Oil and gas producers use heater treaters to separate emulsion into three phases. These are typically installed at tank batteries and come in horizontal or vertical orientations. Heater Treaters have a fire tube, which loops through the inside of the heater treater and comes into contact with the emulsion. The burner uses supply gas to create fire & heat the fluid inside the vessel. Fluid enters the treater inlet and absorbs heat from the fire tube. Gas released from the incoming well stream moves to the top of the vessel and exits through a back pressure valve. Water—the heaviest of the three elements—collects at the bottom of the treater and is eventually dumped out of the vessel to be stored or disposed. Meanwhile, the oil separates into the middle and then is dump out to storage or sales.
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