Only show results in Texas? Ok

air assisted flare equipment

  • UOP Callidus - Air Assisted Flare

    The air assisted flare represents an effective alternative to traditional, steam-assisted smokeless flares. Significant advantages of the air-assisted design is a dramatic reduction in maintenance of the flare tip and lower operating costs.The continual flow of forced draft air cools the tip and prevents flame pull down in high wind conditions.

  • CAF Air Assisted Flares

    Where there is a need for smokeless combustion of low pressure, heavy waste gases but no steam is available then GBA Flare Systems CAF air assist flares can be used. CAF air assist flares use forced draft air to create turbulence and to supply the requisite primary air into the base of the flame thus achieving a clean, upright flame. For CAF air ...

    By GBA Flare Systems based in Burnham, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Air Assisted Flares

    Air assisted flares enable the smokeless combustion of low pressure waste gases. Air (or Gas) assisted flares can be used when no steam is available on site. Air assisted flares use forced draft Air or Gas to create turbulence ensuring that sufficient primary combustion air is supplied to the flame. The amount of air and hence the size of the tip ...

    By Europem N.V based in Lier, BELGIUM. from Elevated Flares & Ground Flares Product line

  • ASHCOR - Air Assist Flare

    The ASHCOR Air Assist Flare is made of a stainless steel body and is designed to withstand heavy wind and other stringent oil and gas environment conditions. Our standard Air Assist Flare can be built up to 40 feet and is Quad O and 40 CFR 60.18 compliant with a near infinite turn down. The system can handle up to 7 MMSCFD and can accommodate both ...

    By ASHCOR based in Chattanooga, TENNESSEE (USA). from Flares Product line

  • AEREON - Model Cyclone Series - Air-Assist Flares

    AEREON's Cyclone Series 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 eventually combine with the process gas, which passes through its own secondary riser and is distributed at the flare tip through a proprietary ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Standard Flares for O&G Production Product line

  • AEREON - Air-Assist Flares

    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 Custom Flares and VCUs for Onshore & Offshore Product line

  • Low Pressure Air Assist Flare

    HERO Flare is a leading supplier for providing proven Air Assist technology to achieve smokeless capacities. Low pressure air is an excellent method for smoke free combustion of heavier gas streams. The flare gas and blower air flow coaxially to the flare tip where they mix. The blower air provides a significant portion of the stoichiometric air ...

    By Hero Flare LLC based in Kellyville, OKLAHOMA (USA). from Utility Flares Product line

  • AEREON - Model Inferno Series - Gas-Assist Flares

    AEREON's Inferno Series Gas-assisted flares are flares that use an additional source of high pressure 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. The waste gas is further distributed at the flare tip through AEREON's proprietary ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Standard Flares for O&G Production Product line

  • Smitsvonk - Pilot Burner

    Ignition of waste gas from pipe flares, air and steam assisted flares and ground flares For most flare systems the pilot burner can not be accessed for service. Maintenance or replacement is not possible while the flare is in operation.To safeguard operation, Smitsvonk's pilots provide reliable ignition and stable burning even under the most ...

    By Smitsvonk Holland B.V. A member of Durag Group based in Zoetermeer, NETHERLANDS. from SMITSVONK Igniters Product line

  • PURGIT - Mobile Flares

    PURGIT designs and builds stainless steel air-assist and gas-assist mobile flares in several sizes – 2″ to 6″. Our flares can be configured with blowers, knock-out drums, and flow meters for a variety of applications and are designed to set up on site in under 30 minutes. This picture shows a 6″ gas-assisted, portable flare ...

    By Hilliard Emission Controls, Inc. / PURGIT based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • AEREON - Pit Flares

    Pit Flares are generally selected and designed in order to combust a mixture of vapor and liquid from a single source. While most often designed to operate non-smokelessly, through use of Flare Industries’ various Pit Flare technologies, smokeless operation can often be achieved. The flare pit (or “Burn Pit”) is usually ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Custom Flares and VCUs for Onshore & Offshore Product line

  • Combustion Research Associates - Sonic Utility Flares

    Utility Flares are the simplest and most economical type of flaring systems that work well in applications that don't require smokeless burning or where smokeless burning is attained without assistance from air, steam or gas. We also manufacture low flow flares and sonic flares with high-pressure tips to reduce emissions and provide cost effective ...

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

  • ITAS - Demountable Flares

    Demountable flares are used when locating several flares in a limited available plot plan is critical, while limiting plant shut-down costs for maintenance. From design, engineering, fabrication, supervision and training, Fives offers up to 200 meters demountable flares systems.

    By Fives I.T.A.S. s.p.a. based in Monza, ITALY.

  • High Pressure Air or Gas Flare

    When steam or electric is not available on-site, our high pressure gas assist or air assist technologies are viable options to achieve smokeless capacity.  This technology can also be used to retrofit an existing flare stack that is experiencing smoke formation and outside of the environmental compliance regulations.

    By Hero Flare LLC based in Kellyville, OKLAHOMA (USA). from High Pressure Flare Product line

  • Steam Assisted Flares Systems

    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 ...

    By Europem N.V based in Lier, BELGIUM. from Elevated Flares & Ground Flares Product line

  • Tornado - Flare Systems

    A flare stack refers to an elevated vertical stack used for burning off unusable waste gas in a variety of oil and gas production applications. Waste gases are either uneconomical to recover/retain, or released during planned or unplanned over-pressuring of plant equipment. Waste gases are released to the flare via piping (flare header) and burned ...

    By Tornado Combustion Technologies based in MD of Rocky View, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Flare Systems Product line

  • AEREON - Model Utility Series - Flare Systems

    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 (I.e. For burning of lighter gases). Utility flares therefore, do not require auxiliary gas ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Standard Flares for O&G Production Product line

  • Open/Elevated Flare System

    MRW Designs and manufactures the following elevated flare systems for all sizes and compositions of waste gas.

    By MRW Technologies, Inc. based in Glenpool, OKLAHOMA (USA).

  • Gasco - Flares

    Flares, also known as gas flares and flare stacks, are a gas combustion device used in industrial plants such as petroleum refineries, chemical plants, and natural gas processing plants as well as at oil or gas production sites having oil wells, gas wells, offshore oil and gas rigs and landfills. Gasco, along with our technology partner, has ...

    By Gasco Pty Ltd. based in Melbourne, AUSTRALIA.

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you