Emission Rx Ltd

Emission Rx Ltd

Emission Rx is a leading equipment provider for emission mitigation technologies in the North American Oil and Gas industry. As regulators moves towards stricter regulations on methane and venting, Emission Rx has solutions that provide savings of up to 50% when compared to traditional waste gas combustion devices. Emission Rx is well equipped to provide efficient combustion solutions for BTEX vapours, casing gas, tank vapours or any other source of vent gas. Our commitment to engineering excellence ensures superior products and maximized efficiency.

Company details

Bay 13 - 666 Goddard Ave NE , Calgary , Alberta T2K 5X3 Canada

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Air and Climate - Air Pollution Treatment
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
2017
Employees:
1-10
Turnover:
$1,000,000 US - $10,000,000 US

Emission Rx has developed a patent pending waste gas combustion technology that meets the demanding needs of today’s oil and gas sites. This unique design offers significant cost advantages while ensuring exceptional performance and reliability.

Highlights of Emission Rx’s Combustors:

  • Meets or exceeds current regulations (AER Directive 60 & 39, CSA B149.3)

  • No visible flame, smoke or odour

  • Highly efficient combustion, independently tested to >99.9% Combustion Efficiency

  • Natural draft, low power requirement (can be solar powered)

  • Pilot fuel gas only, no supplemental fuel gas required*

  • Accepts waste gas from 0.1 psig to 30 psig

  • Low capital cost, units starting at under $30K

  • Close spacing (10 m) to wellheads, storage and process equipment

  • Simple setup, light weight only a picker truck required, no guy wires

  • Simple maintenance no confined space entry required

How can we help you?
  • Stack design services

  • Engineered drawings and design, P. Eng. Stamped

  • B149.3-15 compliance evaluation, upgrades and certification assistance

  • Combustor and incinerator maintenance and repairs