Remote Cathodic Protection

Remote Cathodic Protection

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midstream gas transportation company with
activity in the Rocky Mountains maintain portions
of their pipeline that are in places without access to
utility grid power. In order to provide electrical power
to their essential corrosion prevention equipment,
such as their ICCP (Impressed Current Cathodic
Protection) rectifiers, this company needed simple
and extremely reliable electric power solutions that
could be powered by pipeline gas.
Cathodic Protection
PowerGen  

midstream gas transportation company with
activity in the Rocky Mountains maintain portions
of their pipeline that are in places without access to
utility grid power. In order to provide electrical power
to their essential corrosion prevention equipment,
such as their ICCP (Impressed Current Cathodic
Protection) rectifiers, this company needed simple
and extremely reliable electric power solutions that
could be powered by pipeline gas.


Qnergy’s Smartgen power solution is designed specifically to
reliably transform pipeline natural-gas into reliable electrical
power.
With multiple configurable outputs, the Smartgen was
programmed to output electric power at the prefered operating
voltage of 240Vac (single-phase) for use with a standard rectifier
(50V / 50A).
Results
The Smartgen was installed and commissioned at a remote site in the Uintah basin of eastern Utah. It was
placed adjacent to the pipeline and is fueled by pipeline gas. Electrically, it is coupled directly to the ICCP
rectifier with a standard 3-conductor cable carrying the 240Vac.
Application 50Vdc-50A ICCP Rectifier for
Cathodic Protection
Operating Profile 24/7 Continuous Power
Power Ouput Configuration 240Vac, single-phase
Power Output Setting 2800 watts
Fuel Source Pipeline Natural Gas

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