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Introduce different torch types

Jan 10, 2020

We all hear relatively little torches, but everyone is familiar with oil refining and petrochemicals. These are dangerous goods, so the safety device must be done well, and the ground torch is a device installed in the safety device responsible for discharging gas or liquid. So the quality of the torch is crucial.

There are different types of torches according to different classification methods. According to whether the burner is far from the ground, it can be divided into ground torch and overhead torch, and according to the form of the torch burner, it can be divided into single-point torch and multi-burner torch.

Ground torch usually refers to closed torch but also includes ground multi-burner torch, which is mainly selected according to the amount of accidental release. The former is mainly used in chemical plants with small releases and the latter is mainly used in ethylene and natural gas with large releases. project. The components of the ground torch include all burners, igniters and their igniters and flame detectors, buoyancy or speed seals, gas-liquid separation tanks, flammable and explosive gas detectors, liquid seals, pipes, and smoke and dust elimination. In addition to the control system and radiation protection equipment, there are enclosures and gas manifolds.

Ground Torch Features

(1) The heat radiation diffused by the torch to the surroundings is small.

(2) Convenient maintenance. Except for the high closed body, the rest of the facilities are on the ground.

(3) Air pollution, light pollution and noise pollution to the surrounding environment are greatly reduced, and the safety of the torch operation is improved.

(4) The floor space is small, and the ground torch will not cause fire rain because the combustion occurs on the ground. The fire prevention distance is mainly determined based on the radiant heat calculation.