The weather cannot protect your EFRs, EnviroEye can! Ask us how.
EnviroEye, LLC – Press Release Fall 2018
EnviroEye upcoming tradeshow Demonstrations:
- NISTM, Galveston, TX – September 12-13, 2018 at the Moody Gardens Hotel booth # 403.
- Clean Gulf, New Orleans, LA – November 14-15, 2018 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center find us at Slick Sleuth’s booth # 604
EnviroEye has been delivering solutions for external floating roof (EFRs) protection. We answer the question of which position to leave your roof drain valve.
Leave your drain line valve open and EnviroEye will detect hydrocarbons and automatically close the valve and alert your team. This protects your roof, your inventory, and the environment. EnviroEye can be placed at the tank flange or at dike outfalls.
Come to see a live demonstration and see EnviroEye at work.
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EnviroEye, LLC-Drain Guard Systems
Michael Sprung – Media Relations
(713) 627 – 1700 ext. 102
4635 SW FRWY, Suite 910, Houston, Tx 77027
PO Box 270415, Houston, TX 77277-0415
Press Release – August 30, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Keywords: Oil & Gas, Bulk Storage, External Floating Roof, EFRs, Above Ground Storage Tanks, ASTs, “Floaters”, Petroleum Storage, Storm Water Management, Tank Farms, Retention Pond, Diked Areas, Drain Guard System
NOVEMBER 13-15, 2018
NEW ORLEANS, LA
SEPTEMBER 12-13, 2018
11th Annual National Aboveground Storage Tank
Conference & Trade Show
Moody Gardens Hotel
MARCH 27, 2018
ROSEN SHINGLE HOTEL
JUNE 11, 2018
GEORGE BROWN CONVENTION CENTER
To schedule a meeting, contact Michael Sprung
713-627-1700 / EXT. 103
Removal of rainwater accumulation from open top floating roofs on above ground storage tanks presents an operating concern that, to date, has had no viable solution.
Does your operation dictate the roof drain valve be left…
In cases of slight or torrential rains, all rainwater immediately drains from the roof through and out of your tank. However, if the internal roof drain line fails, the stored product drains through the failed line onto the ground, causing hazardous material discharge into the tank dike.
In light or heavy rain conditions, it is essential that an operator immediately respond by manually opening the roof drain line. If excessive rainwater is allowed to accumulate on the roof, loss of buoyancy may occur, resulting in sinking of the roof, damage to the tank wall and release of stored product into the environment.
Both scenarios expose you to potential contamination, permit violations, media attention, tank failures and extended downtime.