The delayed coking process in a refinery is used to break down vacuum residual hydrocarbons into shorter hydrocarbon chains that can then be hydro processed into sellable products. The coker generates high temperatures and high vibration, and produces erosive petroleum coke particles that can be hard on instrumentation and erosive to piping and valves. 

Spartan has worked with refiners in Western Canada to develop solutions to some of the most difficult instrumentation and control problems in coker applications. Our best-in-class technologies have the ability to stand up to the toughest environments to help avoid downtime and lost revenue. 


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