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MPR Services

2443 North Gordon Street
Suite K
Alvin
TX 77511
USA


Tel : +1 281 824-3712

JSSczesny@tkinet.com

www.mprservices.com

MPR Services maintains our 20-year position as a global leader in Amine Hygiene through the innovation and evolution of our reclaiming technology. We are also leaders in safety, having worked without a lost time accident for nine years. MPR Services is registered with major international, national and local safety organizations.

Our proprietary processes remove contaminants from:
* Amine: commodity and specialized
* Glycol: commodity and specialized
* Sulfolane

MPR Services engineered systems are custom designed to successfully treat every project using permanent and mobile installations to:
* Minimize corrosion rates
* Remove solids and hydrocarbons
* Prevent amine and glycol degradation
* Eliminate fouling and plugging
* Decrease foaming potential
* Reduce maintenance costs
* Deter environmental concerns
* Increase unit capacity
* Create efficiency

Highly trained on-site operators, teamed with skilled chemists in our state-of-the art Innovation Center, provide direct support and monitoring services to all of our clients throughout the world.

MPR Services is delivering cost effective Amine Hygiene to on-shore customers in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Russia.

Refinery: As the company’s initial service line, our experience runs more than two decades deep in removing heat stable salts and other impurities from amine circuits in oil refineries.

Gas & Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
: Our experienced team understands the reclamation needs of the ever growing LNG industry and have customized solutions for any situation, regardless of size or location.

Syngas
: MPR Services technology can remove the particulates, hydrocarbons and other contaminants in syngas, while enabling plants to stay in compliance with environmental regulations.

Ammonia:
The team at MPR Services is experienced in providing Amine Hygiene in ammonia plants, where a particular understanding of the issues and problems in this processing technology is essential.