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VAPORIZER is a kind of boiler to increase the heat exchange and assist LPG vaporization. LPG enters the vaporizer as a liquid and exits as a gas, just like we see with natural vaporization. The big difference is that vaporizers has function to add artificial heat to realize more stable and larger vaporization capacity.
So Why Use a Vaporizer? For the continuous, steady operation of your application, the amount of gas your equipment draws from your storage tank must be matched by the rate of vaporization. However, because natural vaporization is a function of both ambient temperature and storage tank size (as well as tank fill level), natural vaporization performance has its limits.
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The natural BOG is sent to the main boilers by low duty compressor (L/D compressor) through the low duty heater and the flow rate is controlled by L/D compressor speed & inlet guide vane (IGV). If natural BOG does not meet boiler demand, the forcing vaporizer will generate forcing BOG and add it to natural BOG for full speed range of ship.
Natural Vaporization. At standard pressure and temperature, LPG exists as a gaseous fuel. However, for its efficient storage and handling, the Gaseous state is liquefied under modest pressure to produce LPG (liquefied petroleum gas), a form that is 250 times reduced from its natural state.
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