GPL Odorizers has recently shared a look at one of their new portable odorant injection systems, which demonstrates the company’s ability to design and manufacture customized odorization systems to meet end-users’ needs.
Custom Odorization Solutions
GPL Odorizers understands that most odorization applications are unique and rather than turning out cookie-cutter odorant injection systems, they are positioned to design and produce custom solutions to satisfy the end-user’s needs. Among the custom solutions they provide are:
- Temporary odorization units
- Odorant injection systems protected by fiberglass buildings
- Tanks and containment skids
- Pickling units
- Portable systems
Here is a look at a GPL Odorizers portable odorant injection system.
Portable Odorant Injection Systems
The GPL-750-V-120-P is a portable odorant injection system that is easy to install and portable. The unit has a built-in metal pallet which permits a forklift (or pallet jack) to transfer the entire system easily. This design is not a temporary system. However, its built-in movability allows the user to move the unit to another application if needed. Its slim design, with a vertical tank orientation, means it requires a minimal footprint enabling efficient use of the area.
The GPL-750-V-120-P features a galvanized tin roof to protect it from the sun and lessens rain or snow in the containment vessel. The roof can be taken off if the odorant tank needs replacing. The design offers easy access to the electrical enclosure, mechanical cabinet, power supply, and the injection panel.
The turnkey system comprises the GPL 750 Odorizer, Horner controller, a 120 gallon ASME odorant tank, and containment skid all contained on an integrated aluminum pallet. It also includes, although not pictured here, the GPL 100 Flow Meter and pipeline tap assembly kit (comprising sonic muffler, dielectric fitting, blow-down valve, and pipeline shut-off valve).
Installation is straightforward:
- Set the unit on a level pad (end user supplied).
- Bolt down the rig (bolt holes built into the base).
- Fill the odorant tank.
- Connect the GPL 750 odorizer from the drip chamber to the pipeline using the pipeline tap assembly kit.
- Connect the GPL 100 flow meter to the pipeline.
- Connect blanket gas to the injection panel.
- Turn on the power.
- Follow simple start-up instructions provided by GPL Odorizers.
Download the GPL-750-V-120-P flyer.
If you have an odorant injection challenge and would like a quote on a GPL Odorizers standard or custom unit, send an inquiry to Linc Energy Systems.