air assisted flare equipment available in Australasia

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    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 Air-Assist Flares Product line

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    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 Air-Assist Flares Product line

  • 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.

    By Callidus Technologies - part of UOP, a Honeywell Company based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA). from Air Assisted Flare Product line

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    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 Gas-Assist Flares Product line

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    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 Pit Flares Product line

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    AEREON - Utility Flares

    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 Utility Flares Product line

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    AEREON - Steam Assist Flares

    Steam assisted flares are flares designed to dispose of heavier hydrocarbon gases which have a tendency to smoke. In order to prevent smoke formation, steam is injected into the waste stream using peripheral steam rings, center stream spargers and/or inner induction tubes. Steam flares are used in applications where high pressure steam is ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Steam Assist Flares Product line

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    AEREON - Flame Ring Flares

    Carbon dioxide is often used in fire extinguishers and snuffing systems with the intention of effectively extinguishing flames. When CO2 gas is a large percentage of a waste gas stream, at times it proves difficult to maintain a lit flare without the use of assist gas or a properly designed flame ring. Flare Industries’ industry-proven Flame ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Flame Ring Flares Product line

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    AEREON - Model Mach-1 - Fixed Orifice Sonic Flares

    Mach-1 sonic flares are used in both onshore and offshore applications to dispose of high pressure waste gas streams with high smokeless capacities. By efficiently inducing high volumes of ambient air for more complete, smokeless combustion at sonic velocities, this advanced flaring technology allows for reduced levels of radiation and can be ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Fixed Orifice Sonic Flares Product line

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    AEREON - Model MPGF - Multi-Point Ground Flare Systems

    When ample real estate is available, multi-point ground flare (MPGF) systems are an economical approach to enclosed (hidden) and smokeless combustion of large amounts of process gas. By inducing gas through a large array of high-pressure burning points/burners, smokeless combustion can be achieved with high turndown, while concealing all radiation ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Multi-Point Ground Flare Systems Product line

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    LumaSense E²T - Model Quasar 2 M8100-EXP - Flare Monitor

    Safe flare operation and environmental protection require reliable and accurate flare pilot monitoring. Generally, flare pilots are monitored with thermocouples that often fail due to thermal shock caused by extreme heat and vibrations during flaring events. The requirement for pilot monitoring beyond the normal life of pilot thermocouples has ...

    By LumaSense Technologies, Inc. based in Santa Clara, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Flare Monitor Product line

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    AEREON - UTILITY Series Flares

    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 UTILITY Series Flares Product line

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    AEREON - Gas-Assist Flares

    Gas-assisted flares are comprised of two risers (waste gas and assist gas) and an assist gas distribution ring at the tip that provides turbulence with combustion air and waste gas at the flare tip. Upon mixing, the increased turbulence in the waste gas stream, improves combustion efficiency and smokeless performance. These flares generally ...

    By AEREON based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Gas-Assist 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

  • 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.

  • 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).

  • 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.

  • Callidus - Hemisflare

    The Callidus Hemisflare tip design is a breakthrough in modern flare technology. Through the use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling and physical testing, a new method of flare gas combustion has been created. We’ve incorporated a Coanda design with enhanced ridges that has increased the flare gas and air mixing while enabling ...

    By Callidus Technologies - part of UOP, a Honeywell Company based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA). from Hemisflare Product line

  • Flares

    The safe disposal of waste gases is an especially strong arena for Tulsa Combustion’s senior staff.  Each has decades of experience in product development, applications and trouble-shooting of flare systems.  They are individually recognized as industry experts in the field, having authored numerous technical papers, conducted ...

    By Tulsa Combustion based in Sand Springs, OKLAHOMA (USA).

  • Power Generating Combustor (PGC)

    Transforms flaring into a source of power generation and reduces emissions. Generates reliable electricity that can power an entire remote site. A superior combustor: no open orifices means no pilot-light blowout. Ultra-high destruction efficiency from forced-air blower, designed for EPA OOOO compliance. Short payback time from savings on genset ...

    By Alphabet Energy, Inc. based in Hayward, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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