GPL Odorizers is exhibiting at the Appalachian Gas
Measurement Short Course (AGMSC) on July 29-August 1 at the Robert Morris
University in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. Stop by booth 801 to learn what’s
new in advanced natural gas odorant injection and odorization. Continue reading
GPL Odorizers will be exhibiting its natural gas odorant injection systems at the 2019 AGA Operations Conference April 29-May 2 in Nashville Tennessee.
When someone suffers from anosmia, he or she is unable to smell the odorant used to odorize natural gas. A hyposmia sufferer may also be unable to detect the gas. With both medical conditions, a dangerous situation would present itself if there was ever a natural gas leak.
Anosmia or Hyposmia Smell Disorders
Unfortunately, not everyone has an ordinary sense of smell. While some people may have a diminished sense (hyposmia), others are unable to smell at all (anosmia). Some studies have suggested on average 1-2 % of North Americans have impaired smell. Causes of reduced olfactory perception range from aging, allergies, viral infections attacking the olfactory nerve, medications, hormones, diseases, and other conditions, though some people are born with no sense of smell (congenital anosmia). Continue reading
GPL Odorizers, the manufacturer of the advanced eco-friendly odorization system, has added an even more robust odorant injection system upgrade. The odorizer manufacturer now offers Shelter Works custom-built fiberglass buildings to protect the entire system from the weather, as well as improve aesthetics and dissuade vandalism. Continue reading
The Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course (AGMSC) is July 31 – August 3 at the Robert Morris University in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. Plan to stop by the GPL Odorizers booth to learn the latest in low- and intermittent-flow natural gas odorization. Continue reading