Will the gas recovery device at the gas station suck the gasoline out of my tank? The answer is No.
The reasons are as follows: in the last issue, we said that there is a suction port at the head and tail of the refueling gun equipped with an oil and gas recovery device to focus on absorbing the oil and gas in the automobile fuel tank. However, it also has a function of monitoring the liquid function. As long as the suction port meets the gasoline liquid, it will immediately jump the gun and stop absorbing the oil and gas. So you don't have to worry about the gasoline in your car's fuel tank being pumped away.
Suction port of recovery device at head and tail of refueling gun
We also paid for the oil and gas in the car fuel tank, which was sucked away by the oil and gas recovery device. Can we add it back?
We did pay for the oil and gas in the oil and gas, but it's too difficult to add it back. Let's take the oil and gas recovery equipment produced by Luoyang wohong petrochemical as an example. The oil and gas conversion rate is about 1000 / 1, that is, the oil and gas recovered by adding 1000 liters of gasoline can recover 1 liter of gasoline after treatment.
Each car can add 50 liters of gasoline at a time. According to the oil and gas recovery conversion rate of 1000 / 1, each car can recover 50 ml of gasoline when filled with oil. It is too difficult and almost impossible for the staff of the gas station to add 50 ml of gasoline.
Gas stations add up. Can you make money from this?
The oil and gas recovery equipment produced by Luoyang wohong Petrochemical is at least more than 80000. We calculate how much oil and gas we need to recover to recover the cost. According to the oil and gas recovery conversion rate of 1000 / 1, it is necessary to add 1000 liters of gasoline to get back 1 liter of gasoline. At present, No. 92 gasoline is 7 yuan, and it is necessary to add at least 110 million liters of gasoline to get back to the cost. Therefore, there is no need for gas stations to make money by oil and gas recovery devices.