295-901 - Phillips Cascade Process (LNG) System Model

Product Dimensions
(W x L x H)
30in x 46 ½in x 9in ( 762 x 1181 x 228 mm)
40 lbs. (18 kg)

Shipping Dimensions
(W x L x H)
36in. x 52in. x 18in. (914 x 1320.8 x 457)
80 lbs. (36 kg)

A detailed and stylized scale model of a single train LNG production/conversion system, designed for training purposes, which facilitates training in this basic technology for the creation of LNG for transport. The model includes representative depiction of all primary components including air-cooled exchangers, storage tanks, and turbocompressors, as well as representative connecting piping.
The model reflects a generic representation of the common LNG process designed by Phillips Petroleum. The complete process can be easily visualized through color coding and system labels.

The product supports introductory operations and maintenance training programs relating to the oil & gas industry.
Stylized, representative construction throughout.
Components include; Inlet scrubber, amine treater, propane chiller, dehydrator unit, dry gas filter, air fin and plate heat exchnagers, turbo-compressor packages, surge tanks, blowers, and storage tank.
Representative concrete foundations and equipment supports.
Durable PVC and acrylic baseplate assembly.
Painting, where necessary, using a high-durability coating.
Indication of basic process using flow arrows, and primary component identification labels.
Packaging for shipment via motor freight.
#295-901-01 - Protective Acrylic Dust Cover
None
•  No dedicated courseware provided.


Detailed educational scale models can be fragile by nature. DAC resumes NO liability for damage due to mishandling, misuse, or acts of fate.
The Phillips Cascade Process is a registered trademark and proprietary process of Phillips Petroleum/ConocoPhillips.
In accordance with DAC’s established policy of continuous improvement, these specifications and product descriptions are subject to change without notice. This information is the latest technical information as of the time of viewing or printing.