Use a reliable system to safely release sour and waste gas during plant wide emergencies.
Flaring is an important safety process within a refinery as it safely disposes of sour and waste gas containing contaminants such as Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2).
There are several reasons flaring can occur including plant upsets, over pressuring, plant power failures, emergencies, and equipment failures.
To ensure combustion efficiency of all hydrocarbons and to reduce smoke emissions, steam is added to atomize the fuel and mix the air.
Regulatory compliance tied to emissions control and environmental protection can be difficult and often costly to achieve.
Turning such complex challenges into simple, integrated solutions that increase safety and reduce risk requires uncompromising application experience and expertise.