Maxwell Rim Vents
The Maxwell Rim Vents are installed on tanks equipped with a rim seal system that creates a vapor pocket, such as a mechanical shoe seal or double wiper seal system.
The rim vent is connected to the rim vapor space by a pipe and releases any excess pressure or vacuum that is present. The rim vapor space is bounded by the floating deck rim, the primary-seal shoe, the liquid surface, and the primary-seal fabric.
Rim vents usually consist of weighted pallets that rest on the gasketed surface.
Commonly the given rules are that for single deck internal floating roofs a Pressure Relieve or Pressure Vacuum Relieve valve might be needed, for double deck floating roofs and spider decks having a low sinking depth a Pressure Relive valve only will be sufficient.
Maxwell Continental Tank Serv Engineering has combined over 20 years’ experiences from the past with their research and development, through which it has produced increasingly innovative products for above ground storage tank (AST).
And it’s not just about the new and interesting, when old technologies and products are to be revitalised or re-used it always can be reviewed and when needed altered to be made more efficient.
The most commonly used Maxwell Rim Vents are:
• PVRV Rim vent (Pressure Vacuum Relieve Valve) from 2” up to 14”
• PRV Rim vent (Pressure Relieve Valve) from 2” up to 12”