The most cost-effective solution. Explosion vents relieve the pressure when an explosion occurs, hence the alternate name Explosion Relief Valves. Venting an explosion is a great way to stop the explosion from growing and becoming a very big problem.
When it is not possible to vent an explosion into a safe area that is not occupied by personnel or equipment, Flameless Venting is a great alternative. The flameless vent quenches the flames through a membrane meaning all that is seen is a puff of smoke.
When an explosion occurs inside a vessel, it is likely to propagate into other areas of the process through ductwork and piping. This can be prevented by using explosion isolation, as the equipment acts as a barrier to stop the explosion in its tracks.
Arguably the most effective way to stop an explosion is to suppress it instantly. Using the most up-to-date technology in the industry, our explosion suppression systems can detect a spark and release suppressants as a fast acting safety system.