has been completed. The station outlet air meets requirements of GOST 17433–80.

Grasys skid-mounted compressor stations are designed to operate in any climatic zone – from tropics and subtropics featuring ambient temperature of +50 °C and high humidity to the Far North with ever-frozen grounds.

For more details on skid-mounted compressor stations follow: https://www.grasys.com/products/gas/block/

Site Supervision for Grasys Skid-Mounted Compressor Station Has Been Completed at the Kaliningrad UGSF

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