Maximum recommended temperatures for Glycol reboilers
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Following are the typical temperatures:
Diethylene: 340 °F
Triethylene: 400 °F
Tetraethylene: 430 °F
Glycol will start to degrade higher than above temperatures and it will start to foam in the contactor. This could couse flooding in the contactor.
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