GLP Plant models, designs, fabricates, installs and commissions process plant, process equipment and specialist internals. The company prides itself on solving any process issues with superior quality, reliable and innovative process designs.
GLP Engineering designs, supplies and replaces processing internals, packings, eliminators, ejector and eductor systems. With more than 30 years of experience in designing, engineering and fabricating a diverse range of vessel internals for various process applications, GLP Engineering also provides a range of catalysts, absorbents and support media to various process industries, including oil and gas, acid, petrochemical and water treatment.
GLP provides solutions to meet your gas dehydration needs with extensive experience in glycol dehydration and molecular sieve systems. Every solution is suited to specific individual gas dehydration needs. GLP is able to provide a full process solution from conceptual design to full turnkey packages.
GLP offers solutions for the most difficult fuel gas compositions in order to provide the highest quality fuel gas on a reliable and continuous basis.
Technologies offered include low-temperature separation, filter / coalescing, scrubbing, sulphur treatment, dehydration, superheating and pressure regulation. GLP can even remove unwanted hydrocarbon fractions if required.
GLP is uniquely positioned to meet today's increasingly challenging gas sweetening requirements. With a license agreement with Koch Modular Process Systems in the USA, as well as extensive experience in gas processing in Australia and overseas, GLP offers complete solutions to the most difficult gas sweetening and gas separation problems.
Depending on the source, the capture methods utilised by GLP include:
In February 2011, GLP completed the design, construction and commissioning of BOC's micro LNG plant in Westbury, Tasmania. GLP was selected after undergoing an approval process of more than 12 months, demonstrating its high-level of engineering excellence, innovative design and construction of modular style plants.
The plant has the capacity to produce 50t of liquefied natural gas (LNG) daily and is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with the ability to operate remotely. The Westbury micro LNG plant is a first for the Australian domestic transport industry and was designed to meet very strict environmental standards.
GLP manufactures and supplies a wide-range of structured packing and a range of associated internals (support plates, liquid and vapour distributors, bed limiter) for all types of applications and services. Structured packing offers high-performance and efficiency at a lower pressure drop than random packing.
Packed beds, created by dumping bulk random packing, provide the surface and voidages necessary for thin film mass transfer of two phase processes. It is vital that high-quality packing elements with consistent shape and size are used to achieve optimum performance.
GLP Engineering staff can provide the consultancy services to provide the proper consideration of design, specification and installation of all packing and column internals.
GLP ceramic balls can provide a level of protection against particulates in the feed stream that would poison or foul the catalyst. They promote catalyst activity due to their unique pore size distributions and stability to thermal, hydrothermal and acidic conditions. GLP ceramic balls provide a hold-down facility, above and below the catalyst or adsorbent.