LFG Specialties manufacturers a full range of condensate knock-out pots specifically designed for landfill gas application
LFG Specialties manufacturers a full range of condensate knock-out pots specifically designed for landfill gas application.
- Heavy duty steel construction—
suitable for both vacuum and
- High solid epoxy interior coating
and complete protection
against condensate corrosion
- Removable lid—for inspection
- Full range of flanged connections
—2" through 24"
- Quick delivery—four weeks or
less for most orders
- Inexpensive insurance against
blower damage from liquid
- Stainless steel mesh pad to
catch free liquid and particulate
matters. Filtration capacity can
be 5, 10, or 20 microns
LFG Specialties will also custom
engineer and manufacture knock-out
pots and liquid separators to meet
specific customer conditions and
The KOP is fabricated/welded in
accordance with ASME Code Section 8
for Unfixed Pressure Vessels.
Interior: All interior surfaces including
inlet and outlet connections are
sandblasted to white metal.
A coat of Amerlock 400 high-solids
epoxy coating is applied and allowed to
dry a minimum of 2 hours. The dry film
thickness to be a minimum of 5.0 mils.
NOTE: High-solids epoxy coating
is specified for coating tanks and
equipment subject to long-term service
in highly corrosive environments. Any
damage to the coating, due to causes
beyond normal operation/exposure to
corrosive condensate, will void the
warranty on the epoxy coating.
Our carbon steel KOP with high-solids
epoxy coating is considered superior to
an HDPE unit in regards to withstanding
temperature and pressure extremes. The
life expectancy of both types of units
can be considered as equivalent.
Exterior: All exterior surfaces are
sandblasted to commercial finish.
A coat of industrial grade zinc oxide
primer is applied and allowed to dry a
minimum of 2 hours.
A color coat of industrial grade
enamel is applied as final finish.
The KOP is assembled and all openings
sealed/plugged. The KOP is filled to a
minimum pressure of 5.0 PSIG with
compressed air. The tank must maintain
the pressure for 30 minutes to obtain