Detechtion Technologies

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Detechtion first began working with a small group of gas producers in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin in 1998. Early success and the realization of significant production benefits by our clients led to rapid growth and expansion throughout the basin. Today, Enalysis is widely used throughout Canada - where roughly 1 out of every 3 reciprocating compressors is on the Enalysis Program. Detechtion introduced Enalysis for rotary compressors in 2002, and that program is also widely used throughout the industry.

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