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New model for this series of gas compression packages

By Chemical Engineering |

This company has introduced the latest addition to its C-Series offering of configurable compression packages: the C-Series 7044 Compression Package. This model features GE’s 1,680 h.p. Waukesha L7044exterranGSI rich-burn engine, paired with an Ariel JGK4 compressor. GE’s Waukesha gas engines are widely regarded for fuel flexibility on a wide gas range up to 2,300 Btu, as well as full-power capabilities without derate at altitudes up to 8,000 ft. The C-Series 7044 can be configured with more than 60 options, including advanced emissions-control systems to meet most government compliance requirements. Packages are built on heavy-duty, steel skids suitable for mounting on a compacted gravel pad, piles or an engineered concrete foundation. The C-Series is available in 13 base models in one-, two- and three-stage configurations. — Exterran Holdings, Inc., Houston

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