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Flare Gas Recovery (Flares) equipment

  • John Zink - Flare Gas Recovery Systems

    Pollution control with valuable payback. John Zink designs advanced flare gas recovery systems that enable facilities requiring flare systems to achieve the benefits of near-zero flaring. Flare gas recovery can result in near 100 percent reduction of normal flaring, limiting flare operation to emergency releases and scheduled maintenance. Captured ...

    By John Zink Company, LLC based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA). from Refining Product line

  • UOP Callidus - Flare Gas Recovery (FGR) Unit

    UOP Callidus Flare Gas Recovery (FGR) technology offers you an easy way to address growing environmental, commercial and public relations concerns regarding flaring and flare emissions. FGR technology gives your facility the ability to “recycle” flare gas. The system provides a direct reduction in emissions. In addition to ...

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    AEREON - Gas-Assist Flares for the Shale Play

    Gas-assisted flares are flares that use an additional source of fast-moving gas at the flare tip to mix with the waste gas and create additional turbulence to ensure adequate mixing with air, which in turn provides for smokeless combustion. Typically utilized when you have a readily available source of natural gas, and a preference to not use a ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Flares for the Shale Play Product line

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    AEREON - Utility Flares for the Shale Play

    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 ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Flares for the Shale Play Product line

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    AEREON - Air-Assist Flares for the Shale Play

    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 ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Flares for the Shale Play Product line

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    Sentinel Small Well Pad Flare

    Developed specifically to address the needs of smaller well-pad sites, the Sentinel VariMach Flare provides high throughput in a small package, maintaining smokeless combustion at all flows without the need for assist air or gas. It meets all Quad O and 40 CFR 60.18 requirements, and comes standard in a tandem LP/HP configuaration with a fixed ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Flares for the Shale Play Product line

  • PRM - Utility Enclosed Flares Systems

    PRM Flare Systems are used for controlling Methane (CH4) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2), as by-products of Landfill Bio-degradation. PRM specializes in designing and manufacturing flares for landfill applications up to 10000 SCFM with destruction rates of up to 98% efficiency. Other markets include waste-water and agricultural applications.

    By Product Recovery Management (PRM) based in Butner, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Landfill Gas Equipment Product line

  • Flares With Integrated Heat Recovery System

    The task of flares is the environmentally sound combustion of excess gases. The operational circumstances often put limitations to the utilization of the energy released. It is desirable to use this excess energy in order to avoid the negative image of 'energy destruction'.

    By C-deg environmental engineering GmbH based in Kiel, GERMANY.

  • C-nox - Fire Box

    Conventional heat exchangers can only be used within limitations on account of their material properties at high temperatures. For this reason, only a small part of the heat from the flame can be used for the pre-heating of the raw gas. The patented recuperative combustion chamber from C-nox (patent no.: 10 2012 023 257) improves the heat recovery ...

    By C-nox GmbH & Co. KG based in Neum√ľnster, GERMANY. from High-Temperature Flares Product line

  • Enclosed Gas Flares

    HiTemp Technology has developed a system that mixes the methane stream with sufficient combustion air to maintain a consistent temperature that assures maximum destruction of any methane present in the exhaust gas. A standard system includes: Waste gas burner, flame arrestor, combustion air blower (VFD), waste gas ID blower (VFD), water separation ...

    By HiTemp Technology Corporation based in Ringoes, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • BORSIG - Propylene Recovery Unit

    During the production of polypropylene (PP) one typical process step is the degassing of PP resin in the resin bin in order to purge out non-reacted propylene monomer. Typically nitrogen is used and continuous purge streams containing substantial content of monomer have to process to minimise the loss of profit and the required flare gas ...

    By BORSIG Membrane Technology GmbH based in Gladbeck, GERMANY. from Membrane Units for Product Recovery Product line

  • Flares-to-Credit Process

    Through compression of marketable waste gases otherwise flared in the oil and gas sectors and converted to carbon credits. It is the process for recovering Waste Gas Feed for no-flares from enchantment oil recovery or from industry waste gases.

    By Greenhouse Gas Separation Systems Inc. (GGSSI) based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Flare Header Back-Pressure Control

    Flare Gas Recovery requires a back-pressure control device to isolate the flare from the flare header. This device must be fail-safe to allow a clear flow path of relieved gas to the flare during and emergency release. John Zink Hamworthy Combustion offers two proven technologies for this critical back-pressure control:

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

  • Kobelco - Oil-Free Screw Gas Compressors

    Kobelco oil-free screw gas compressors are designed to satisfy the latest API 619 (rotary-type positive displacement compressors for petroleum, chemical and gas industry services) requirements for service in heavy and continuous duties. They are intended to deliver years of continuous, uninterrupted operation. Oil-free screw gas compressors are ...

    By Kobelco based in Tokyo, JAPAN.


    Combustion Research Associates designs & manufactures knockout drums which remove any liquid droplets that carry over with the gas relief sent to a flare or any other gas utilization or recovery system. It is designed to remove oil/liquid/other suspensions to maximum achievable level as per the site conditions.

    By Combustion Research Associates based in Noida (New Delhi-NCR), INDIA.

  • Knockout Drums

    Knockout Drums are used to efficiently remove liquid droplets or mist from relief gas streams.  The knockout drum slows down gases and allow liquids to fallout of the gas stream.  Both horizontal and vertical design are common configuration for knockout drums.  These vessels can commonly be referred to as flare knockout drums, flare ...

    By Waterford Tank & Fabrication, Ltd based in Beverly, OHIO (USA). from Pressure Vessels Product line

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