Linde North America, Inc. Datasheets for Vapor Recovery Systems

Vapor recovery systems are designed to recover vapors from gasoline or other fuels so that these gases do not escape into the atmosphere. They are used in the chemical process and petroleum industries to recover escaped vapors for either reuse or destruction (usually by combustion).
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Nominal cooling capacity: 25 kW Nominal flow rate: 150 Nm³/h Length: 1.2 m Width: 0.8 m Height: 3.4 m CIRRUS® VEC comes in three different sizes (handling flow rates up...
Nominal cooling capacity: 6 kW Nominal flow rate: 50 Nm³/h Length: 1.2 m Width: 0.8 m Height: 2.8 m CIRRUS® VEC comes in three different sizes (handling flow rates up...
Nominal cooling capacity: 75 kW Nominal flow rate: 500 Nm³/h Length: 1.6 m Width: 1.2 m Height: 4.3 m CIRRUS® VEC comes in three different sizes (handling flow rates up...
Primary components of the xenon loading equipment (XLE) are compressor, vacuum pump, high precision weight scale (0.02 kg accuracy), after cooler, and pre-heater. Maximum operating pressure is 2700 PSIG (186...
This xenon recovery system is a manual system designed to be used with 27500-liter chamber, filled with 3000 liters of xenon at NTP. Recovery operation is estimated to take 14-18...