Isobutylene Liquid Transfer/Vapor Recovery Compressor Package
S&S Technical was approached to manufacture a compressor package that would be used to transfer Isobutylene from railcars to storage. Because Isobutylene is a liquefied gas and transported in pressurized railcars, a compressor is typically used for the application. The compressor system is designed to draw Isobutylene vapors from the storage vessel, compress the vapors and push them to the vapor space in the railcar. This creates a pressure differential between the railcar and storage vessel causing the liquid to flow from the railcars to the storage vessel. For this application, a CORKEN – an IDEX Energy business FT691 compressor was selected.