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Mass-Based Propane Odorant Injection System

For the October issue of Pumps & Systems, Brooks Marketing Manager Wes Sund contributed an article titled, "Mass-Based Propane Odorant Injection System." In the article, Wes describes the traditional method for propane odorization, as well as advances that provide the following benefits: higher accuracy to minimize odorant consumption; no moving parts for reliable operation and minimal maintenance; and documentation of actual odorant dosing rates. The advances are made through mass flow controllers with Coriolis sensor technology. Here's an excerpt from the article: A liquid mass flow controller based on Coriolis technology was selected as a technology that would provide these desired benefits. The operating concept of a mass flow controller-based odorization system is very simple. The odorant injection control system takes a reading from the propane delivery meter and calculates the flow setpoint required to meet the odorant mass/propane volume ratio specification. The flow controller is sized to meet a wide variation in propane delivery rates experienced from summer to winter. Read the full article here.

About The Author

Steve Kannengieszer
Director of Marketing

Steve is director of marketing, mass flow products at Brooks Instrument with responsibility for Coriolis, thermal mass flow and pressure products.

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