Press Release Summary:
CPC1 and CPC2 constant pressure sample receivers are designed for receipt, handling, and storage of liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon samples, which are maintained at constant pressure by pre-charging cylinders with gas. Design features include stable non-roll square section construction, built-in sample volume indicator, and glycol filled gauges. Operating temperature range is -20 to 100 deg C and max operating pressure is 100 bar.
Original Press Release:
Hydrocarbon Sample Receivers Maintain A Constant Pressure
The new Jiskoot CPC1 and CPC2 constant pressure sample receivers are designed for the receipt, handling and storage of liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon samples, which are maintained at a constant pressure by pre-charging the cylinders with gas.
Made from 316L for durability with a rugged yet light and compact portable design, these 'competitively priced' 1 or 2 litre units are designed for use with systems automatically
sampling crude oil, refined products and gas, including high RVP liquid.
They are ideal for applications where the fluids are unstable at ambient temperature or where samples should be maintained at process temperatures for analysis. Operating temperature range is -20 to +100 deg C and maximum operating pressure is 100 bar.
Normal or arduous duty seals are offered, allowing use on corrosive and non-lubricating fluids. Design features include a stable 'non-roll' square section construction, a built-in
sample volume indicator with an easy to read scale and rugged glycol filled gauges.
Integral valves are mounted within a safety shroud to prevent accidental operation or damage. The cylinder internals are designed with a minimal trapped volume to avoid cross contamination between sample batches.
The receivers have no external rods that can be damaged during handling or cause an operator hazard, which also makes them easy to use in small housings and cabinets. Cylinders are available for sour (NACE) service and can be fully drained. They are easy
to mount and standard brackets can also be supplied with integral receiver-full sensors for simple operation and removal.