District Regulating Skids
District Regulating Stations are systems installed at the nodes of the pipeline networks where ideally the gas enters different districts / areas and the pressure is reduced to acceptable levels for zone 3 and above areas.
District Regulating skids generally consist of twin-stream arrangement with redundancy for continuous trouble-free operation. Generally the outlet pressure of these skids is approx. 4 bar(g), which is acceptable pressure for HDPE/MDPE gas networks of the zone 3 and above areas.
Every square inch of space at sites is a cost to our customers and hence it is imperative for us to design the skids with utmost consideration of minimum utilization of floor space. We, at Control Plus have designed and delivered the skids with highly compact designs but easily accessible and zero operation and maintenance hassles.
These skids are generally provided with well-enclosed, openable and ventilated enclosures and cabinets to prevent thefts, dust, water-ingress, etc. Moreover, the toughened glass windows give direct view of the devices and readings of the meters and gauges, without opening the doors of the cabinets.
We also maintain exhaustive stocks for immediate replacement during operation and maintenance and also provide site installation services including repair, overhaul, revamping and maintenance services.