VaporSaver 1 helps clear the air for Olympics
Jun 1, 2008 12:00 PM
OPW Fueling Components, a division of Dover Corporation under the Dover Fluid Management business segment, announces the supply of more than 130 VaporSaver 1 units for use by oil companies in China. The units were purchased in an effort to improve air quality in advance of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which are scheduled to begin August 8, 2008.
The VaporSaver 1 is a tank-pressure-management system that uses state-of-the-art membrane technology to stop harmful, ozone-causing gasoline vapors from escaping into the air during fueling or product deliveries. It returns these vapors to the underground gasoline storage tanks as valuable fuel. In fact, OPW estimates that a service station pumping 200,000 gallons of gasoline per month may save nearly 500 gallons of gasoline each month by using a VaporSaver 1.
Other features of the VaporSaver 1 include:
Works at sites with no vapor-recovery requirements
Works with Stage 1 and/or Stage II vapor-recovery systems
Has a user-friendly PLC-based user interface
Stores daily run times in minutes for 365 days
Stores the past 50 alarm/system reset events
Easy to use with remote communications capability (RS-232)
Has serial printer capability (RS-232)
A clean-air vent monitored by a hydrocarbon sensor
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