Have you got your eye on your injection nozzles?
During odorization, secondary gas substances and dust form deposits on the vaporization bodies of injection nozzles. In the course of time, the odour substances and deposits form a sticky substance on the surface of the injection nozzle.
The vaporization surfaces of the injection nozzles are minimized and the odour substance can no longer be fully vaporized. Over time, the injection nozzles lose their function and – in extreme cases – can break off under the influence of the media flow and vibrations.
Faulty injection nozzles restrict the odorization processes. Liquid odour substance drops into the gas pipeline and leads to a hardening of valves and fittings. The failure of a valve is expensive. It means high costs for acquisition, replacement and plant down-times.
Disruptive and expensive
Unlike the classical method of installation in the pipeline, with the OEV the injection nozzle is installed directly into the ball valve.
To service the injection nozzle, the valve is shut off and its interior chamber depressurized. The gas flow is fed on via a by-pass pipeline.
- Saves time and money
- Inspection without removal
- Easy to exchange
- only requires one person