Explosion protection systems are specifically developed to analyze and detect any future explosion in a running machine, then this system develops a resisting blockade that minimizes the risk of explosion, and fire threat to other interconnected vessels. Such types of explosions are a huge threat to other interconnected vessels that are even more dangerous than explosions caused by the single ignition of the vessel. At industrial fire prevention company, we provide services to reduce such expanded explosions with the help of explosion isolation systems. As they are an important part of cutting the explosion risk from all over the explosion protection system.
An explosion isolation system cannot be applied to every other vessel in use, it is rather applied to the vessels that are protected by containment, venting systems, or suppression.
The three types of explosion isolation systems are:
These systems react very quickly towards the over pressurization of the vessel and protect it by pressure detection and suppression systems. Usually, these systems are engineered with the compliance of complementary and prudent safety systems.
Venting helps to release the overpressure into the atmosphere that can cause an explosion. A frangible panel or membrane is installed into the top or side of the running plant equipment. Venting is proven to be the safest explosion protection strategy and can be applied anywhere. It has been the most used and cost-effective strategy for many years. There are certain circumstances where venting has failed and explosion suppression is the only practical option. The main goal of the venting is to release the over-pressure before the vessel is harmed, burnt. A vent releases the un-burnt specks of dust and vapors into the atmosphere.
There are several explosion protection engineering companies in the USA. But, Industrial Fire Prevention Inc. uses engineered solutions and products to ensure safety of industrial processes. We have our expertise in preventing fires and explosions and protecting the customer by focusing on all four systems of protection with products, services, and solutions we represent or partner with. We provide explosion protection systems in the Southeast United States, and primarily in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.
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