Explosion Protection with In-Line Flame Arresters

Originally delivered Feb 29, 2012
Developed by: AIChE
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Intermediate
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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This seminar educates participants on explosion protection concepts regarding in-line flame arresters. It begins by demonstrating flame arrester function with short video sequences. From there, it discusses limits of use and distinguishes between different types of arresters based on the explosion and combustion types for which they are tested. This new knowledge is applied so each participant understands how to choose the correct type of arrester based on vapor group and process conditions (e.g. temperature and pressure). Finally the webinar provides a “layer of protection” concept to assure flashback protection from incinerators and other ignition sources and demonstrates sizing of devices, taking into account various process parameters

Presenter(s): 

Dr. Michael Davies

Dr. Michael Davies is CEO of PROTEGO and has been with the company since 2001.  He attended the Technical University of Clausthal and earned his Masters Degree in chemical engineering and his Ph.D. in high temperature thermodynamics. He has more than 10 years experience in providing safety solutions to the process industry.  He is an active member of the API 2000, NFPA 69, 68 and 67 committees...Read more

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