What do these 3 images have in common? They are all called “church windows.” We have stained glass in our compressor buildings, but not like that. “Church window” is used to describe anchor bolt recesses and power cylinder liner ports that have eroded over time. And pretty much anything else that is that general shape. Want to learn more? Join us at the Eastern Gas Compression Roundtable on September 14-16, 2021 at the David Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh.
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