EcoVapor Recovery Systems has a number of patented and patent-pending innovations that enable the most advanced vapor recovery systems in the industry. Among the key differentiators are the following:

Oxygen Destruction

EcoVapor has a patented oxygen destruction process as an integrated part of all of its skid-mounted vapor recovery systems as well as a stand-alone piece of equipment. As the only oxygen destruction capable unit in the industry coupled with an onboard oxygen analyzer that actively controls the sales line valve in real time, EcoVapor can ensure gas sent to the gathering lines meets even the most stringent specification. ERS systems can process up to 30,000 ppm oxygen and regularly deliver gas with oxygen at less than 2 ppm. All data, including oxygen measurements, are continually monitored internal to the system and logged for record keeping.

Pressure Control

Patent pending technology allows ERS systems to hold upstream vessels (oil collection tanks, VRTs, or separators) to whatever pressure the customer desires, down to 1/4 ounce per square inch. Sophisticated pressure control allows customers to optimize their operations customizing suction pressure to meet specific wellsite needs. The fine pressure control allows customers to capture best-in-class value for their associated gas production.

Remote Monitoring

EcoVapor has a proprietary remote monitoring system. Systems are monitored real time with data visible via a PC, iPhone, or Android phone. The ERS Dashboard monitors all systems in the field and customers get a separate log in for their systems and can customize their dashboard to their own desires. The remote monitoring system also has call outs for shut downs or notifications about the system allowing us to respond quickly to issues. In addition to the automatic callouts via text/email and customizable dashboard, our remote monitoring is taken to new levels through two-way communication. Not only can we view every parameter remotely, but we can manipulate setpoints, upload software, and reset the system just as if we were on location.