The EnviroEye Drain Guard System protects external floating roof tanks and dike outfalls from unintentional release of hydrocarbons associated with storm water. The system helps to automate storm water management.
The EnviroEye Drain Guard System can signal valves to close, a pump to turn on, and/or trigger an audible or visual alert. Text alert messages can be configured for remote monitoring.
The EnviroEye Drain Guard System simplifies operation protocols by automatically detecting product release and possible environmental contamination while reducing the guesswork related to storm water and storage tank management.
April 3-4, 2024 Booth # TBD
26th Annual International Aboveground Storage Tanks Conference & Trade Show
Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel
December 6-7, 2023 Booth TBD
16th Annual National Aboveground Storage Tank Conference & Trade Show
The Woodlands, Texas
Waterway Marriott Hotel
May 6-7, 2024 Booth # TBD
44th Annual Trade Show
George R Brown Convention Center
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Removal of rainwater accumulation from open top floating roofs on above ground storage tanks presents an operating concern that, until now, has had no viable solution.
Does your operation dictate the roof drain valve be left…
Open? 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.
Closed? 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.