Vapor Recovery Testing is used to determine if all elements of the Stage II system are functioning properly and within local regulatory guidelines. A malfunctioning system could release unacceptable levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the atmosphere, and create the potential for significant financial loss.
Whether you have a Balance, Vac-Assist, or Healy system – or any other type of system available on the market today – our field technicians have the knowledge and training to evaluate your Vapor Recovery System. Specific field tests include:
- Stage II Pressure Decay
- Stage I Pressure Decay (NESHAP Requirements)
- Dynamic Pressure
- Liquid Blockage
- Pressure Vacuum Vent Valve
- Flow Rate Determination and Liquid Removal
It should be noted that many states, counties, and metropolitan areas are now in the process of eliminating Stage II Vapor Recovery System requirements. If that is applicable to your facility, we have the experience and knowledge to help you understand your ongoing responsibilities, and to develop and execute any necessary decommissioning processes, timelines, and service programs.