Tank blanketing regulators
Tank Blanketing or padding, is the process and practice of covering the surface of a stored commodity, usually a liquid, with an inert gas. If that commodity is volatile or toxic, tank blanketing can prevent it from harming workers, equipment and the environment. When the commodity is a food or other substance, blanketing protects it from oxidation or contamination through exposure to air or moisture. In most cases, tank blanketing gas is pure, dry nitrogen.
Blanketing can prevent liquids from vaporizing into the atmosphere and can maintain the tank´s vapor space above a flammable or combustible liquid to reduce potential ignition while pumping.
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