Case Studies On Separation Improvement Using Pall Filter And Coalescers
Did you know the presence of difficult to separate emulsions can be costly and problematic for fluid processing industries?
Join our Filtration experts and understand through case studies on separation Improvement using Pall filter and coalescers
In this webinar our experts will elaborate on
- Overview of Pall filter and coalescer technologies
- Case studies on various targeted applications across the different minimarkets (O&G, refinery & petrochemical processes)
Market Manager SEA (O&G, Refinery & Petrochemical)
Surasak has over 16+ years of experience with PallCorporation in fluid separation across upstream, midstream and downstream oil & gas processing and refining. He has provided technical support to customers across SEA region in troubleshooting of filtration and separation problems with his knowledge in products and process applications to help customers to advance plant and process performance, reliability, safety and environmental protection.
Market Segment Leader Refineries, Oil and Gas
Lindsay has over 25 years' experience in all aspects of filtration & separations solutions around refineries, gas processing, LNG and petrochemical plants including amine, glycol, hydrotreaters, molecular sieves, mercury removal units, distillation units, reformers, caustic treaters, alkylation, isomerisation, hydrocrackers, lube oil plants, gasification, utilities, final products filtration, and FCC / RFCC units.
Lindsay has worked on new product development, scoping studies, debottlenecking projects, clean fuels upgrades, and environmental protection projects. His current role is providing technical advice, training, and licensor liaison for refining & oil and gas industry and supporting Pall Corporation sales specialists across Asia wide
Lindsay has written or co-written over a dozen technical papers and presented at technical conferences including ARTC, BBTC, RRTC, LARTC, SOGAT, Lawrence Reid, Refinery Technology Meet and various FCC Technology Forums
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