Carbon Canister Vapor Polisher by Veeder-Root | Veeder-Root

Carbon Canister Vapor Polisher

Carbon Canister Vapor Polisher by Veeder-Root

Veeder-Root's Carbon Canister Vapor Polisher mounts directly on a station’s existing vent risers and easily connects to tank gauges using intrinsically safe wiring. To relieve positive tank pressures, the Vapor Polisher filters emissions that enter from the vent pipe and releases clean air into the atmosphere. No expensive concrete pads, protective barriers, or high maintenance expense leads to lower installation cost and lower total cost of ownership. It’s compatible with balance hanging hardware and is certified to meet the California Air Resource Board (CARB) Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) regulation.

Key features:

  • Proven solution – with over 90% of California customers converting
  • 100% compatibility and compliance while minimizing impact on your facility
  • Lower annual maintenance costs as compared to assist systems
  • Reduced alarms that translate to fewer contractor visits
  • Reduced testing time at site commissioning, as well as annual check

Key benefits:

  • Reduced ISD alarms, which means fewer contractor visits, fewer headaches
  • Fewer system components to service. Extra assist components include vapor pump, vapor motor, ORVR detector and air-to-liquid (A/L) mechanical valve. No contractor service calls to compensate for A/L drift
  • Reduced testing time at site commissioning, as well as annual check
  • Easy installation. Direct attachment to vent stack riser. No concrete pad and/or footing required
  • No safety crash protection required. No walls required for aesthetic appeal
  • Reduced building permit cost and no reduction in parking space area
  • Extended Capacity Carbon Canister Vapor Polisher configuration available for further reduction in over-pressure alarms

The latest system requirements for Veeder-Root's Carbon Canister Vapor Polisher are available 24/7 on the California Air Resource Board website. Please select the appropriate CARB Executive Order for additional information.

CARB Executive Order

Web Link

VR-203 Balance Without ISD

http://www.arb.ca.gov/vapor/eos/eo-vr202/eo-vr203.htm

VR-204 Balance Including ISD

http://www.arb.ca.gov/vapor/eos/eo-vr204/eo-vr204.htm

The site owner and installing contractor are responsible for understanding and abiding by local permit conditions. Consult your local jurisdiction for software requirements prior to any Pressure Management Control (PMC) installations. Failure to do so may result in violations, fines, and other associated costs.