The Phazer is the only cryogenic LNG probe-vaporizer that provides verifiably accurate and representative LNG samples at 0,5 barg.
The Phazer conforms to ISO 8943:2007 and surpasses NEN-EN 12838:2000. Your LNG measurement is only as accurate as your provided sample…
If you have questions about the Phazer, don’t hesitate to call us on +31 (0)20 4924748 or send and e-mail to our expert Mr Hans-Peter Visser.
Phazer design criteria
- Close-coupled to process LNG transfer line
- 100% LNG transported to vaporizer
- Operating at low process pressure
- Flash vaporization
- Integrated Zero Dead Volume Accumulator™
- Homogenized sample
- Surpasses NEN-EN 12838: 2000
- Simple installation
- Small foot print
- Low weight
- Direct installation on LNG transfer line
- Minimize EPC, SI and installation effort
- No moving parts
- Low duty cycle vaporizer
- Practically maintenance free
- Bare minimum of spare parts required
Our LNG probe-vaporizer is robust, compact, flexible and simple to install
- Small footprint:
- 100 x 20 cm (40” x 8”)
- approximately 50 kg (110 lb)
- Low to high sample pressure
It eliminates any uncertainty of your LNG sample quality. It is the most accurate, reliable and flexible LNG probe-vaporizer available.
The Phazer is available in a wide array of models to suit your (process) specific needs.
We build the Phazer with the highest quality materials and comply with industrial standards like ATEX, IECEx, UL/CSA, DNV, BV etc.
ASaP is a reputable provider of analytical solutions; We can provide you with a full service package including analyzers, system integration etc. You are kindly invited to consult us on any analytical challenge!
The Phazer is manufactured by ASaP, an ISO 9001:2015 certified company in the Netherlands.
Field study of LNG probe-vaporizers
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