Explosion protection systems are commonly used to protect pharmaceutical production plants, chemical plants and refineries, bulk material processing plants, and other hazardous media. This system is very important because a static spark can cause a dust explosion in a confined space with the accumulation of fugitive dust.
In general, dust explosions occur during the spraying, processing, transportation, and storage of various materials, such as corn, aluminum, grain, cellulose, corn, flour, and other solid materials with a fine texture such as flour. If you want to install an explosion protection system, visit coopatex.co.uk/explosion-venting.
Every year, explosive accidents cause billions of dollars in financial losses and the deaths of hundreds of people around the world. However, many of these explosion incidents can be prevented with a suppression system.
Explosion suppression systems not only reduce the likelihood of damage to equipment and facilities but also reduce the risk of worker injury or death.
Ventilation is one of the most popular explosion prevention solutions. However, it is highly recommended that ventilation be used in conjunction with an explosion suppression system for maximum protection. Here are some of the many benefits of an explosion suppression system:
1) Prevent or reduce fire damage by extinguishing fires on facilities and/or equipment.
2) Prevent secondary explosion and accumulation under pressure.
3) Retaining valuable or toxic materials in technological devices.
4) Enabling other protection systems by integrating with process control.
5) Offers great flexibility in terms of the fire protection strategy.