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Close Spacing Enclosed Combustors

Close Spacing Enclosed Combustors

How much room does an enclosed combustor take up? Traditionally flares or incinerators were the only way to eliminate stranded gas on-site, and they needed to be spaced, at a minimum, 50-meters from the wellhead or tanks.  Nowadays, producers have the luxury of an...

Flame Arrestors 101

Flame Arrestors 101

What to Know About Flame Arrestors? Backflash controls are a necessary safety device used in applications dealing with the potential for ignition of flammable gas-air mixtures (i.e. methane, propane, oxygen etc. ). These engineered control devices are installed to...

Knock Out Drum (KOD), Liquid Separation – What You Need to Know

Knock Out Drum (KOD), Liquid Separation – What You Need to Know

Every Flare, Incinerator or Combustor needs liquid separation to eliminate high energy liquids from entering the combustion device and causing a hazardous operational situation. The piece of equipment used for liquid separation, in this scenario, is commonly referred...