Explosion Damping

Explosion Damping

Chemical suppression systems are active explosion suppression systems designed to protect relevant process equipment from the hazards of dust and gas explosions.

Explosion Damping

Chemical explosion suppression systems are active explosion suppression systems designed to protect process equipment from the hazards of dust and gas explosions. The basic operation of this system can be defined as detecting the pressure increase that occurs in the initial phase of an explosion, whereupon an extinguishing agent is quickly injected and evenly distributed in the enclosed volume to be protected.

A chemical suppression system, also known as a chemical suppression system, consists of a control unit, high velocity discharge (HRD) tubes, pressure and/or optical detectors. When a flash or flare occurs, the pressure in the enclosed volume begins to rise rapidly. The pressure detector in the system detects the rate of pressure rise over a period of time and activates the high velocity discharge (HRD) tubes to discharge. When the HRD tubes are activated, the system discharges the chemical in the tubes into the closed volume, which must be protected so that the pressure in the closed volume does not continue to rise. This reduces the pressure, dampens the spark and prevents detonation.

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Explosion Damping Description

Chemical suppression systems are effective explosion protection systems that have been specially developed to protect industrial process plants from dust and gas explosions. The basic function of these systems is to detect the first signs of an explosion and to minimise the effects of the explosion by intervening quickly.

The system consists of a control unit, high velocity discharge tubes (HRD), pressure detectors and/or optical sensors. In the event of an explosion or flare, the pressure in a closed volume rises rapidly. The pressure detector recognises the speed of the pressure increase over a certain period of time and activates the high velocity discharge tubes. When the HRD tubes are activated, the system rapidly discharges the chemical in the tubes into the enclosed volume to be protected. This reduces the pressure, dampens sparking and prevents an explosion.

Chemical suppression systems maximise occupational safety standards by protecting employees and equipment from explosion risks in industrial plants. At the same time, they offer an environmentally friendly solution and prevent serious damage that can be caused by an explosion. Combining safety and performance, these systems provide an essential solution for industrial organisations.

Explosion Damping Areas of Use

Chemical industry: Chemical production plants can use chemical damping systems to protect against the risk of explosion.

Petrochemicals: Oil refineries and petrochemical plants require such systems to prevent explosions.

Energy generation: Power plants, natural gas plants and other energy generation plants can use chemical damping systems to protect against explosion hazards.

Food and beverages: Food processing plants and beverage production facilities can use these systems to reduce the risk of explosion.

Pharmaceuticals: Pharmaceutical production plants can use chemical quenching systems to ensure safety in sensitive processes.

Automotive industry: The automotive industry can use such systems to prevent the risk of explosion during processes such as painting and coating.

Metal processing: Chemical suppression systems can be used in metal processing plants, especially in areas where there is a risk of dust explosion.

Textile and leather: Textile and leather processing companies with a risk of explosion can use these systems for safety purposes.

Paper and pulp: Paper production plants can use chemical damping systems to reduce the risk of explosion.

Explosion Damping Advantages

Explosion protection: In principle, chemical damping systems minimise the risk of explosion and protect personnel and equipment in industrial plants.

Fast response time: The system is activated quickly when signs of an explosion are detected and minimises the effects of the explosion.

Flexible design: Chemical damping systems can be flexibly designed to suit different industrial processes and environments.

Environmentally friendly: The systems control the explosion by using environmentally friendly chemical fire extinguishers and do not harm the environment.

Human safety: It is an important safety measure for the safety of personnel working in industrial plants where there is a risk of explosion.

Equipment protection: Chemical damping systems help to protect expensive equipment from explosion damage.

Cost-effective: It is a cost-effective solution as it reduces material losses and production interruptions that can occur in explosion situations.

Customisability: The systems can be adapted to different industries and processes, offering a wide range of possible applications.

Compliance with industry standards: Chemical damping systems are generally developed and tested in accordance with industrial safety standards.

Easy integration: These systems can be easily integrated into existing industrial plants, minimising installation processes.

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