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Alternate Energy Systems, Inc.

210 Prospect Park, 30269 Peachtree City, GA
Telephone +1 770 487-8596
Fax +1 770 631-4306

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Glass production/Production Technology
  • 01.04  Glass melting technology
  • 01.04.05  Gas equipment and supply systems

Our products

Product category: Gas equipment and supply systems

LPG Transfer Pumps

LPG Transfer Pumps, as the name implies, are used to transfer LPG from the storage tanks to the vaporizer. In systems with venturi LPG/air mixing systems, they are also responsible for maintaining the pressure needed for optimum and efficient function of the venturi tubes.

All pumps are mounted on steel skids, and are primed and painted. They are equipped with constant pressure regulator, strainer, isolation valves, by-pass loops, liquid filled pressure gauges, and any other components required for safe operation.

Smaller pumps up to 18 GPM are for single phase AC 115/230 V service. Larger pumps are for 3-phase AC 230/460 V and require external motor starters. Pumps up to 31 GPM are direct drive pumps (electric motor directly coupled to pump). Larger pumps are belt driven

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Product category: Gas equipment and supply systems

Flare Burner Heads (Test Flares)

Test Flares are used during system setup, and for periodical system tests and maintenance. They act as large loads, and allow the system to be tested under real life load conditions.

AES manufactures standard test flares with 2” gas line, or with 3” gas line. Larger flares for bigger systems are available as customer specials. All AES test flares are equipped with automatic ignition, standing pilot, and steel weather cap. Electronic Flame Safeguard and Flame Arrestors are available as options.

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Product category: Gas equipment and supply systems

Tank Trim and ESVs

New or used, LPG storage tanks must be fitted with “Trim”. These are valves and fittings, safety relief valves, excess flow valves, liquid withdrawal ports, tank level indicators and transmitters, pressure gauges, thermometers, etc. to meet the safety requirements of NFPA, and the information and convenience requirements of the operators. Emergency Shutoff Valves (ESVs) are installed between truck unload stations and the storage tanks, and in the liquid withdrawal line(s) of the tank(s). They are activated by pull-cables, or through a Nitrogen-operated pneumatic system.

The actual configuration of tank trim and ESVs depends on the particular requirements of the installation. Contact AES for more information.

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About us

Company details

From the beginning in 1974, Alternate Energy Systems (AES) has put emphasis on excellent and innovative product design and quality workmanship. The founder of the company, John E. Hallberg had spent many years designing products for other manufacturers in the industry before he set out to design and manufacture a product line that represented, "...the combination of the best ideas from over 20 years of experience..." The result was products which were truly superior to those of his competitors - very quickly giving AES the reputation of being an innovative manufacturer of quality products.

Soon, the customer list comprised a representative cross-section of Fortune 500 companies across the U.S.

Through the years, AES has constantly added new products and has further improved the design of its existing products - keeping them consistently ahead of their competition.

Several designs, including those of LPG/Air Mixing Systems have been awared national and international patents.

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