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Multi-Point Ground Flare (MPGF) Systems

by AEREON     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

When real estate is available, multi-point ground flare (MPGF) systems are an economical approach to smokeless combustion of large amounts of process gas. By inducing air to a large array of high-pressure burning points, smokeless combustion can be achieved with high turndown, while concealing all radiation within walls. MPGF systems provide ...

Near Zero Flare Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP     based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA)

Principle: A combination of tangential, centrifugal and gravitational forces resulting in far more effective and superior separation of multiple fluid phases - supersonic, sonic and subsonic velocities.

Steam Assisted Flares Systems

by Europem N.V     based in Lier, BELGIUM

Since the 1980’s, key staff of Europem have been responsible for the design, fabrication, installation, commissioning and maintenance of numerous flare systems including some of the most stringent and demanding applications.Europem’s extensive experience in flare design has resulted in a comprehensive range of elevated and ground flare ...

Biogas Technology - Gas Venting and Flaring Systems

by Biogas Technology Limited     based in Sawtry, UNITED KINGDOM

Our Gas Venting and Flaring systems include electric and diesel driven systems, and range from low cost basic units for economic temporary migration control, to high specification systems equipped for automatic operation and pumping trials. Each is available with a wide range of optional equipment to ensure the system will meet your individual ...

ECC - High Pressure Flaring Systems

by ClearSign Combustion Corporation     based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA)

All refineries and petrochemical plants have flares as a safety device. During plant start-up, or when an unexpected situation arises causing a buildup of pressurized hydrocarbon gases, the excess gas is vented through a pipe to a centralized location on the refinery grounds. There are many such sources of high-pressure gas in a plant, and for ...

John Zink - Clean Flare Systems

by John Zink Company, LLC     based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Solving complex problems for global industries is nothing new for John Zink. Over the years, we’ve led the advancement of flare design and clean flare technologies for upstream, downstream, and biogas flare industries, transforming yesterday’s fired equipment into sophisticated, low-emissions systems.

Air-Assist Flares

by AEREON     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Air assisted flares are comprised of two risers (waste gas and air) and a blower system that provides supplemental combustion air. Air is fed by the blower into the air riser, to combine with the process gas, which passes through its own secondary riser. Upon mixing, the high-pressure air flow causes turbulence in the waste gas stream, improving ...

Flame Ring Flares

by AEREON     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Carbon dioxide is often used in fire extinguishers and snuffing systems with the intention of effectively extinguishing flames. When CO2 gas is a large percentage of a waste gas stream, at times it proves difficult to maintain a lit flare without the use of assist gas or a properly designed flame ring. Flare Industries’ industry-proven Flame ...

Utility Flares

by AEREON     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Utility flares are one of the most common and basic flare systems. Utility flares are employed in applications which do not require smokeless burning or in applications where smokeless flaring can be achieved without the use of an additional assist medium. Utility flares therefore, do not require auxiliary gas streams such as steam or air; two ...

Vapor Combustion Unit (VCU)

by AEREON     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

As an alternative to recovery, hydrocarbon vapors may be destroyed in a flare, combustor or a thermal oxidizer. For many applications, a device known as a combustor can be successfully used as a safe and economical method of controlling vapors from the handling, storage or loading of volatile liquid hydrocarbons or ethanol when recovery of the ...

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