blanket gas

blanket gas

[′blaŋ·kət ‚gas]
(chemical engineering)
A gas phase introduced into a vessel above a liquid phase to prevent contamination of the liquid, reduce hazard of detonation, or to exert pressure on the liquid. Also known as cushion gas.
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Established in 1960, Groth Corporation, is a global leader in manufacturing pressure/vacuum relief valves, deflagration and detonation flame arresters, blanket gas regulators, and other low pressure relief products.
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In addition, six Enron-affiliated companies' blanket gas marketing certificates were terminated, marking the first time the Commission has taken such broad action against a company and its affiliates.
Revocation of blanket gas marketing certificates has much the same effect.
Halliburton AS has received a contract award for a hydrocarbon blanket gas system from the state-owned Norwegian oil company Den norske stats oljeselskap AS (Statoil).
Only 20 years in development, the Barnett Shale is considered a world-class, unconventional, blanket gas reservoir which produces profitable wells due to their low level of risk and high returns over a long term.
com)-- Groth Corporation is a global leader in manufacturing pressure/vacuum relief valves, flame and detonation arresters, blanket gas regulators and other low pressure relief products.
All Smart Drip[TM] systems utilize ASME Code tanks in a horizontal configuration and include pressure-rated reflex sight-level gauges and safety-gauge cock valves, ASME overpressure relief valve, blanket gas filter and stainless steel stand pipe through which odorant is delivered.
Established in 1960, Groth Corporation is a global leader in manufacturing pressure/vacuum relief valves, deflagration and detonation flame arresters, blanket gas regulators, and other low pressure relief products.