Inproheat Industries offers dynamic flare system solutions designed by John Zink Hamworthy Combustion.
Each flare system is designed for optimum efficiency, economic savings, and durability.
The primary flare systems offered by Inproheat Industries are described as follows:
This low radiation flare system offers high capacity smokeless flames, strong efficiency in combustion, and construction that specifically reduces the effect on any nearby areas.
Offers optimal low-impact and high capacity smokeless flares through the use of Steamizer XP technology. Designed to reduce noise effects, these systems also operate with a reduced level of steam (30%) versus standard methods to remove smoke.
These flare solutions remove waste gases and offer smokeless and reduced noise operations with no flames that can be seen. Existing in enclosed surroundings utilizing John Zink Hamworthy’s highly-regarded wind fence structure, these systems are optimized to meet the demands of each unique client’s application.
These low-impact structures boast powerful efficiency and streamlined versatility in how flares are handled. Advantages include demounting capabilities and simplified flare management.
Unique their class for offering the least radiation and the largest smokeless operation, these systems are designed for facilitated mounting, operate at low noise levels, and also boast a turndown capabilities that are unlimited.
These smokeless flare systems avoid high costs and do not use steam. Depending on the project needs, they integrate proprietary John Zink Hamworthy technologies and are suitable for both multi-flare and first-stage flare environments.
The innovative systems offer the minimal radiation, reduced smoke, and quiet operation that is standard for John Zink Hamworthy-designed flares, but with the added convenience of portability thereby reducing transportation costs of traditional systems.
Flare systems are most commonly used across the petrochemical and oil and gas industries, especially on applications involving plants, pipelines, refineries, and LNG projects.