What do you do if you smell gas? If it is strong, leave the building and call 911. A utility worker would use natural gas leak detection equipment to isolate the leak to remedy the problem.
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We provide insights on natural gas measurement, underground utility damage prevention, utility contractor services and various natural gas products. Formerly the Linc Energy Blog.
GPL Odorizers, the manufacturer of environmentally responsible odorization systems now offers its clients the option of including a Shelter Works custom-built fiberglass building in their odorization design. This design option augments the odorant injection system's protection from the weather, as well as improves aesthetics and deters vandalism.
Recently, GPL Odorizers and Linc Energy Systems were challenged by a client's problematic low-flow odorization site. Both companies worked together and conferred with Sage Metering, who designed the GPL 100 Thermal Mass Flow Meter for low-flow odorization use. Here is a case study on this application.
We are happy to announce that GPL Odorizers, the manufacturer of environmentally responsible natural gas odorization systems has released their new odorizer for accurate, repeatable and optimal odorant injection in low flow and intermittent flow conditions.
It is official! A couple of Linc Energy Systems' employees, including myself, formed a new business called GPL Odorizers and acquired Sentry Equipment odorization product line. The integration of the odorant injection line from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, to Wheat Ridge Colorado is underway.
We're excited to announce the release of the Z10000 Odorizer which is ideal for high pressure and high flow natural gas odorization applications. The new odorization system is from Zeck Systems, a division of Sentry Equipment Corporation.
In my post “Natural gas leak detection and what to do,” I discussed methods of detecting, isolating and what to do in the event of a gas leak. I noted that the real first alert for detecting natural gas is the nose, thanks to our sense of smell. Which raises the question – what is natural gas odorization?