Ammonia Flares: Costs, Codes, Installation and Design Consid
Ammonia Flares: Costs, Codes, Installation and Design Considerations (1990)-The main objective of this paper is to stimulate interest in a safe and environmentally acceptable method for disposing of ammonia in an industrial refrigeration system. A flare is a burner that is designed to oxodize waste gas originating from an ammonia refrigeration system during normal operation or during emergencies. The flare burner, or tip, is a waste gas disposal unit utilizing a high temperature oxidation process. Flares are an effective method of economically eliminating many types of gaseous waste streams. In most industrial refrigeration cases, the ammonia vapors are vented to the atmosphere. This approach presents two major problems: 1. Safety and 2. Environmental pollution.
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