Custom Engineered Vapor Control Solutions
JOHN ZINK is dedicated to providing its customers with custom engineered solutions that offer capital and operational savings and high rates of return on investment.
Contact a John Zink Hamworthy Combustion engineer to discuss recommendations for investing intelligently in your vapor recovery or vapor combustion system. Discover the tools available to improve your maintenance program. Learn about opportunities to increase ROI and decrease operational costs. Expanding your terminal? Find out how to increase the capacity of your existing vapor control system without breaking the bank.
Economic Analyses to Improve ROI
Invest in a new VRU to operate as the primary vapor control device at your terminal that currently uses a VCU. Vapor recovery technology offers the user a return on investment in the form of recovered product. Selling this recovered product that would otherwise be emitted into the atmosphere or burned in a combustion unit allows the user company to recoup its investment typically within the first one to three years of service.
Retrofit to Reduce Operating Costs
- Retrofit your existing unit with dry vacuum pump technology to handle a wider range of vapors (including neat ethanol), simplify the vapor recovery process, significantly reduce power consumption, and lower maintenance costs.
- Retrofit your unit with a seal fluid temperature control valve to prevent rapid seal fluid dilution with ethanol and save on seal fluid replacement costs.
- Explore the possibility of retrofitting your existing system with a booster blower package to substantially increase throughput for a lower capital cost.
- Retrofit your older marine vapor combustion unit to reduce operating costs. Contact a John Zink Hamworthy Combustion engineer to discover what upgrades can be made to your system that will reduce costs, increase capacity, and potentially expand the products you can handle with your existing unit.
VRU & VCU
- John Zink Hamworthy Combustion’s service organization offers expansive knowledge in the vapor control industry. Contact us today for information on preventative maintenance contracts.
Expertise to Meet GD GACT Rule
- A retrofit for a continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) enables you to meet • the new GD GACT requirements, and can significantly reduce power consumption by using the CEM Start energy savings mode of operation. Power savings over conventional VRU logic are estimated at 30% – 50%, with a payback on investment often within the first 1 – 2 years. If your VRU is already outfitted with a CEMS, contact us to learn how the CEM Start mode can be incorporated into the logic of your system.
- Contact a John Zink Hamworthy Combustion engineer to determine how to comply with GD GACT via para metric monitoring and recording in lieu of emissions measurement.
- Contact John Zink Hamworthy Combustion’s aftermarket department regarding a retrofit to your existing VCU to comply with the new GD GACT requirements. Let a John Zink Hamworthy Combustion engineer help you explore your options for complying with the updated regulations and find a solution that best fits your needs.
To learn more about John Zink Hamworthy Combustion’s vapor recovery solutions or to discuss a solution for your facility, contact the vapor control group.