Flares and combustion systems

Conventional Flare

This unit is capable of burning gas coming from two or three different lines, for example from a first stage separator and from the safety valve discharge line. Vertical tubes are composed of multiple sections with different diameters and lengths.

Special Gas Burner

Ability to handle multiple gas streams simultaneously on one unit: for example high pressure flow from first stage separator and low pressure flow from second stage separator.

Low noise emission.

No smoke or soot or visible flame.

Efficient and optimal dispersion of SO2.

Low temperature at ground level.

This apparatus consists of two separate furnaces with multiple nozzles. This arrangement allows to choose the optimum configuration to burn from 4’000 up to 40’000 Sm3/day of gas for each furnace, with temperatures exceeding 900 °C for 2 seconds.

Flame Arrestor

This equipment, installed on the recovery gas line from tankers or in very low pressure gas lines, is made to stop possible backfires in the system. The flame arrestor is made up of two sections, each one with two 8” flame arrestor bodies, installed in parallel.

Liquid Seal

This unit is installed upstream of the flare on the low pressure gas line, to avoid backfire inside equipment operating at atmospheric operating pressure (such as tanks, tanker loading systems, etc.) using a water barrier contained in the equipment tank.

Indirect Heater

This equipment is made to warm up fluids coming from the well upstream or downstream the choke manifold. It consists of a coil installed inside a closed vessel containing water or another liquid, heated by a multi-fuel burner. Coils are connected via an intermediate adjustable choke.

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