To prevent a possible fatal escalation in a fire emergency situation, it is essential to remove hydrocarbons to reduce stress in pipes and vessels.
Optimised handling of fire emergency situations
Effective removal of hydrocarbons is achieved by fully utilising the flare capacity together with optimal setup of individual installation segments.
The underlying analyses involve detailed studies of the flare system capacity limitations and depressurisation progress/sequence.
The deliveries which are based on process and thermodynamic models are:
- Recommodations for optimised use of passive fire protection (PFP)
- Recommodations for change of blow down orifice/valves to fully utilise flare capacity
- Detailed reports supporting our recommendations
Our aims are:
- Optimised utilisation of flare capacity
- Reduced use of passive fire protection (PFP) while maintaining and improving the safety
There are several benefits and it is worth mentioning:
- Increased safety
- Minimised usage of passive fire protection (PFP)
- Reduced weight and cost
- Ease of inspection and maintenance
- Reduced risk of corrosion
- Reduced risk of leakage
Some of our software tools include:
- Flare System Analyzer (FlareNet)