Webber EMI is establishing itself as a leader in the design and manufacture of Canister Conditioning Equipment.  Webber’s Model 110 utilizes our highly-intuitive, Windows-based control system to allow a user to quickly set up and precisely load charcoal canisters with Butane/Nitrogen in accordance with all applicable EPA and CARB protocols.  This Model comes in single and dual station configurations, as well as a model designed specifically for multi-cycle aging and conditioning.  Then, in 2016 Webber launched it’s Model 210 GWC Canister Conditioning System for the aging of canisters using gasoline as the vapor source.

Canister Conditioning Equipment

Model 110 BWC Standard Features

  • Meets all required EPA/CARB conditioning procedures.
  • Sturdy modular enclosure and system design for ease of installation and expansion.
  • Independent, sequential, and multiple canister loading operations.
  • Minimal operator setup and system maintenance requirements.
  • All ‘wetted’ components: Stainless Steel, Teflon®, or PVC.
  • Ability to confirm calculated canister bed volumes & working capacity via EPA / CARB approved ‘breakthrough’ methodology.
  • Canister Loading: User selectable Butane-to-Nitrogen percentage by volume.
  • Butane/Nitrogen loading with high capacity vacuum-driven canister purge.
  • Software selectable flow rates –
    • Butane Loading to CFR regulations
    • Purge Air Flow to CFR regulations
    • 50% Butane to 50% Nitrogen mixture composure by volume

Bench Control

  • Windows-based, proprietary software.
  • Controls up to two stations.
  • User-configurable parameters.
  • Displayed ‘station status’ and progress bar.
  • Network based.

Data Acquisition

  • Data and alarm logging.
  • Comprehensive test report generation.
  • Temperature and humidity charting.
  • Flowrate Charting.
  • Mass Logging.

Model 110-55 Dual Canister Conditioning Stand

Webber EMI has recently launched the Model 110-55 Canister Conditioning System.  This system is designed for maximum flexibility to meet our customers’ diverse needs.  The system comes with the ability to age canisters for an operator preset number of cycles, while monitoring the Canister performance real time on a scale.  It also has the flexibility to condition a canister on a vehicle in your lab, or you can do both simultaneously.

This system shares many of the same features as the standard Model 110 bench.  By leveraging on our design, we help keep our costs down for you the customer. And if you are adding to your current Webber line-up of Canister Conditioning equipment you will find these systems to be an easy transition for your technicians to manage.

Standard Features

  • L.E.L. (lower explosive limit) alarm system.
  • Barometric pressure monitoring.
  • Humidification monitoring of purge air.
  • Butane/Nitrogen Ratio from 0-100%
  • Variable Purge
  • Pressure and Vacuum Purge Capability
  • Scales for Monitoring Canister Weight
  • Scales and Canisters for monitoring canister Breakthrough
  • Dual Canister System allows simultaneous loading of two canisters with two canisters in the que.
  • Intuitive Webber Operating System for Managing Canister Loading.

General Specifications

  • Flow Rates:
    • Purge to 50 slpm
    • Butane/Nitrogen Load rates from 1 to 144 grams/hour
    • OPTIONAL ORVR Simulation by loading Butane to 3600 grams/hour
    • Nitrogen to 50 slpm
  • Multi-cycle aging of canisters with easy to use set-up of Operator selected parameters.
  • Enclosure dimensions: 72”H x 55”W x 36”D
  • Mass Flow Controller Accuracy: +/- 1% of full scale.
  • Repeatability: +/- 0.15% of full scale.

Model 210-55 GWC Canister Conditioning Equipment

In 2016, Webber launched its Model 210 GWC Canister Conditioning System for the aging of canisters using gasoline as the vapor source.  Webber’s design has unmatched temperature control to go along with flexible programming to meet every customer’s needs.   This includes high flow capability to simulate ORVR conditions, industry benchmark capability for controlling purge flow rates, and data recording to monitor how your canisters and catalysts are reacting and performing.   The benches come standard with the test protocol to support the Diurnal Bleed Emission Testing (DBL) Procedure.

These versatile systems come equipped with the capability to age with the traditional method using a butane and nitrogen mixture.  And, as in the case of our Model 110 family, every system comes with Webber’s Proprietary Software to allow for easy and intuitive test set-up and recording.  Our solutions are cost effective, practical and totally reliable.

Standard Features

  • L.E.L. (lower explosive limit) alarm system.
  • Barometric pressure monitoring.
  • Humidification monitoring of purge air.
  • Butane/Nitrogen Ratio from 0-100%
  • Variable Purge
  • Pressure and Vacuum Purge Capability
  • Scale for Monitoring Canister Weight
  • Scale for Monitoring 2 gram breakthrough
  • Intuitive Webber Operating System for Managing Canister Loading.
  • OPTIONAL FTIR method for measuring breakthrough
  • OPTIONAL Purge air temperature and humidity control
  • OPTIONAL Integrated Temperature Chamber for Canister Loading

General Specifications

  • Flow Rates:
    • Purge to 50 slpm
    • Butane to 3600 grams/hour for refueling simulation  OPTIONAL
    • Nitrogen to 50 slpm
    • Butane/Nitrogen Loading up to 144 grams per hour capability
    • Fuel vapor/Air Loading 40-80 grams/hour at 50/50 mix plus or minus 15% by volume
  • Canister Multi Cycle aging and DBL Testing Prep routine.
  • Enclosure dimensions: 72”H x 55”W x 36”D – Standard 210 Model
  • Mass Flow Controller Accuracy: +/- 1% of full scale.
  • Repeatability: +/- 0.15% of full scale.