A vapor recovery system is now a necessary part of oil and gas processing facilities. They keep the fumes away from the atmosphere and save cost from reducing waste while profiting from the recovered material. Purchasing one can be made convenient through a package, but not one package can fit all needs.
Here are the things you need to consider to personalize your recovery system:
Chemicals in Your Vapor – The kind of chemicals in the emissions can affect your choice of vapor recovery systems. Certain chemicals can react with certain materials in some systems and lead to more frequent maintenance. Other factors, such as the emission's heat and pressure, can also affect your system's durability and its ability to perform its tasks well and consistently. Make sure you are aware of these needed information when discussing your needs with the seller.
The Volume of Emitted Vapor – Different processing facilities have different levels of emissions, and the vapor recovery package that you purchase should just be able to handle the level of seepage that regularly plague your facility. Installing a system that can only handle part of the vapor's volume defeats the purpose of acquiring a recovery system in the first place. On the other hand, having a vapor recovery that can handle much more than what your facility emits would be a waste of energy used by the vapor recovery unit.
The Condition of Your Facility – When purchasing a vapor recovery package, you should know the present condition and structure of your facility. That way, the vendor can determine where the vapor recovery system can best be installed for maximum performance and operations. Be ready to provide blueprints and building plans when necessary.
By considering these factors, a satisfactory choice can be made when purchasing your business' vapor recovery system. If still in doubt, do clarify your choices with your supplier before finalizing your purchase. After all, it's always a sound business move to trust the experts.